1991 Toyota Camry

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1991 Toyota Camry

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By Mark on November 12 @ 3:00 am
Great Car
I purchased my V6 Camry DX brand new in 1991. It has 135,000 miles. There were absolutely no problems. The engine runs like it was new. It is very low maintenance and I'm very happy with it.

By AGG on October 8 @ 3:00 am
1991 CAMRY
I bought this car new in December 1990. Have only done oil changes. Although the radio died after 5 years Toyota replaced for free. Gret air conditioning system, great mileage. I have 2 kids so the interior has taken a beating. It's just now starting to show some exterior wear. I never thought I would have a car for 11 years with minimal maintenance.

By Viv DSouza on October 16 @ 11:00 am
Viv's car
Excellent trouble free car, though being a 4 cylinder vehicle, it does not seem to have the pickup power one would want, especially in city driving. The vehicle has also been excellent when driving on snow and ice-covered roads. Layout of the car is excellent, finishes are great. No complaint from this driver after 11 years. Expected to keep the car forever, but had to relocate outside the country. Great car and a tribute to Toyota's engineering and attention to detail.

By Gp on November 10 @ 11:00 am
Problem Car
I bought this as my first car, and had nothing but problems. It has 86K when i bought it for $4k. Since then i've put 20k miles on it and $6k in repairs. I still can't get my tail lights to work, no matter how many people look at it, and my engine is slower the a horse and buggy. This car has problems.

By ww on April 15 @ 11:00 am
used car
excellent car ! never has problem!

By armensr on February 21 @ 11:00 am
wonderful car
Bought this car for my mother. She loved it. My daughter took it over after my mother passed away and she loves it. Only normal care needed, oil,tires, etc. A great no-problem car!

By JDWarns on July 27 @ 11:00 am
unbelievably reliable
I bought this car with 165k on it and one week later took it on a non-stop 16h road trip.The following year I took another road trip(7hrs each way)with no problems either way.I also made about 5 trips(3.5hrs each way)in one summer with no problems.Has full power,cruise control,air conditioning.not bad for a '91.Basically,I've had this car for over a year,put 20k miles on it,and haven't put a penny into it mechanically. All I needed was new tires.Sure it's nothing pretty to look at and you aren't going to beat anyone off the line with it,but it's an awesome car to get you where you need to go and after all,that's what cars were built for.

By gritta on July 9 @ 11:00 am
Well worth it
I bought this car in summer of 2000 as my first car (thanks to parents) and other than regular maintenance have not put a penny into it. It doesnt have the power i like, but it handles nice, is comfortable in my multiple hour drives and is always dependable. Would definetly buy another toyota.

By dog on January 14 @ 11:00 am
GREAT BUY
This is a Great car, Its easy to handle. good peformance. In a car accident, the other car that hit me, got wreck and totaled, while i only suffered a crack bumper. Which shows how durable a 91 camry is. Amazing car

By Matt H on October 17 @ 11:00 am
Wonderfully reliable
I bought this car for $2500 with 135,000 miles on it. I intended to use it twice a week to drive to a bad area and avoid using my new car (2001 Nissan Maxima). Due to the cost savings on gas and depreciation I started driving this Camry more then the Maxima and ended up selling the new Maxima. My Camry now has 157000, yes 22,000 in 8 months, and not a single problem. I do not think this car will ever die

By Sullie on April 17 @ 11:00 am
1991 Camry 200k and still going strong!
People don't know what a reliable car is unless they've owned a Toyota. We have put over 200k trouble free miles on it. I replaced the original exhaust 6 months ago. I consistently get over 35 mpg on the little four cylinder. It's a bit underpowered but the fuel economy is wonderful. I drive 20k miles per year, that's about 400 miles a week. I recently put a newer model toyota cd player that makes the drive even better! I love this car but with the rust, I figure I've only got a year or two left. Pity, since it still runs so well. Lovely car though - outstanding - perfect for college kids.

