2007 Toyota Camry

Model Overview

In our experience, buyers of family sedans are usually looking for a car that provides a roomy and comfortable interior, a refined driving experience and a reputation for reliability. While most modern sedans meet these qualifications, only two have excelled over the past decade: the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry. For much of that period, the Toyota Camry has held the sales advantage, and it's been America's best-selling sedan for eight of the past nine years. Now, for 2007, Toyota has fully redesigned the Camry, and we have no doubt that it will continue to appeal to a large section of buyers.

As it has done with each generation before, Toyota has increased the Camry's size and power for 2007. A 2.2-inch-longer wheelbase and 1.2-inch-wider front and rear tracks provide benefits in terms of interior space and rear-seat legroom. Underneath the new car, one will find the familiar MacPherson struts up front and a dual-link independent rear suspension. Spring rates and suspension geometries were completely revised, however, to give the car a sharper feel without compromising ride quality. Wheel size has gone from 15 to 16 inches on base models, while the sportier SE trim gets its own set of 17-inch aluminum wheels.

For the outside, the car receives a full styling refresh. Toyota describes the new Camry's look as "athletic and elegant" and "styled in a way that is certain to elicit a positive emotional response." But we're not so sure. To our eyes the front end is a bit heavy looking with its bulbous nose, while the somewhat drooping head- and taillights are simply odd.

This year also ushers in changes for the Camry's available powertrains. For the power-inclined, there's a new 268-horsepower V6 that gives the Camry sport-sedan performance. As far as features, even the base-level 2007 Camry comes nicely equipped, with power windows, cruise and a CD player all standard. And all trims include a standard tire-pressure monitoring system. Moving all the way up the Camry line will get you Lexus-like luxury with elegant cabin furnishings and available high-end luxury features, such as a navigation system and Bluetooth wireless capability.

All of these evolutionary changes have made the 2007 Toyota Camry a very appealing choice. Of course, it's not the family sedan for everybody. The Hyundai Sonata is thousands of dollars cheaper and comes with a better warranty. The Volkswagen Passat is more prestigious to own. The Chrysler 300C has a thumping V8. The redesigned 2007 Nissan Altima, when it arrives, will likely boast superior handling performance. And there's still the very impressive Accord. But for the mainstream part of the family-sedan segment, the new Camry has set the bar even higher in regards to features, performance, reputation and price. Yes, you get what you pay for, and in this case that turns out to be a new benchmark in the highly competitive family sedan market.

Toyota Camry Consumer Reviews By Year:
2007 Toyota Camry

NEW FOR 2007

Toyota's perennially best-selling family sedan gets a complete makeover for 2007. Among the highlights are a roomier interior, additional luxury-oriented features, an available 268-hp V6 coupled to a six-speed automatic transmission, and a gasoline-electric hybrid model that earns EPA fuel economy estimates of 43 mpg city/37 mpg highway.

PRO

Roomy cabin, powerful V6 engine, hybrid model available, legendary build quality and reliability history.

CON

No manual transmission available with V6, some odd styling elements.

681 Total User Reviews

Average Rating

By JakeMcNew on March 25 @ 1:53 am
Wish I had my 1992 LE V6
I hate to buy a new car and plastic parts begin to fall off or come loose. Shoddy workmanship? The car is still brand new and ride quality decreased quickly. Happy with gas mileage but unhappy with quality. I guess thats what happens when fine Japanese cars are built in the USA.

By Al on August 21 @ 3:56 am
Awesome Car-You'll Love it!
We love our 2007 Camry. It's fun to drive, gets great gas mileage, and it's a lot of car for the money. We test drove a 2006 Hyundai Sonata, a 2006 Honda Accord,& a 2006 Camry and this was by far our favorite. The ride is smooth and the features of the car are great! We love it! Check it out, I think you'll be impressed with the redesigned 2007 Camry. It ain't your grandma's Camry anymore! The 2007 Camry SE is so sporty and such a nice looking vehicle. It is realiable too!

By un_delighted on October 6 @ 7:26 am
Take time and compare...
LE w/ 4 cylinder is equipped with adequate power plant. Handling and cornering slightly improved from 2003-6 model. Transmission shifting (hunting for a right gear) not much improved - especially on even small incline. With my 6' it is no way to get acceptable visibility looking backward, and what is worse than 2003-6 models, I can't see front of the sedan too. So parking in busy places may be tricky. In my feeling driver was stripped from elbow space due to oversized center storage compartment. I am not to impressed with all the controls made of cheap plastic formed in unattractive way. Trunk space is noticeably smaller too.

By New Camry owner on November 10 @ 6:46 am
Liked my 03 better in some way
Just picked up a new 07 Camry LE automatic with the base 4 cylinder. Traded an 03 of the same model in for it. New model is a tad quieter but still doesn't handle really well. The styling is ok in some areas and weird in others. The front end treatment looks like it has a buck tooth and the rear looks droopy. I like the style of my 03 better. The interior is nicer though. I would wish for more than 158 hp and a transmission that didn't react with a clunk when you take your foot off the accelerator to take a turn. Also why is every new Toyota being made without the door strips to protect from so many unforgiving motorists from door jams? Trunk is smaller than my 03 also.

By Omar on November 30 @ 4:56 pm
Loving My New 2007 SE Camry!
I just bought my new 2007 Camry SE 4- cyl today! What an amazing car, it's a very sporty car. Forget the talk abotu the camry being a family car, the 2007 SE with spoiler and body kit definitely redefines camry's image, my friends can't believe its a camry! The sporty fabric and seats plus the stiffened suspension defintely make this a great car to drive. Of course a camry cannot be considered a sports car, but for the price the SE trim is definitely pushing the envelope.

By fsowireless on February 18 @ 6:56 am
6th Gen. Camry is a Winner!!!
This is the sportiest Camry ever built, in every aspect. The appearance, admittedly so, is the first time a Camry was something I would consider buying. Not to mention even bothering to look twice at it. After driving my Volvo S80 T6 for the last year or so, I have a certain expectation of torque when I depress the accelerator. The new 3.5 V6 in the Camry did not disappoint. Acceleration was very smooth through out the band thanks to the Dual VVTI and 6 speed automatic with sequential manual mode. It was not as much of a kick as I am used to, but it got up and went when asked.

By lokch on September 6 @ 11:43 am
Redefining America's best selling sedan
The newly designed body and interior is more stylish than previous ultra bland years -- though not over the top. The interior is very spacious with quality that I would expect from Toyota/Lexus. No squeaks, no weird noises, everything within factory tolerances. I tugged on various pieces in side. No shoddy workmanship I can see. Ride is comfortable -- though a little more firm than previous years. This translates to a little better feel for the road than the '06s. Rear seating has no drive train bump in the middle so legroom for the 5th person is good.

By Beth on November 19 @ 7:56 am
1st time owner of Toyota Camry
Just purchased my first Toyota vehicle. I chose the camry due to reputation, reliability, gas mileage and quality. I have been impressed so far. I have traveled over 300 miles on a 1/2 tank of gas. Love the smoothness of the ride, is very quiet inside. Love everything about it.

By Richard Gutkowski on April 14 @ 2:06 pm
Great Car ! Great Value!
Well I have the car now for 24 hours it is really hot got lots of compliments on the car. V-6 very powerful and pretty nimble. The only real bad thing about this new camry is the radio and its controls they got cheap don't look like it belongs in the car!!! Aside from that sound quality is great and push to start is great! The only feature I don't have is navigation!

