"248,800mi still amazing. CV joint repair and timing belt have been the only 2 major repairs totalling less than $1200 - AC is busted but it's only a luxury. Got this car 7 years ago with a used Collector Edition package meaning Lexus Paint, Faux Wood trim, leather interior, and nice wheels. Even with all the bonus-stuff it's still a cubby-styled camry. V6 has lots of power (~180hp) and still moves quick on the highway. Squishy suspension makes for smooth rides. Totally large enough for 4 (six foot) adults. Gets 30mpg when driving mostly highway. I'd buy this car again and again!"
"We bought our 96 Camry in 98. 150,000 miles, ice cold air, 35.2 mpg at 70 mph, outstanding comfort. The only repair was right front axle (cv boot came apart). She looks new and will be with us for years to come. Word to the wise change water pump when you change timing belt. If your mechanic is worth his salt he will do it for the price of the water pump. Would buy a new one but why?"
"My 1995 Toyota Camry has been the best car ive ever owned nothing really went wrong with my car until 12 years down the road and it was only standard replacement of the rubber parts and the cost of maintaining this vehicle has been very inexpensive."