By Spencer on March 30 @ 11:00 am
Camry
Outstanding vehicle overall. Would buy another, and probably will if I can ever wear this one out.

By jab7092 on August 15 @ 11:00 am
Great Car
I've had the car for 2 and a half years and have had no problems at all. I've put about 12,000 miles a year on the car, get great gas milage, and have only had to do minor things like brakes and oil changes.

By toyota fan on March 20 @ 11:00 am
the best.
Bought the car three years ago and put 100,000 miles on it since. I beat on the car and have only had replaced the trany and minor maintenance parts. They're impossible to kill and they get good gas mileage. They're also better than any 4-wheel drive vehicle in the snow with the right tires. Also very smooth at highways speeds.

By Smoothb on June 2 @ 3:00 am
Great Car
I bought this car 3 years ago with 100,000 miles and I have put 57,000 miles on it. I have gone to Florida (from michigan) New York and Chicago at least 6 times and drive it daily and have not had one, not one problem. I had to get a new exhaust and now I need new tires, but other then that nothing. It is truly amazing. I agree with others that I have driven this car hard and it just won't stop. Not much to look at and not fast at all, but will get you where you are going safe and sound. Runs great on the highway too. I keep test driving new cars and wind up saying, mine is as good as that. Highly recommended.

By srp62040 on August 16 @ 3:00 am
Its a great car
I bought this car 3 months ago at a used car dealership. I didnt really like the body style because of hail damage. But I liked that it had a v6 engine. And that it has good gas mileage. Plus it is really dependable. I recently bought new tires and a new exaust plus now buying a new starter. Other then that it gets me to point A to point B. Plus I am a college student so my insurance is really low. This car is a great car.

By dr dave on June 6 @ 3:00 am
Camry dx
this car is great, i bought it with 65,000 miles on it, and right now have it at about 95,000. i havent had any mechanical problems(toyota quality in action), i get about 25 mpg city, and 30 hwy. i drive fast, and reguardless of what people say about the 4 banger being slow, its not that bad, jsut really bad off the line, and on automatic trany, there is an ect button, which is what they place on the new celicas, basically its a built in performance chip. this car is also great in winter(goes better in snow then my dads f150 4x4), and makes a great first car or for somebody that commutes long distances.

By zamboni_joe on May 10 @ 3:00 am
Best car made by human hands
At 137,000 miles, I've replaced the starter and changed the oil. Still lots of life left and fun to drive. It's not the most stolen vehicle in the U.S. for nuthin'!!

By Mike Fio on April 19 @ 3:00 am
218,700 miles and runs like a charm
I have had this car since it was new. The only parts that went bad on it were the clutch, and rear struts. I just replaced them last month. Sure the car isnt a preformance god, but it makes it up a hill, so it is all good to me. If you get it maintained at the dealership, then u should be just fine. Overall this is a GREAT car to have. My car has 218,700 miles and starts everyday and runs great with out burning oil.

By mhp7f on June 1 @ 3:00 am
Best Little Toyota
This has been a great dependable car. The car was always serviced at the appropriate time. It gets great gas mileage. The 5-speed manual transmission makes the car fun to drive.

By keysersoze on July 22 @ 11:00 am
The Beast
Overall, great car! Sure I've replaced the clutch last year, along with a radiator, but you can't kill it. Great gas mileage. Like driving a cadillac on the highway. Lots of room. Handles well.

By YoMan on August 23 @ 11:00 am
Good, indeed its not american
I've always trusted Japanese cars, they are economical, and older models are always cheap, and reliable.

By AWFQAA on February 13 @ 11:00 am
Quality
I needed a second car fast. I was gonna buy new, but then thought I mostly leave the car by the subway and go to work. So this Toyota Camry DX came along. It's not roomy inside, nor does it have great pick-up. Nothing inside the car is layed out for your convenience except the steering wheel and mirrors. It's not the best looking car inside or out. You may say it's fugly, however, it is FUN to drive. For a 12 yr old car it handles very well, I may say it rides like new and has a fair amount of trunk space and there are plenty of seat adjustements. If you can get past the retro late 80's early 90's styling, you'll enjoy it.