By tom on July 10 @ 11:20 pm
Great car
I bought this car 2 weeks ago and it is a great car. Very solid. We have a 2002 camry and it is also a great car. The car was built in Japan and is very well put together. I would recommend this car to anyone. I was looking at an Accord, but this has more room in it and is actually quieter I think on the highway. Great Car!

By esfesq on December 9 @ 1:40 pm
Hooray for Camry 2007
I am very happy with the 2007 Camry XLE. It performs well, is stylish, and has quite a few upscale features for the money. It is an excellent value. Well done, Toyota!

By jay on February 23 @ 6:36 am
Great Car So Far...Like The New Look
Just picked up this vehicle the other day...tested the accord and legacy and probably would have bought the accord but the new camry design sold me along with its reliabilty record.

By Abdulatif on March 9 @ 3:13 pm
Great car for your money
I am very happy that I went with new 2007 Camry. I just got it couple of days before, so I can't tell you for sure the quality of assembly yet, but performance and interior design are well above the average car. Interior little bit less than expected from Toyota, but still it's done with great deal of ergonomy, everything very handy, and you will not get tired from it. Great gas mileage. Performance of 2.4 liter engine was much better than I expected. Lots and lots of fun.

By Christopher Payne on December 26 @ 12:13 pm
Lexus for Less
I love this car. I am getting 30+ highway and 27 combined. I made sure that I had a Japan built car instead of Kentucky and the quality is great. Toyota Customer Service is not educated and so don't expect answers from them. The XLE is well worth the extra dollars. Stereo is fantastic but the Bluetooth cellphone feature creates an echo unless you use the earphone. Very quiet and smooth but not a sports car.

By Christopher Payne on December 28 @ 10:53 am
Lexus for Less
I love this car. I am getting 30+ highway and 27 combined. The quality is great. The XLE is well worth the extra dollars. Stereo is fantastic but the Bluetooth cellphone feature creates an echo unless you use the earphone. Very quiet and smooth but not a sports car.

By m-b-g on May 18 @ 4:23 am
Great Work Vehicle.
After driving a VW Jetta for the past 4 years, this car has been a pleasant surprise. It is quiet, fuel effecient (for a car its size), & it has all the safety features I wanted. It is not as nimble as the Jetta, however I bought this car to work from, and has much more space than my Jetta did. I am a salesman and 95% of my driving is in the city 24 mpg on first tank. This car has enough clearance to not have problems with the cement parking lot stops & curbs. This car is an excellent value!

By 101 Toyota on March 18 @ 1:00 pm
V6
I got V6 LE auto, so far so good, overall is very good car, had easy time in local dealership. V6 is only way to go,4 is only 1500 less. Amazing how smart is Toyota to sell so much for so less, if money is no matter go with MB E class

By Love my 07 Camry! on April 2 @ 5:10 pm
Great Buy!!
I just bought my 2007 Camry LE V6 and I absolutely LOVE IT! The power is great in the V6! Extremely smooth ride, and road noise is minimal! I have the basic sound system and its very nice! The interior design is so sleek and much better than the previous models. My family love it! Its definitely not a grandma looking car anymore!

By casey on July 7 @ 6:46 am
Sport Sedan With Power !!!
After looking for many months I decided to go with a Barcelona Red SE V6 Camry. So far I have loved the car. It has room of a sedan and the sportyness of a coupe.The ride is smooth and does not feel like you are driving a big boat.The car in the SE version handles very well and is quite at the same time. And when needed the car has plenty of power while shifting very smooth.

By Charles on April 7 @ 9:00 am
It's an ok car!
Replaced a 2002 with this new 2007 XLE Overall after 2 weeks of driving it I have some disappointments outlined below that come with ownership. I now have 2,320 miles on it and mileage has been 25 as an average so far, about what my 2002 got. Has already been in the shop for a bad sensor that was replaced under warranty.

By dwarn on February 9 @ 12:16 pm
It's the engine, stupid!
I debated whether to go 2006 or 2007, but when I saw the 3.5 V6 with VVT, and its impressive mpg projections, I was sold. Have had it for only 2 weeks now, but the ride is incredible, I am averaging 23.2 mpg in the city, and when I need to go, it goes! The new body design and advanced features made this more attractive than a 2006 Avalon, for several thousand less.

By Anthony on May 21 @ 9:36 pm
Toyota can't be beat
This is car is far above anything in it's class. Toyota showed out with this model. It is so much better than the previous model. There is a reason Toyota is about to be the #1 car maker in the world this year, because they make cars like the Camry. Everybody else needs to sit back and watch how the best do it.

By Dinov on July 13 @ 1:20 am
Great car, with room for improvement
I picked up my car two weeks ago. Great car and a very smooth ride. Good mileage (29 mpg for combined city and highway driving on my first tank). Within a couple of days, noticed that the car was pulling to the left. I took it to the dealer and he said that it needs alignment (due to being tied on a truck; why can't dealers check it before customers pick up their cars?). I also noticed that at 70 mph with cross-wind, the car almost seems to float and moves sideways quite a bit (not sure if it related to alignment or car is extremely aerodynamic). I have the same complaint about door strips.

By upperarl on October 19 @ 5:50 pm
First
Great drive, easy controls, well designed. One improvement, the seats while comfortable could be upgraded to provide more support.

By ace1632 on December 11 @ 4:00 pm
So glad I bought it!
After driving the Camry, we forgot about the new Civic. The car is wonderful. It is so quiet, even @ 75 mph. Mp3 player is really cool, acceleration is ample and the look is not boring like the previous model.

By Bob on January 8 @ 2:03 am
2007 Camry SE V6
I just bought this car last week and have fallen in love with it. Loaded this puppy up with every feature and have been very happy. Drives much better than the other Camrys as the suspension is more taut. 17" wheels are very nice looking and the navigation system works like a charm. Just rid of my 2002 BMW for this car. Toyota makes a much better car and the sporty characteristics of this one make the drive just as good. Gas mileage is also amazing for a car with 270 HP!!!

By fj40 on April 25 @ 10:50 pm
Great car
We've had our Camry for a couple of weeks. We enjoy the comfortable, quiet ride. The XLE is very luxurious for a Camry. Back seat has LOTS of room. The V6 has the performance the Camry has been lacking. But, fuel economy is average - we are averaging about 23 mpg with town and some highway driving. I think that may be a consequence of me enjoying the V6 a little to much ;) Controls on the steering column are very convenient. The auto lights feature is nice, but takes some getting used to. Overall, we are very pleased with our new car.

By 2003 Camry Owner on February 10 @ 10:20 pm
2007 Camry a Step Backwards !
Just returned from test drive of 2007 Camry. I own a 2003 Camry use it for business.. have 50K on it.. love it. For years I would try Camrys on for size but my long torso always created head room issues. The 2002-2006 Camry was the answer. My first entry into the 2007 with the power seat sunk all the way down let me know they changed the headroom. This is a no moonroof LE and the specs say .4 inch less headroom. Feels like a bigger difference than that to me! And what's the deal with the gated automatic shifter? I'm sure you get used to it but the first time driver will be running in 4th gear instead of drive most of the time. While the styling of the 2007 takes some getting use to the real issue is Toyota forgot the pluses the last version of the Camry offered.

