"I had this car brand new since 2004. Driving it 20% city, 80% freeway, I average 28 miles per gallon. Driving Solid freeway, set my cruise control to 68 miles, I get 33 to 34 miles per gallon. Distance to empty will go approximately 444 miles in a tank full of gas. Just did the regular maintenance according to the service manual , and this one goes forever. No leaks or any problems at all. It drives like brand new since the first day I got it. Very impressive. Engine is a 2.4 liter in a 4 speed automatic. Paint is still immaculate with no fading as well as the interior. Dependable, durable and long lasting car on the road"
"We bought this car in the fall of 2004. Zero problems in almost 11 years. Still drives like new. We have been very careful about routine maintenance. Like oil changes etc. I'm getting tired of it, but see no reason to get rid of a perfectly reliable vehicle."
"I bought my 2006 Camry with 80,000 miles and I currently have 222,000 on it. I have replaced the alternator, battery, tires, front brakes and a wheel bearing - oh, and wiper blades. This car has been amazing. The A/C is piping cold and the trunk is huge. I changed the oil every 6,000 miles - The 3,000 oil change is for oil companies to make money. I had to have the cabin filter changed once and it improves the cabin air flow (the filter is located through the glove box)."
"I couldn't be more satisfied with an automobile than I've been with my 2005 Toyota Camry. On all the things I value most, namely safety, quality & reliability, style, gas mileage, comfort and resale value, I've been most satisfied with this car. In the 10 years I owned it, nearly all of the service needs have been for regular maintenance and normal replacement items, (tires, etc). After 124,000 miles, it still looks and drives like when it was new."