By Vin_Subram on October 5 @ 11:00 am
Olde Timer but Reliable
I've been driving this car since I bought it more than twelve years ago. Its been through so much I don't have the heart to let it go. I bought the LE model with power windows, locks and mirror along with a power moonroof. Its going to be passed down to my son. I'm a mechanic by trade so the car is in fine condition. In fact there is hardly any rust on this car. I've had to replace the Transmission but that was because my wife doesn't know how to accelerate smoothly and its had some minor engine work done.

By Ted Ast on March 7 @ 11:00 am
Toyota dependability
If you are looking for a very reliable car that gets great gas mileage this is the car for you. I have 153,000 miles on this car and it is still going. I hope to get about 5 more years out of this car. I don't see any reason not to.

By rustynail on February 7 @ 11:00 am
Cool Camry
My Camry is the best car i have ever owned, it is so reliably. My Camry has 148,000 miles on it, and i think it will go for another 148,000 miles!

By Kimi24 on May 11 @ 3:00 am
Strange Performance
I bought this car a year and a half ago. Since then, I have put so much money into it trying to solve a very strange intermitting problem. This car will stall at stops for no apparent reason. It will then run very sluggish that day to the point where I have to ride my clutch very heavily to get it to go. The next day, or maybe even a couple of hours later, it will run perfectly fine...like there was nothing wrong with it. I have had this car in the shop every two weeks with this problem. None of the 3 mechanics (includes the dealer) can figure out what's wrong with it.

By Camry Owner on October 1 @ 3:00 am
Outstanding!
This car is unbeliveable. My parents started with it, and drove back and forth to work (totaling 130 miles). I now own it, and it has 341,000 miles, and still going strong. I just replaced the original muffler 2 years ago (2001). This car is a great car, which resulted in us buying a 2004 camry.

By Joshua Reed on February 26 @ 11:00 am
Toyota Quality?
I've really have some problems with it. For one, this car is designed for small people, and at 6'1" 235, i don't fall into that category. The body roll is lugubirous and i've had a lot of problems with shorts in the electrical system. But the real kicker is the fact the auto transmission is horrible. First, it had a tendency to drop into 1st if i tried to accelerate too hard on the highway, redlining the engine and lowering my speed by about 10 mi/hr. Then, just recently, it's been randomly going into 3rd at about 10 mi/hr, leaving me stranded with no torque to speak of.

By W. Smith on May 21 @ 11:00 am
Pleased Owner
Car has been an 11 year pleasure.

By Tim 10000 on March 18 @ 11:00 am
Nice car
A hand-me-down. Engine rebuilt at 140000, and runs like a kitten. Rest of car is just starting to get old. Damn fine car for 1991, but is starting to show it's age in terms of interior acoutrements. Engine performance is excellent and the V6 puts a smile on my face during passing. Been told by the dealership that the trannys have problems around 150K, but ours is still holding in there. First generation ABS also leaves a lot to be desired. Interior panels have become very brittle and are breaking off by themselves. If you see one and it's in decent condition, I would recommend this car despite a couple gripes.

By Judene Behrens on April 2 @ 11:00 am
The Car that will not die!
This is definelty the most reliable car that I have ever owned. It had high mileage on it when I bought. He had 70,000 miles. I've put radiators and breaks and things, but nevertheless is an excellent car in everyway.

By Shard on November 28 @ 11:00 am
The V21 Chassis
This car is by far the most suprising car you will ever find. It's realiable, a ton of fun to drive, the V6 engine is absolutly superb with nearly a 1000RPMs of acceleration after MAX HP is reached giving you great acceleration in higher gears, the car's handling suprisingly good for a 4 door sedan, it's extrememly comfertable to sit in, the car really looks nice if you step back and look at it from the front, Increadably good in the snow, and just an all around great car. The V21 chassis that his car is built on is said to be the best Camry Chassis period and was the choice of chassis used by CHP for their prototype Police Intercepter. Just a wonderful car all around and great in the snow.