By Terry B on November 17 @ 6:30 am
I feel like I stole this one
I can't complain about any of the features or components. After 30 years of buying cars (from a 12 year old '66 Bel-air to the '07 Camry), I finally feel like I got a great deal. Added Leather, heated seats and floor mats and I got it for $24500. $2200 off msrp (with no add-ons)! If I'd had a bit more patience I'm sure I could have wrangled $200 more off the price. But, when I came across the black one with tan leather, I could resist no more. Great work Toyota.

By Zulf on January 1 @ 3:10 am
Oh What a Feeling - 2007 Camry SE
I finally got MY 2007 Toyota Camry SE with leather, tinted windows, side body mouldings, paint/rust/sound protection package and in Barcelona Red! The "sports" suspension really is a SPORTS suspension. The handling is amazing. The wider stance of the car is noticeable (I previously had a 2002 Toyota Camry LE). The steering is tight and response yet refined. The ride is firm but not bumpy, after all is it a Camry. Toyota has really done a great job on the suspension and it is the most impressive part of this car: the SE really is a SPORTS EDITION. The 4C is great! It is considerably more responsive than the previous 2002 2.4L engine that I had AND it has a great "growl"!

By ltjggillespie on March 18 @ 3:20 am
Why buy Lexus?
I had spent weeks researching different sport-luxury sedans including: TL, G35, Azera, Maxima, and ES330 but had never considered the Camry until we saw it up close and personal. This is not your father's camry! Other than the name sake, why would I spend another $10,000 plus for an ES330. This has most of the same amenities including a 268 HP engine, similar low-depreciation, and a 440 watt sound system (which is the best factory system I have ever heard, better than TL 5.1 even). Honestly, if you're in the market for one of the above models, do yourself a favor and take a look at the Camry; I don't think you will be disappointed and you'll have another $5,000 to $10,000 to spend elsewhere.

By faldoc on June 30 @ 9:10 pm
A fine car for the money...
I bought this V6 XLE only 3 days ago, but I already have about 450 miles on it. This is a very smooth car to derive, with a compliant and supple suspension. It is very fast, with smooth shifting, yet it is very quiet with very good isolation from road noise. It has a bit of thump on certain road surfaces. The V6 is very responsive. In mixed driving I got 27.8 mpg. On the highway it seems to get about 32 mpg. I like everything about the car: styling is good inside and out, with a luxurious feel and attractive leather and fake wood. I find the seats very comfortable, driving on the Interstate for an hour a time, or on country roads for 2. There is adequate trunk storage, and useful nooks.

By Annette on March 31 @ 12:50 pm
My 07 break through!!
What can I say. I feel like a million bucks in this new sleek, sporty yet power design. It's got great features, gets the ooo's and ahhhh's as you are driving. Heated seats, passenger reading lamps, dual temp controls, leather interior, moon roof, Bluetooth wireless technology, nice trunk space, steering wheels controls for just about everything you need to touch!! Its a "wow" what are you driving type car and even owners of this one, will stop and have a conversation. Now that is what I call a car with pride!!!

By iserum on March 21 @ 9:03 pm
Very good car overall
This is my first toyota ever, I am very impressed with it, the interior fit and finish is very good, and i like the quietness of cabin the most. Now I can understand why Toyota is so far ahead from competition. Standard LE is very reasonable for most people. I have drove almost 250 miles mostly city driving and gas needle is near half way now. I think it do much better in highway driving.

By Harvey on May 2 @ 6:23 am
Room to spare
After extensive research I replaced my BMW with what I considered a perfect alternative to driving fun. My wife needed hip surgery and a new car. Try falling into the abyss of a ground level 325i's front seat. I considered the 2006 Avalon; roomy, peppy and feature packed... Don't forget the reliability. Then the 2007 Camry arrived. Enough research! She loves it. It's red, looks great and she's comfortable. Best of all she smiles when driving it. I close my eyes make engine noises and pretend I spent $15,000 more on a new 525. Occasionally the Nav system and convenience filter into my consiousness and I smile too.

By Keli on June 14 @ 10:40 am
Loving It
We love the pick up the car has, I'm impressed with the gas MPG. It's been very true to advertisement on saving gas. This car rides so smooth you feel like you're floating. It's easy to handle and Fun to Drive. The 3 kids have more than enough room in the back to be comfortable. Truck space isn't limited and I really enjoy that with 3 children and all their things.

By vinay on July 1 @ 5:33 pm
Good Family Car
This is a good family car. It is quiet, i.e. both road noise and wind noise are low. The V6 engine is smooth and low noise also. The transmission is excellent, shifts smoothly and accurately. Drive is soft and comfortable. This car cannot be really called fun to drive though because it leans quite a bit and is not very composed while cornering (even moderately hard), I guess it is the price you pay for a smooth ride. Design interior and exterior are pretty good, simple and ergonomic. I am bit disappointed in the build quality given Toyota's reputation. I can hear a few rattles and squeaks at high speeds. Safety features are outstanding though as it should be for a family car.

By bfarrar on August 30 @ 9:06 am
1st Timer
This is the first brand new Toyota I have purchased, and I am really impressed with it. The car is much sportier than I expected. The 3.5L V6 has plenty of get up and go. The auto-stick is fun to use too. We added the moonroof and alloy wheel packages which are good compliments to the LE. The interior is refreshing. We have put about 1000 miles on the car and I really don't have any complaints so far. We were also considering an 06' Accord V6, but apples to apples the Camry is newer, has more horsepower, better styling and should cost around 3-4K less.

By bugslab on January 12 @ 8:13 pm
Love this car
Wow. This car is wonderful. I cannot believe what they have done to 2007 Camry. The new look has gotten rid of the family "Grandma" look. It's fun to drive and I feel safe driving it. If you have not driven one yet.....it' time you do!

By Doug on March 9 @ 6:06 am
Great car so far
Just drove 1600 miles from New York State to North Carolina and back. Averaged 32 mpg for the trip. Powerful engine just ate up the hills of West Virginia & Virginia. I'm 6 ft 3 and fit comfortably in the car. Great car so far. Hope it proves to be as reliable as other Camrys.

By Bryan on August 11 @ 5:33 am
Nice value
We bought the 2007 Camry CE after trying the Honda Accord LE, CRV, Toyota RAV4, Matrix, Prius, Subaru Forester, and Legacy. Hands-down, the Camry was the quietest, most comfortable car; although the Prius was cool, but overpriced. Auto transmission is smooth, 4 cyl. engine is strong enough for everyday driving, handling is crisp with a good feel for the road, fuel economy is great. Many safety features are standard this year. We have only put about 200 miles on it so far, but we like it! I would definitely test drive one if you are shopping for a mid- size sedan. We even started out looking at small SUVs and found this gem. :-)

By TRT on December 8 @ 8:53 am
I'd rather have my Buick back
This Camry supposedly has a drive by wire accelerator which is supposedly a better system.This car stumbles around corners and when trying to accelerate, the transmission down shifts sometimes resulting in lurches and unwanted high speed. The driving experience in town is very poor. Highway driving is little better as the car seems to lose power at higher cruise speeds.

By MayGirlMass on June 2 @ 9:43 pm
07 Camry LE 4 cyl Automatic
I love my car. My only comment is that it is a bit noisier than I expected (road noise, wind noise, engine noise). Otherwise, it drives beautifully and looks great, too!

By Buyer from Michigan on September 29 @ 7:03 pm
Another winner
This is our fourth new Camry. Previously we a 1992, 1997 and 2002. As usual, our Camry has a solid finish, is very quiet, has a powerful engine and a very nice interior.

