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2007 Toyota Camry - Consumer Opinions

 

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We have scoured the web for consumer reviews of this car and found the best ones for you to read. Found 337 reviews. This list is displayed in ranked order based the reviews we think are the best.
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#1
Fun to drive
Source: Cars.com

..."I love this car, its very fun to drive. The pick up is great, and the ride is very comfortable. The original stereo is also very powerful. I would recomend it to everyone."...

#2
HONDA DOES NOT DISAPPOINT
Source: MSN Autos

...we needed better gas mileage,and this car has delivered.We researched the fit,civic,versus,yaris,corolla,and camry.This car was a great deal,under 20 k and fully loaded leftover. BUY ONE Cons: Stereo could use a little more umph,I like it loud. EX-L should come equipped with auto-dimmer rearview mirror,and darker tinted windows,passenger seat should mirror drivers seat(power). Small things in the big picture. Overall: I love this car,great gas mileage,very comfortable,and a joy to drive.I am sure if I drove a little less agressively,I could raise the mpg to 35 or better.I'll have to wait to...

#3
The best car on the road.
Source: Cars.com

..."My Camry has 158,000 miles and still runs like a new car. It was worth every penny I spent for it. I will keep this car forever. 100% reliable never any problems."...

#4
Toyotas Rule
Source: Cars.com

..."Never been disappointed by any of the Toyotas I've owned.
This is no exception. Excellent car. Plenty of power, lots of room for two child seats, huge trunk, 4 wheel disc brakes are great. Well refined vehicle, first class all the way."...

#5
Like 2007 model only with no payments.
Source: Cars.com

...My family members hated the fact that I would get where ever they went with their 250 - 450 $ payment cars. This one currently has 160,000 mile and still running smooth. Gas actually isn't that bad compared to the 4cyl, but I drive mostly highway. I am not a sales man but have family all over and love to travel so maybe 40% of the miles were high way but rest regular driving. Oh yeah suspension may need over haul eventually but that engine just keeps ticking. So if your looking for a cheap reliable vehicle purchase this car and put about 1500 - 2000 in it and I can almost guarantee you will...

#6
Great car
Source: MSN Autos

...Nimble handling and performance with 30 MPG in all around driving in Central NJ and NYC. Seating is comfortable especially with the lumbar support - just took a 3 hour trip and it really helped. Cons: Less roomy than some of the other cars in class. Leather seating is not vented like in new Ford Taurus or Camry SE models. Overall: Great car - 4 cyl engine performs as well as some of the 6 cyl engines in class. Certainly as well as the Camry 6 cyl with the 6 speed auto that I test drove. Typically, quiet enough cabin for listening to radio/CD player at civilized volume level...

#7
Will be missed.
Source: Cars.com

..."Great car and I am so thankful to have owned it! Longest I have ever had a car.
I got over 30 mpg on the highway one time. I have no complaints, I just wish I could drive it forever. Never did any work on it except for the usual wear and tear."...

#8
Second times a charm...
Source: Cars.com

..."I had a Ford Taurus as my first car and soon after it was to be an old car.
My taurus broke down after about three months of having it which was a major disaster to me.
Since, I am a student, I did not have much money to look for another car.
I finally bought my Toyota Camry and it was the best decision I have made.
This car has been through a lot of accidents and only has minor blemishes to show for it. I recently just got the tires replaced and a tune up and plan to keep it for another year."...

#9
Camry is a good car!!!
Source: Cars.com

..."Have had my 2006 Camry one year and a pleasure to drive every day with no problems. 38 MPG with the 4 cylinder and smooth as silk on the road. My 4th Camry and the best one yet."...

#10
Seat comfort is my ONLY complaint!
Source: Cars.com

..."The Camry LE vehicle is #1 in all categories, except comfort.
The seats are made for short, small people. I am a tall woman (5'7''), with long arms and long legs. The seats are short on length for my legs and on a long ride can become uncomfortable."...


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