By splash on September 22 @ 7:43 pm
like an "old" friend, I count on it
This is an amazing car and far surpassed my expectations.It's taken me through the nastiest winter driving safely and handles like it was made for me. I sold it to my son for a "winter" car, he drove it 2 years and now I am buying it back for my 2nd car during summers.At 125,000 miles, found an intermittent oil leak that occurrs only when on long,fast highways.Can't find out where and what is causing it.Everything else, except the A/C still works great.Have an '02 Honda but this Camry proved itself to be far superior!Will keep it till it croaks!

By Charlie Miedema on December 3 @ 5:40 pm
Most Reliable Car I've Ever Had
I bought this car in June with 147,000 miles on it. Now it is November 10th and i have 160,500 miles. This car comes from Ohio, so there is a considerable amount of rust on it. I live in California. All I have done to it is add tires, brakes, and oil changes. This car is quiet, smooth, great milage, and it is just tough as hell. The only bad part is that I need a valve adjustment, and it has special types of valves, and I've been quoted between $180 and $600 to just have my valves adjusted. I am going to just have a new timing belt, coolant flush, and tranny service at the same time so my Camry will be good as new. I definitly recommend this car to all.

By Anthony McCabe on February 20 @ 2:16 am
an AMAZING CAR!
If you are planning to buy a used car for a new driver or someone going off to college... this is the car for you. I bought this car from my next door neighbor in September and the car has had NO problems (knock on wood) and it never has. I bought it because they were selling it to me for an amazing price.. with 209000 miles on it. THE CAR RUNS AMAZINGLY! In snow.. rain.. ice.. it's perfect and I couldnt ask for a better car for 500 bucks! I'd pay 2000 for this car because it is so reliable!

By Eddie Guider on May 12 @ 4:23 am
1991 camry with 115K miles
it is not super to drive in heavy freeway traffic,but is fun to drive in the mountains and okay in the snow of Colo.

By dude on January 9 @ 7:36 pm
Excellent Car!
I own a base model toyota camry, and I love it! I purchased the car when it had 209k on it, and it ran like a champ, it now has 255k and it still runs strong. The car is so easy to fix, everything is right there!

By musicman on January 12 @ 6:30 am
excellent car
Got this car last summer, really love it. Performance was mediocre with the 4 cyl, but gas mileage was great (over 30 mpg hwy) All around a nice car, especially for a college student like myself. Drove it 1500 miles to school last semester without a problem, great on trips. Just be sure to keep on top of the oil. it all burned out within a few weeks into the semester and my engine choked up, the only reason I don't have it any more. Other than that, great car, I wouldn't hesitate to buy another one.

By JM on August 1 @ 2:40 pm
Surprising super efficient vehicle
I just bought my 91 Toyota Camry with 150,000 miles on it. I know from experience and from friends who are owners of this very car that I can expect to see another 150000-200000 miles out of this amazing machine.

By pete on March 9 @ 6:40 am
Good bye 91 Camry...
Outstanding value. Great car. Seemed like I the longer I owned it the better I liked it. Too bad it was recently stolen...probably would have driven it another 20K miles.

By Andy Meier on October 6 @ 6:40 pm
The car that I'll always looking for!
Only one about the quality: 157 k on the clock and the first muffler! The trans works smooth like at its first day! The engine is still going strong with the smoothness that I'm always looking for.

By Camry Fan on November 1 @ 9:30 pm
It was totaled
I am very sad that my Camry was totaled last week! It was in excellent condition and had very low miles. I bought it 5 years ago with 63,000 miles and it now has 106,000 miles. I've always wanted a newer Camry but not under these conditions. For being 15 years old, it was very reliable and didn't have a single thing wrong with it so it was very economical. I will definitely miss my Camry!!!