By minerjp on October 9 @ 3:10 pm
Why Buy a Lexus?
When you can own this snappy automobile. We shopped for an Avalon, saw this 2007 Camry version, and jumped at it. It looks good, feels good, and has enough bells and whistles to keep you occupied for several hours perusing the owner's manual. Haven't a good reading on mileage yet, since just zipping around town for now. This car is powerful, responsive, and an attention-getter.

By Camry LE on September 13 @ 6:30 pm
Best 2007 Car Value
Extremely comfortable with 3 separate power driver seat adjustments. Well designed cargo space with convenient cup holders and lots of storage. Good sound system. Handles well at all normal driving speeds. Roomy both front and rear seats.

By James on February 16 @ 7:30 pm
Good But.......
I think Camry has come a long way and made a outstanding, solid and remarkable car but sometimes, even the best of minds miss the simple things the customers are looking for. Where did the sun visor extension disappear Toyota? I feel there's a little more road noise then the previous Camrys. Overall, it's a great car but don't take away what customers really want. Why can't Toyota can give standard Stablity and Traction Control?

By CLeve on September 2 @ 12:13 pm
Good, but could be better
All around this car is amazing, its sleek exterior and futuristic interior is sure to turn some heads. The only problem with the four cylinder is the power, its not quite as quick as the 06 and could use a little more get up and plus people think that it sounds like a diesel volkswagen when it is sitting in idle in the parking lot.

By Tom on March 10 @ 5:10 am
Quietest car I have ever owned
I traded in a 2005 Prius. What is not to like about 50 mpg average? Problem with was ride was harsh and too much eyes off the road with needing the touch screen all the time to do even some basic functions. Liked the simplicity of controls and just a few buttons on the wheel. Prius had 13 on just the steering wheel plus need to use touch screen. New Camry very simple and just operate knobs by feel, not need to turn from road vision to in cockpit just to raise temp level or raise radio volume. Used my DB meter to check sound levels at 60 mph cruising. Reading of 62 Db on A scale Prius same road 67 and previous Camry a 2004 67 also. Sooth easy handling with good road feel.

By uofmpharmd01 on December 18 @ 1:03 pm
Great car!!!
Just picked up my 3rd Toyota and I am very pleased. Test drove the Accord and Acura TL, and was sold on the great styling and track record of the Camry. The reliability of Toyota weighed heavily also. I had 85K miles on my '02 Sequoia and currently have over 143K on my '03 Corolla...all trouble free. I am so glad the VSC feature was made available in all models. The VSC in my Sequoia worked so well during the Michigan winters that I had to have it in my Camry LE. This is the most awesome feature to me, and I didn't have to break the bank to get it. The cabin is outfit nicely and is quiet even at highway speeds. Lots of back seat room for the kids, too. Solid.

By Michelle Tokar on August 16 @ 12:20 am
2007 Camry LE
This is our second Camry and they keep getting better. It is stylish with a more sporty look for 2007. It drives and handles like a car priced thousands more. It is roomy with a very quiet, solid ride and the 4 cylinder provides plenty of power. We were sold on it at first glance and with a test drive our decision was made. The 07 Camry is a high quality car at a very affordable price.

By Mack on August 31 @ 5:20 am
Love it
This new Camry is a hit by it's looks alone. I chose the Barcelona Red and I can't tell you how many times I have been stopped and questioned about this car. It looks far more expensive than it is. The ride and handling is exceptional! I got a feeling this will be the 2007 "Car of the Year." Remember, I said it first.

By George on November 29 @ 6:06 pm
Is this a Camry or a Lexus?
This has got to be the best Camry ever built! I come from of family of Toyota owners that hae been buying them since they began selling them in the United States. The 270 HP engine that Toyota has put into this car will simply take your breath away zero to 60 in 6.5 seconds is being conservative on Toyota's part trust me! Kudos to the engineers and designers at Toyota on this one, this car rocks.

By JRS on November 10 @ 9:16 am
Just a wonderful automobile
Powerfull, quiet, good gas mileage, excellent workmanship, good audio system. Can even change CD's from the steering wheel controls by holding the track up or track down button for 1 second. NAV display is excellent.

By Mohan on October 28 @ 5:53 am
Worth Buying...By Mohan
Myself a Honda fan but going from Accord to an all new '07 Camry was a great experience! Fun and powerful 3.5L 6cyl. great handling. Proud to be called a Toyota owner!

By Tampopo on June 2 @ 2:43 pm
Toyota, One of the best
After test-driving just about every car on the market, I decided to purchase this 4 cylinder beauty. Visually, I was instantly attracted to it. Mechanically, I was a little worried because I travel quite often through mountainous areas and would've generally preferred a V6. I took that back after I took my first trip. It was surprisingly pleasant and I had absolutely no problems picking up speed or getting up those huge mountains. The car is VERY comfortable and the air conditioning is perfect for the heat here in Arizona. All together, this car I believe was the best buy.

By Juan Salas on August 9 @ 2:10 pm
RELIABLE AND FUN TO DRIVE
I just bought my 2007 Camry SE and I really love it. I was an Accord lover for 12 years but since I bought my first Camry last year I was hooked. I sold my 2005 Camry to make way for the new and re-styled 2007 and I'm impressed. Even though I end up with the 4 cylinder it is a fun car to drive. It looks like a lexus in the outside. I love this car!

By Curt I. on May 22 @ 12:03 am
New Kid on the Block
With gas at over $3.00 a gallon, this car is right for the times. It has more room than the competition and it performs very well. The 5 speed transmission shifts like one would with a manual. It loafs along at 80 mph.

By Marvin Schubbe on November 12 @ 4:26 pm
Excellent Auto
I just feel the car is quality throughout. The car has a solid feel from closing doors to handling on road. Probably the best 4 cylinder motor on the market with excelent mileage and performance. Top notch rating on interior comfort.

By GATOR on October 30 @ 8:50 pm
A Sporty Camry??
So you thought Toyota couldn't make a sporty Camry, right? Absolutely wrong! I just purchased a 2007 Camry SE and believe me it is sporty. My Barcelona red metallic exterior and dark charcoal interior are a perfect combination. The ground effects, rear spoiler, sport suspension, moon roof, and blacked out grill only add to the excitement. It is very roomy inside with Bluetooth, Sirius JBL radio with 8 speakers, nice trim, and a well appointed dash cluster. The ride is very quiet, sometimes I’m not sure the engine is even on. I'm not sure how Toyota did it, but they have just made America’s #1 selling car into a newly revised monster that is even better. My hat off to the Toyota team!

By Roman on May 6 @ 3:13 am
Nice car, but...
This is my second Camry and I like it, especially the art decoish design and simplicity of interior controls. The cabin is more spacious and offers more leg room which is a big plus. Very responsive handling, and on the highway the ride is smooth. Reasonable fuel economy. However I have noticed, like others, that the new transmission is not that smooth, especially when accelerating from a stop. It can occasionally accelerate quickly and jerk you ahead, or hesitate, and sometimes I've noticed the car slow down unnaturally via the transmission. The motor can be loud when rpms are high. The door handles are awkwardly placed, mainly because they don't allow you to rest your arm on the arm rest.

By TJ on October 7 @ 10:13 pm
Happy as can be!
I love this car. It is far superior to the Accord I traded in. The quiet ride and handling of the car are just two of the many pluses.

By rtcinc on September 5 @ 11:50 pm
Black SE V6!!!!
Purchased 2 weeks ago. Orderded in early March and took about 6 weeks. Nice fast and stable. My 17 year old wanted a Civic Si but since I was buying, I chose the SE V6 and he is just as happy.

By Neno8403 on December 9 @ 9:33 am
A Must Have!
I traded-in my 2002 Camry LE for this baby. I miss my 02 but the 07 is worlds better. There are so many interior improvements and well as engineering improvements. I am in-love with my moonroof, 440 watt 6-disc stereo system, and the interior gauges that illuminates in blue is probably my favorite. The automatic headlights are extremely convenient and the bluetooth speakerphone system has been the blessing of all blessings. The calls are loud and clear and no one can even tell that I am talking on a true "car phone". Great pick and the car IMO is worth that thousands extra over the Hyundai Sonata.

By jim on November 7 @ 3:50 am
New SE V6
Great looking roomy car that rides and handles well. Good acceleration but some torque steer on hard acceleration. Nice looking interior but seats are very hard and are not comfortable for long trips. Only problem has been a rattle from sunroof so far.

By Gwiz on August 30 @ 11:03 pm
Not as good as the older Toyotas
I own a Toyota truck for 19 years with virtually no problems. I have owned my new Camry for about a month and have had numerous problems. 1) Vibration in the steel wheel above 70 MPH. 2) Clicking noise from the rear suspension . 3) Center console squeaks. 4) Dashboard squeaks. 5) Passenger seat back rattles and vibrates excessively 6) Air conditioning vents poorly match the surrounding dashboard. 7) Driver side door had a scratch at delivery. 8) Transmission hunts for gears 9)Driver side head liner molding buzzes. 10) Steering wheel is not centered when driving straight. 11)Transmission unexpectly deaccelates during a slow down (as if it dropping into a lower gear).

By Edmund on January 10 @ 11:36 am
Camry with a TRD Attitude
I just recently purchased a Blue ribbon Metallic 2007 Camry SE V6 and it has been nothing but PURE EXHILARATION. The car has a top notch acceleration, sleek sporty look "A Real Head Turner!", a luxurious comfort feature, and a fuel consumption that is best in the class. I have researched thoroughly and found that the car just simply outshines against all of its competitors. Now all of my friends envy me for having a 4 door sedan that looks and acts like a SPORT MACHINE. They all say "Is that a camry?" and I say "YES IT'S A CAMRY!"

By treehugger on December 28 @ 4:53 am
Much bang for your buck
This is an inexpensive, underpriced, maniac of a car. It goes from fuel-efficient, soccer-mom car by day to rowdy, performance-based six-speed-sport-shifting madness by night.

By Ponch on April 22 @ 4:13 am
A disappointment
This car seemed so nice at first, that is until all the nagging details started surfacing. It rides fairly quiet and has good legroom but the trunk is smaller than some competitors. The 4 cylinder is adequate but many other competitors have a good deal more hp and are quieter. Suggest making the exterior look cleaner and less Mazda like. Also bring back the deleted door protection moldings and make the visors extend like on many other cars made today.

By Bucksman on August 5 @ 6:26 am
Tranny is a Granny
Nice car...except for the auto tranny. It seems to hesitate around 2K RPMs, and the acceleration sort of stumbles. Very annoying in slow stop and go traffic in the beautiful New Jersey. I would consider a manual or move up to the v76 engine auto tranny combination

By russ on April 28 @ 12:46 am
Gotta love it
We've only had this car for a week . My wife absolutely loves it .By far a well improved car. The ride is wonderful and it handles great . If your looking for acceleration consider the v-6 . We have the 4 cylinder and it's does good but it's no speed demon .

By CZ on May 23 @ 2:56 pm
Disappointed!!!!!
This new car drives me crazy. Acceleration is slow and hesitate, and sometimes there is no-response. Transmission is not smooth. The engine noise is loud. I regret that I purchased this car.

By Delma on September 17 @ 10:30 pm
Not Sure Yet
Instantly loved the new exterior design. After having 2 LE-V6 Toyotas, decided to go with the 4i, not sure it was a wise choice. Certainly lacks the spark of the V6. Find the few second delay when you accelerate disappointing. Trade off for me was the XLE vs. the LE with add ons. My overall mileage has been 23-24. I was somewhat put off because the car did not have body side molding (Even though I prefer the look without it). It seems to me that the ability to get JUST the add on(s) you want without paying through the nose for very questionable warranty type extras has decreased significantly. Also, it is difficult to get the details on those so called warranty items before the sale.

By Paul on June 30 @ 8:10 pm
Toyota Camry
Very soft to be driven. I think it is one of the best cars I have owned. I would recommend this vehicle to anybody who wants a sedan.

By Lawrence B. Lame on December 2 @ 5:26 pm
Quantum Leap
I have driven Camrys for 20+ years. My '07 Camry LE V6 is clearly superior to any prior Camry. While the '03 was roomy and comfortable, the steering and handling were very vague. The '07 tightens the ride and improves the steering noticably. The interior is upgraded markedly, and although there is a bit less headroom, the added telescoping feature of the steering wheel combined with the greater travel of the seat (which is even more comfortable than the '03's) yields greater comfort. The engine is smooth, quiet and powerful. The transmission is seamless and, with six forward gears, the engine is virtually never strained in ordinary driving. I like the exterior styling (see in darker colors).

By jh on July 27 @ 3:46 am
I'd rather have my 1997 Camry LE back
I am very disappointed about this new car. The driving is not smooth. The car stumbles and hesitates when trying to accelerate. The accelerate pedal is stiff, and sometimes there is no speed change after it was pressed down. The motor noise is another problem which really bother me when driving. I would rather have my old 1997 Camry LE back, which was much better in handling and accelaeation and much quiet. The new 2007 Camry should have the higher quality than 1997 Carmry, but not in my case.

By Mitchell on November 23 @ 2:40 am
Preliminary Review
Purchased LE V6 with only floor/trunk mat accessory.This is a lot of car for the money. Fit and finish are superb, both inside and out. Vehicle ride is extremely smooth, compliant and quiet - very close to Lexus quality (I own a Lexus) for thousands of dollars less. Plenty of leg, seat and headroom. Fold down rear seats with trunk pass through is useful feature. 268 HP V6 with 6 speed auto transmission is very responsive and smooth. Power is unobtrusively transferred such that one could be cruising on 80 (or above) and not even realize it. Probably unmatched value for the money. I like the new bodystyle. That's personal however.Will get back after we have put a few thousand miles on it.

By Denise K on February 6 @ 11:00 am
I love this car!
Just traded in my 2004 Honda Accord for the newly redesigned Camry. I've owned both Accord's & Camry's in the past and this is by far my favorite. Weighing in about 200 lbs heavier than the Accord the ride is smoother and quieter and has nice solid feeling doors. Fuel economy so far seems better than the Accord. Style looks much like a Lexus. Suprisely too is that my insurance rate went down with the Camry due to the standard equipped front, side, curtain & knee airbags!

By LNGRDR on October 31 @ 12:16 am
1st Time Camry
First Camry I've owned. Was sold by the reputation for quality, reliability, and the 2007 redesign. Seem to handle quite well and is quiet for a 4 cylinder. The transmission is not the smoothest. Some downshifts are abrupt and the clunk reminds me of the sound of a Harley shift. Otherwise, it seems to ride and handle well. Brakes are excellent and fuel economy is great for a car this size. Has a slight rattle from the driver side door.