By SADTOLEAVEIT on October 10 @ 6:36 am
I'm In Love
I'm sad to have to leave this car, but after 300,000 miles and no major problems, my parents have found it unfit for me to go to college with. It took me awhile to actually get over the retro exterior. But now that I have driven it for a couple of years, the style is probably its biggest flaw. This car is amazing! It is still running on stock items. The only thing that isn't is the clutch, which was only changed once! This car is perfect for first time drivers and/or if you just want a car to rack-up some miles. Because of the amount of miles, my parents are thinking of it as in long-term.

By A Roundy on August 18 @ 8:06 am
Didn't Know I Could LOVE a Car So Much!
Bought it new, had lots of new cars before, but just couldn't believe I could love ANY car so much! Fun to drive mountains, 4cyl manual 5-spd, JUMPS up from SAC to Tahoe. Low CG, loves curves! Always Over 30 mpg, even in town, but 33 to 35 on the highway. I then bought a new 2001, but maybe with a higher CG, it didn't drive as well. I kept it in my garage and drove the '91! Still going strong now at 192,000 miles. Changed timing belt at ~100,000 mi, Not 75,000, but belt was still perfect. Only 2 drawbacks: 1. Radio controls are too low down to see road at the same time, and 2. That year, mine did not have airbags.

By Happy Man! on May 30 @ 10:33 pm
Totally Impressed!
My Toyota Camry has been a pleasure to drive. It is a well built, solid and very dependable car. There were just over 200K on the odometer when I bought the car. A buddy of mine called and said he needed to sell the car so we agreed on a price and I took it on the spot! I have been totally impressed to own and drive my Camry!

By Chris on January 13 @ 4:40 am
Very Dependable Toyota!!
I recently sold this car (owned it about 2 years) due to noisy valves, but it was a pleasure to own and drive this car. It had tons of power and only very little maintenance was required, such as spark plugs, belts, brakes. Buyers, please change the oil when it's due. If not, the engine will be destroyed as mine was. (Noisy valve lifters). Keep oil changes up to date and check and maintain all fluid levels and it will last many, many years!

By Sam on October 28 @ 4:50 pm
Can't bust it
This is our first car. With a growing family, we're finally getting ready to buy something bigger and newer, but we'll keep it on as the second commuter. Extraordinary reliability. It has bounced over the rough streets of Washington DC with no problems for five years. Then we took it with us to Bogotá, Colombia, for another two years. Even though we could sell it for much more than the US value in Colombia, we'll keep it for our move to Mexico.

By Jon on April 23 @ 2:00 pm
Awesome car
I bought this car as a commuter, and it had only two previous owners. Extremely reliable, I only had to replace the radiator, and some typical toyota camry rust spots over the wheels. Other than that, It never gave me a problem. Very good on gas and didn't do all that bad in the snow. I was very sad when I totalled it last year in an accident. I would definitely buy another one.

By Loyal Camry on February 15 @ 7:43 am
Excellent Car
I've had this car for almost 2 years now. Realized and experienced this is a very efficient and powerful car with its strong performance during this worst winter ever with harsh wind driving down the highway, camry can withstand it. I'm happy for camry's performance and only major part I replaced is the muffler, which was corroded and also the exterior body which is starting to show the rust anyway. Just finished my emission test and my mechanic told me that I can still use this for next 2 years.

By toyota123 on December 31 @ 4:56 am
Hell of a yoda
I bought this car on my 16th birthday with 162,000 miles on it. Four cylinder 2.0 3s-fe. It had original timing belt, water pump, radiator, alternator, starter, thermostat, etc. I have done some work here and there but this car will run forever. I take it everywhere. Hunting, fishing. I've pulled a few jeeps out with it too. It gets 30 mpg city and around 34 mpg highway. It has 190,000 on it now and it will easily go another 50,000.