By TerryTheSwede on September 19 @ 6:10 pm
Solid vehicle at a fair price
The 2007 Camry is a well built car. It handles nicely, and offers a cofortable ride, and great features. I have had this Camry LE for only a month, but I have no regrets. My conclusion after doing a ton of research regarding safety, reliability, comfort and gas mileage: the Hyundai Sonata is thousands of dollars cheaper and matches the Camry in all respects except comfort. Bottom line was that I was going to be in that driver's seat for years to come and I was not going to skimp on the critical comfort factor.

By DEJ on February 27 @ 5:10 am
Barcelona Red V6 SE
Great car! Traded in my 2001 Maxima. Loved that car, but I have NO regrets. This car is quieter than the Max. It rides almost as smooth. This is expected with the stiffer SE suspension. Performance nuts should have fun here. Not an Indy car but plenty of power. Leather seats were comfortable. My biggest pet peeve with all new cars is head room. There just isn't enough in today's cars. Not the case here. Lot's of headroom (unless you get the sunroof). Leather interior very comfortable. Ask the dealer to throw in the all weather floormats. They look nicer than the carpeted ones. All in all, a great car!

By jazzydee on August 6 @ 1:40 pm
Toyota has done it again...
I absolutely love this car! I started out shopping for an Avalon but after I saw the Camry at an auto show, I was pretty much hooked. This is a baby Lexus with a Toyota price. Very smooth and quiet; great acceleration for a "family" car; plenty of bells and whistles, very roomy, and just plain good looking! The car has a very classy look and feel to it. If it is as reliable as past Camrys have been, it will continue to be the best selling car in America.

By 07XLEV6 on December 6 @ 8:00 pm
Excellent car!
This is my first Camry. Overall this car is very quiet, comfortable, smooth, powerful, and absolutly the best mid-size in the current market. Great new exterior style design. Excellent interior build quality. Leather seats are comfortable, Nav system is easy to use. The new interior design is ok to me, the blue-backgound center console is a little bit awkward, too bright at night. Ash leather interior with light yellow fake wood trim is just ok design. I only have a vibration/shimmy problem at 70 mph, visited dealer three times and ended up with changing a new tire and now the ride is even quieter and comfortable.

By Happy with '07 on May 7 @ 11:33 pm
Happy with '07 for sure!
Traded my '05 300c Hemi for an '05 avalon for better MPG. Saw the new '07 Camry and it was much sexier than the Avalon. Same engine but that awesome 6 speed. Much better calibrated than the five speed in the Avalon and handles much better. Doesn't look frumpy either and I get lots of compliments. Tough going from a Hemi to a 6 speed V- 6, but it still has plenty of zip just not as much torque. Feels very nice inside as well. Reliable and predicted to get great mileage. I get about 22 around town and 31 on rural roads. Drops to 28 when I hit 80 MPH and the air is on, still very acceptable. I would recommend this car to anyone in the $30K< bracket for sure.

By Suzanne Harris on November 24 @ 4:53 am
I love this Camry.
I traded in a 2000 Solara for the 2007 Camry. I didn't think I could love a car anymore than the Solara but I have to say I love my new Camry. It is so comfortable and drives perfect. I can't think of one negative thing about it.

By kf286 on July 22 @ 2:46 pm
Should have bought something else
I expected better from Toyota; my new 2007 XLE is very good in some respects, not so good in others: transmission hunts for gears, ride quality much worse than even a mediocre car, Auto sound level doesn't work, accessory outlets do not work unless car is running or acc is on (no more charging your cell phone while you're shopping), radio shuts off when engine is shut off. Also, excessive rattles and buzzes, rear suspension a joke. Excessive torque steer when floored could be a problem for an inexperienced driver. The 2000 Bonneville I traded was not as refined or quiet, but rode better and got nearly the same mileage.

By Chris S on August 23 @ 7:36 am
Great Car
This is my first mid size sedan and all I can say is wow. This car has some serious power, the manual shift mode is great when you need instant power. On the interstate I was cruising at 90mph and barely knew it. The ride is very comfortable, although I'm 6'6" and I didn't think head room was an issue but I do think leg room could be better, I think this is mainly because the back seats have tons of leg room. (Most people are not 6'6" so for most this shouldn't be an issue.) I like the wood grain accents with the tan colored interior (white exterior) but I don't think is looks as good with the gray interior. Most of my friends can't tell this is a toyota, the exterior styling is second to

By Sharon on March 1 @ 12:16 am
Glad I bought a Camry
I did a lot of research prior to actually going to a dealership. It came down to a Camry or an Accord. With the new design of the Camry and the awesome power of the v-6 it wasn't even close! I have now driven 1140 miles and am averaging about 30mpg. A trip to Nashville over some very hilly terrain avg. 34mpg. This car has great power, ride and handling for a family sedan. I did opt for the upgrade stereo with bluetooth tech. and sunroof. I love being able to pass slower traffic with such ease. I haven't driven a car with this much power since the muscle cars of yesteryear and could probably take most of them! Mileage and power! Check it out and be surprised when you remember this is a Camry!

By GRS on April 25 @ 7:46 am
Bought this instead of Acura TL
I was on the fence about getting "another Camry," even in my heart I knew that it was a great car and a great value. After test driving the 2007 XLE, my mind was made up. No need to get fancy with Acura or Lexus, or settle for a c-class Benz. This car looks great and has everything you would want in a car. I know this because I'm in mine about 4 hours a day at a minimum. I bought the extended warranty for the first time with my a Camry, only because I was alarmed at all the electronics in this car. I hope they all hold up to the Camry standard.

By Shenandoah on June 21 @ 6:43 am
I love my new car.
I've had my Camry SE for less than 2 weeks, but I love it. It is a beautiful sapphire blue, has really nice lines, is very comfortable, is plenty peppy, and hugs the road. My husband and I took a road trip down Skyline Drive and he was impressed with how well it handled. I'm short and he's tall, but the seats are perfectly adjustable. I'm glad I insisted on the Vehicle Stability Control because safety is very important to me. I had to wait several weeks to get one with VSC. I didn't need the $1,000 JBL sound system with the 6 cd player, but it was hard to get one without it.

By absolutgator on July 8 @ 5:06 am
Great car!
This is the first Toyota I have ever owned and based on its performance so far, I would buy another one. The new looks are what attracted it to me initially, but its relatively smooth drive, comfort and reliability sold me on it. I added leather seats (softer than the cloth seats!), wheels and Homelink mirror to upgrade w/o having to pay for the price bump in the higher models. Took it on a road trip up the coast and it got the posted MPG of 33 w/ the A/C going the entire way. Overall, this is a great car that I plan on driving for a long time!

By talib bethel on October 14 @ 7:20 pm
The Best Overall Car For Under 30,000
This car is better than I could have ever dreamed. It has nice luxury interior (the wood grain is lovely), but it also has nice pick up speed and is very roomy. I'm loving the reclining backseats (even though I don't sit in the back). The bluetooth is a very good and smart feature. The car handles great and is really easy to control. The keyless entry and push start is marvelous. Overall for the money this is the best car you can get for the price. The new body style is an added plus also. Don't forget to get the glass sensor added to your vehicle.

By George Schofield on June 29 @ 2:26 pm
Don't buy big guy
Having flown 26 different aircraft and driven cars for 61 years, I find the 2007 Camry to be the most uncomfortable cockpit I have every been in. Even with tilt and telescopic steering and an 8 way seat, I find my shoulder touching the side and my right knee being pinioned by the shift console. The headrest presses into my head at an uncomfortable angle and it is imposssible to tell where the front of the car is for parking. The window sill is too high and the armrest too low to be comfortable. I am 6' 2" and 270#. Please do yourself a favor and test drive for a reasonable time before you are stampeded into a purchase. I traded a 2002 Prius which was a swell little car

By corton on December 29 @ 1:43 pm
Woe is me - 2007 Camry XLE V6 problems
After about 3000 miles on my 2007 Camry XLE V6/6sp Auto, it's been in the shop 4 times already and the last call from the dealer was to replace the transmission. I have rattles on both B pillars and the build quality is rather poor, with unsightly gaps in the passenger side dash where it does not fit together properly. The steering is light and floaty without any on-center feel making for a numb driving experience. Lots of road noise on worn road surfaces. The 2007 Camry does not measure up.

By Don on September 18 @ 12:30 pm
Should have kept our 2004 Solara
The transmission and cruise control is a joke. The transmission hesitates and stumbles. Often there is a delay in acceleration when the gas pedal is pressed. The cruise control will downshift on the slightest of inclines. The CC will downshift to 4th gear (3000 rpm) and often to 3rd gear (4800 rpm) rather abruptly. Without the CC the Camry will take the grades without shifting. Driving the Camry in traffic is a less than pleasant experience.

By Dwight on March 8 @ 7:03 pm
Great Car!!
Traded a 2003 V6 XLE for a 2007 V6 XLE. Couldn't believe that Toyota could make a better product, but they did!

By mosha on March 9 @ 3:33 pm
Value for money
We bought a 2005 Corolla and inspired by its performance went for a 2006 Camry. The vehicle was involved in a serious accident but amazingly the driver walked out practically unscathed. No doubt we went for a 2007 Camry after extensively researching all aspects of the vehicle and its pricing. After driving it for a month we can say this is the best vehicle in its category for the price. Perhaps the best deal is all those fancy features which came as an option before have been made standard in the 2007 model including the all season tires. Another incredible thing is that we paid much less for the 2007 Camry than we did for the identical 2006 model. No wonder we love the car.

By ulugh on October 22 @ 11:40 pm
I LOVE THIS CAR
My '99 Camry was by far the best, most reliable car I have ever owned. I wanted to trade for a new Camry a year ago but then heard of the redesign for 2007 and decided to wait. I'm glad that I did because this is the benchmark for all mid-sized sedans. A number of items that were part of option packages on my '99 are now standard equipment and you cannot beat the value of this vehicle.

By Russell on March 20 @ 6:10 am
Nothing better for the money!
We researched and test drove many cars trying to decide what to buy. The 2007 Camry stood out and we are Chevy people.The XLE has more features for the money than any car we looked at. The new styling is awesome. Gas mileage for us will be what it is rated, maybe a little better on highway on the flat open roads of West Texas if you don't put your foot in it all the time. The V6 can really move you down the road. Can blow by big trucks for passing with plenty of power to spare. I'm 6'1" and have plenty of room. Interior is extremely quiet on the hiway. We are extremly happy to date with our 2007 XLE Camry!

By Vincent@Twin Cities on September 18 @ 4:30 pm
the best Camry SE so far
Camry SE is different from other trims. IMHO, the exterior and performance are way better than other trims, though you can't compare interior of SE with XLE. I believe that's the reason why Toyota uses SE trim on TV/Web commercial.

By Cliette on December 11 @ 3:10 am
Red Hot Mama
We just purchased this car a week ago. I'm so in love with it that I'm up early in the mornings, thinking about errands that I need to run. It rides smooth and has enough of pick-up to get out of the way of fast moving traffic. I'm thinking about racing my son who owns a GSXR 600 motorcycle, but he's only 19 so I think I will pass. I'm a mother of 3 in love with my RED Camry. Just wish I could program it to say my name when you turn on the engine.Wouldn't that be icing on the cake!

By Don Nelson on June 16 @ 7:33 am
Excellent
It is a very well designed auto and runs and handles very well, mileage not quite as good as 2004, but only have 2100 miles on it. Lots of room in it and outstanding quite from motor and engine and outside noise. Very good.

By Dave on September 2 @ 4:26 pm
Excellent Value for My Money
I knew Camrys were good, reliable cars, but until now, I thought they were boring with horrible styling. No more. Suspension, braking and handling feels excellent when I drive in the city or highway. It surprised me how good it behaves because we also owned a BMW 525i, and we were ready to use it as a baseline for comparison. Transmission is smooth and the 2.4L engine is quiet. It has more than enough power to drive around, unless you are into rapid takeoffs. The V6 I test drove was smooth, but I am willing to trade some power for the price difference. BMW 550 is still my favorite car, but hands down, I think we got the best value for our money here. Toyota uses lots of plastics, but it makes it look good.

By les on July 1 @ 10:03 pm
the xle
Excellent handling. Got 32 mpg ave on a trip out west including going up beartooth pass in yellowstone. Put on 2225 miles on this trip. My 4 cyl was very quiet and ran very well. Averaged about 70 mph on the interstates. So I'm very happy with my xle camry.

By Joe V. on August 18 @ 10:43 pm
Looks Are Deceiving!!!!
This is my 5th Camry. So far it's been wonderful to drive! I took it on a 230 mile round trip and recorded 33.9 mpg. This was with A/C all the way. The interior is much more comfortable than my last 3 Camrys and the exterior styling is oh so chic. For the basic LE model, I think you get a lot of bang for the buck.

By Phoenix owner on February 12 @ 6:30 pm
Sorry I bought it
This is my 4th Camry, and I'm sorry I bought it. The car is very sluggish and slow to respond. There is also a lot of wind noise. It's already been back at the dealer (for 2 days) to get rid of a rattle in the back.They fixed that problem, but now I'm taking it in again because the AC is messed up (no air coming from lower vents on the driver's side), the wind noise and the poor acceleration. I traded in a 1994 Camry with 158,000 that had better AC and more acceleration.

By Kenneth on February 14 @ 6:16 pm
True Comfort to Ride
This is the first foreign auto I own. Now I can see what I have been missing. Quiet smooth ride, all controls on the steering wheel. For a 4 cylinder engine what get-up and go,not to mention the great gas mileage. Duel air, Bluetooth, satellite radio and rear reclining seats set off this car.

By I WAS a buick fan on May 31 @ 9:16 pm
I'LL BUY IT OVER AND OVER!!!
I bought first one in april '07, wrecked it so bad, I had to crawl out through the trunk, but I did make it with minor scratch on my forehead only. Next day I went and picked another one. I am field service rep. and I spend 2/3 of my work day in the car. It meets all my needs and much more.

By dwarner on July 14 @ 5:50 pm
A second look 4 months later
I reviewed this vehicle shortly after I bought it and gave high marks across the board, especially to the engine. I still like the car overall, but have a major complaint towards Toyota. After 3 months of driving, paint has chipped from the "running board" part of the passenger side doorframe at the edge between the vertical outside of the car and the horizontal ledge of the frame. The only logical prospective physical cause from my activity has been my shoes rubbing getting in and out. Toyota denied warranty coverage over this item, essentially suggesting I must have done something else. My shoes have been the same for 20 years with no prior problems of this type on any other car.