By kjbula on November 27 @ 12:50 pm
Not bad for 17 yrs old.
I bought this car from a friend for $300. It had only 108,000 miles but it did need a little work. I drove it to my house, (about 15 miles) and noticed some grinding when turning corners. Priced drive axles from Napa, $75 each. First axle took 3hrs. to replace. I had to attach the axle to my truck and tug to get it removed from trans. Second axle took 45 min. Fairly easy repair. Next gave it a tune-up. This is a V6 engine, and the front three plugs are the easiest plugs I have ever replaced, the back three are the hardest. The back center plug was still the ORIGINAL plug, Next was exhaust,mid pipe, cat to muffler. This car is solid and gets 24 MPG. Under $700 invest. best car I've ever owned

By Kris on March 4 @ 3:53 pm
I'll NEVER Part With It!!
This is the 2nd Camry (this body style) I've owned (got rid of 1st one- a '90, due to expensive valve job needed) since 2004 and let me tell you, I will literally keep it until it or I bite the dust! I LOVE the body style, both in & out, and with 193,000 miles, you'd never know it. Luckily, this baby has only highway miles. Someone really was meticulous about the maintenance and is from North Jersey. Anyway, I couldn't be happier with it and is a gas saver, not a guzzler! The interior looks brand new with no stains, rips, or holes in the cloth fabric. The mpg is terrific-28/35, I believe. NOT A THING wrong with her! I felt safe on the test-drive and smiled the whole time!

By Dave on November 28 @ 6:40 pm
First Car Ever Owned
I inherited this from my grandfather when he passed in 2006 with 38K miles. I currently have it up to 90K and it needs about 3g's worth of work, so I'm looking for a new car. However this car has been super reliable and loyal. I'm depressed that it needs to be replaced but it's 20 years old and I beat the heck out of it the last 3 years. I'm going to be a toyota/lexus fan for life based on my impressions from this car.

By Kris on January 6 @ 4:43 pm
Very Disappointed Former Camry Owner!!!!
WHAT a disappointment! Starting from the test drive, I had this gut feeling something wasn't quite right. The test-ride was great and it drove like new! When the sales guy accompanied me (I hate when they go with you!!) stating that I had the vehicle out too long, a red flag came up. I still bought it, then I stored it at a friend's and was happy. The mileage was 194K at the time of purchase and right after I washed it at a car wash, the fuel pump died! Also, it had a major electrical problem (the left blinker wouldn't go out!!) and I couldn't afford to fix it. I will never buy the older model again! Only the '92-'96 models and this time will have it mechanically checked out thoroughly!!!!!

By Krissy on June 12 @ 10:43 am
Not The Greatest...Mediocre
I bought this car with 194,000 miles on it back in Feb. and it ran BETTER than a new car. I let my friend drive it for a month, due to lack of driveway space, then stored it at my house. Maybe it sat too long (4 mos.) but started it every day until the battery AND fuel pump died on me. Another issue was a serious electrical problem with the left blinker flashing on and off when it wanted to! I sold it for $200 and was happy to be rid of this expensive-to-fix car! I will never buy the "90 or '91 models ever again. I might consider a '92-'96 body style models. But these are definitely overrated. I was very disappointed- thought they last until the 400,000 mile mark!

By Will on February 21 @ 10:30 pm
Good Car!!
I bought it for my daily commute car (100 mi a day), it has been excellent! The car now has over 318k, uses approx 1 qt oil between changes, gets 32-35 mpg as runs great!! Keep up with the maintenance & they'll last a long time. I'd buy a newer one if I had the money, it is a great car & EVERY one still works!! Only bad is they rust easy...it has a few places needing attention.

By MonkeyKing on April 19 @ 10:03 pm
Mileage Improved
I have a '90 and '91 Camry. I bought the former new and it has 242K miles and the latter I bought mine '96 with 96K miles in Calif. and now it has 250K. This summer my gas mileage actually improved on the '91; I got 36 mpg in highway driving when I never had better than 33. I've done the usual maintenance work and am conscientious about changing the oil. I've driven these cars in New Hampshire and now in Minnesota. Rust is starting to show on the '91 and it kills me to think rust and peripherals such as freezing locks and sagging seats will destroy the cars before the engine dies. I am writing to advise anyone living in the sunbelt to never hesitate to buy this Camry.

By Dale on March 2 @ 6:20 am
1991 Camry, my favorite car!
I got this car from my parents when I got my license. I grew up with it as well. But I'm sad I'll have to get a new car in a year since my parents think this car is getting old. They really don't make cars like these anymore. It is very reliable. The only thing fixed on this car since we had it was the Alternator, shocks, and muffler. This is a powerful car and the fact that it's a V6 is great. It runs very well even though it is older than me. It's extremely reliable and safe. I prefer it over my sister's new Camry. Fuel economy is ok, could be a little better but it doesn't guzzle your gas. If I could ask Toyota to make this car for me again, I would.

By Steve on January 18 @ 11:00 am
Great car, kinda rusty though
We bought our 1991 Camry from our in-laws with 83,000 miles on it in 1999. Now its nearing 250,000 miles and it still runs/ drives great. The 4 cyl. isn't the quickest, especially with the A/C on, but its gets 33+ mpg highway regularly. No squeaks or rattles inside, the cloth seats are holding up extremely well, but the clincher for me is the auto- transmission is rock solid. If Toyota could have made the car bodies less prone to rust during these years, this probably would be one of the best cars we have ever owned. Period. If you only could put Toyota powertrains into Chevy car bodies? I can only hope

By Steve on February 22 @ 3:00 am
"old" Toyota quality
We bought our 1991 Camry from my in- laws in 1999 with 83,000 miles. Now at 250,000 miles, I can see why Toyota was dominant in the durability department with these cars. Recently our 4cyl. model on a 525 mile round trip got a record of 39.5pmg with only me in it, but used about 3/4 of a quart of oil. Living in the salt belt has taken a toll on its sheet metal, especially around the rear wheel wells. It does lack power but makes up for it in a smooth and reliable ride. After all of Toyota's recalls lately, I wonder if they will ever make a reliable car like this one again? If I was going newer, I may want to switch to a Honda next time. Toyota went too big too fast and its quality shows!

By brilliant2menu on January 24 @ 7:19 pm
Good riddance
Hi, I will avoid profanity........... Was my first car, parents forced me to buy it, I knew NOTHING about cars. EVERYONE said Camry is THE BEST, so I bought one. It tormented me, spent THOUSANDS repairing this car even with only 56,000 miles...... now, I am a Sedan fan, always LOVED Cressidas but I was young and parents said NO to a 6 cylinder. To make it short, it was stolen twice and crashed, parents forced me to drive it. So it wasn't just a very bland and baseline "people mover" it was bent back to legal regulations to drive since it had already ate most of my savings as a kid......... I drive a 1989 Toyota Cressida, most amazing car, it has it all, I even cringe at the sound of "Camry"

By alwaysdriving on November 17 @ 9:24 am
Great car
My dad brought it for my first car at 15 y/o, it was wrote off so my dad and I spend our time together on fixing it. After I got my driver's license, I've been driving this car for 4 years now. I'm a daily driver and it never fail on me, will always take me where I want go, and very reliable as for my first car. Very comfy and easy to drive. No problems at all, runs like new still. Love my car and will never sell it!

By kl1013 on December 5 @ 10:07 am
I love this car!
My uncle gave me a base model 1991 camry for my first car. And boy was it a great first car. it got me from point A to point B, It survived three separated car accidents, with body damage only. luckily my dad was able to fix the car every time. and it even had a name, Cameron. But sadly one day one my way to class my steering locked up while I was turning, and my engine shut off completely. and when I turned my engine back on, every time it would only run for a few minutes and shut off again. we got it towed to the mechanic and that was the last of my little camry. I cried like I had lost a person. but it was a wonderful year and a half, and I would recommend this car to anybody.

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