By Marie Alexander on July 19 @ 11:06 pm
Not a "Granny Car"
This car looks good, rides good, corners well, and has a wide turning radius. It has Inki wheels, a spoiler, power windows, bose speakers, cruise, tented windows, cold, cold air, lumbar control, no leather, and no problems. I use about 40.00 in gas every two weeks. At this time July 2007, gas is 2.89 (city). My children and grandchildren call it a "fine ride." It serves me well. Did I mention no problems. It is however a bit sluggish when floored. Wider than expected. Took some getting used to. You don't have to be young to drive this young design.

By rhernandez on May 22 @ 11:30 am
nice ride
Clean, smooth and roomy. A bit loud in the car but adequate.

By RJ on December 23 @ 6:53 pm
A great road car
Since purchasing this vehicle, we have driven nearly 3000 miles. The mileage has been both street and interstate, averaging 24 miles per gallon. The seats were very comfortable on a four and a half hour (one way) trip, and wind and road noise were minimal. The ergonomics are very good. The quality of the leather seats appears to be very good. My only complaint with the interior is the color of the fake wood: the yellowish plastic makes for a cheap effect. Unlike Consumer Reports Magazine, I found it easy to reduce glare from the middle stack by reducing the intensity at night. This is our first Toyota and I would recommend it to prospective drivers.

By YodaFan on November 16 @ 3:46 pm
love Camry's but, this one disappoints
I like the new body design mostly. Only traded my 2002 Camry because of new body style. I never really test-drove the 07 much before purchase. Though I would probably still get a 2007, I am somewhat disappointed in Toyota on this one. Gas mileage is lower than my '02. Auto-tranny is not smooth in shifting. Initial acceleration performance is lacking; has hesitation while shifting through about 35 mph. Due to lack-of-power or transmission problem, car down-shifts (revs to 3000+ rpm ) with cruise control going up very slight incline (i.e. frwy overpass); then annoying up-shift jolt well after cresting incline.

By cam-man on May 25 @ 5:23 am
That's Right, Look at Me
I am the envy of all my friends because of my silver SE V6. After owning the SE for 3 weeks now, I've already put 4,200 miles on it, and it hasn't let me down. The transmission is flawed, it takes a few seconds for it to speed up, but once it goes it goes fast, I love the shift gate, great for easy passing! I turn heads everywhere. I'm glad I got the SE because they look so much better than the other models and they don't seem to be as popular. (I don't want too many people to have my car!!) Get the door sill enhancers easy to put on yourself and makes a drastic difference to your car!

By Juan on October 26 @ 3:06 pm
CE camry!!
Surprisingly agile for a 4 cyl, auto transmission requires manual downshift for quick instant power. Should be ok for normal driving. Loaded with safety features (tire pressure indicator is cool). Very roomy in comparison with other midsizes, outstanding leg room for back passengers and trunk. Very smooth, quiet ride for the most part, a little bit of engine noise at high RPM but not annoying in the least. New design is very upscale looking, more appealing to the younger crowd (24). Road grip is good, brakes are great. Suspension even on base model is great on bumpy roads. AC very cold, all controls easy to identify and use. High quality inside/outside finish

By Ritt50 on October 17 @ 3:10 am
Not Grampa's Camry
We have had this XLE 3 weeks and put 2000 miles on her with no problems. Driving to MN from MT with 4 people, the trunk full and AC on we got 30 MPG. Every time I heard a rattle I was something I had in the glove box never something loose as in other cars. We looked at Passats and Avalons, but ended up with a Lexus in disguise.

By Romeo A on September 29 @ 11:26 am
Love at first sight
I have almost 2,500 miles on this car now and thank goodness it doesn't have the tranny problem. Shifting is very smooth at all speeds. I love the new design especially the headlights, the rounded back (old Camrys are so straight) and bumpers. I'm getting 28 mpg average in 75% highway (carpool) and I drive fast mostly. I love the power available when going uphill. The handling is great, too. I like the gradual slowdown when you take your foot off the gas.

By Bob on September 18 @ 9:30 am
Great little applicence
Bam, bam, Toyota kicked it up a notch. Love the car with only 2 areas that we noticed. Torque steer under full throttle with down shift and the seats were a little hard but seem to breaking in. It has not dropped below 28 mpg with some heavy footed driving.

By JD on July 22 @ 10:03 pm
What do you expect, it's a Toyota!!
I picked up my XLE 4 cyl, 2 /12 weeks ago and have to say its perfect. I am coming out of an Acura 3.2TL. I would have loved the V6, but with the cost of fuel it would have been a BIG mistake. This car is as quiet and soft as the Acura if not more quiet and soft riding. I believe this is the best mid sized 4cyl vehicle thats being offered at this time. My mileage is 1/2 road and 1/2 city and I am averaging between 26-28 mpgs. I believe after it has some miles on it, the mileage will improve.I would recommend this car to anyone looking for a comfortable ride as well as good fuel economy. You get the best of both worlds.

By Joe D on November 5 @ 12:46 pm
Great car
Very quiet and smooth ride. Have received quite a few comments on the style and color (blue ribbon metalic). Fuel economy better than rated.

By ALFRED on October 21 @ 9:00 pm
ce camry
Just got back from Maine. I have to say the car rode great,comfortable and gas mileage great. Very roomy with four adults. The new design turns heads wherever we go. The only draw back is using the cruise control, kicks out of overdrive on very slight hills.

By SE n VA on April 13 @ 3:53 am
Test Drive and Buy!
My wife and I love our 07 V6 Camry SE w/navigation. We test drove the competition and this Camry out performs them in nearly all categories. As soon as we came back from our test drive, my wife said she loved it and she didn't want to test drive anymore cars. This car performs beautifully on the highway. The car accelerates very quickly without flooring it. Floor it and you'll be happily surprised... the car wants more! With Toyota's high reliability standard I know this car will stay in our family for many years. If you can find an SE w/nav, you had better buy it that day. The body kit on the SE definitely enhances the appeal of this car.

By bruce smith on April 6 @ 8:16 pm
unsafe to drive
After app. 500 miles this car began to hesitate on acceleration at stoplights on left turns from stops and in normal driving. This is not a slight lag on acceleration but a total lack of power. The gas pedal can be to the floor for at least a count of 5 seconds before the car starts any acceleration, when it slowly reaches 40 mph acceleration is fine. This does not happen all the time. Transmission does not know sometimes what it is doing when it’s shifting up or down. One dealer says there is nothing wrong with this car. Another dealership admits to this problem but says there no cure yet. I have reported to the NHTSA that this car is unsafe for the road. We now have 5000+ miles on it.

By Bobby on December 15 @ 5:03 pm
Hybrid Model
The car now has 4800 miles and has been very reliable. I notice when the gas motor starts when running electric mode, more than I thought I would but not very noticable. I actually get better highway mileage than sticker show. My best is 46 but can almost always get at least 42. City driving is 39.5 almost always. GPS is accurate but not as easy to use as previous models. This is 3rd car with GPS. Ride is very good and handling nimble enough.

By Bill on January 28 @ 11:00 pm
Buy it!
So far so good. I've owned the Camry for only 2 weeks and both my wife and I love it. This purchase completes the 4th Toyota we now own in the family. We love the Camry and all of it's appointments and it drives as nice as they say. I researched this car to death and found for the money, it by far was the correct choice. All in all I'd buy again in an minute.

By jenny on September 28 @ 2:56 am
Great car.
Very impressed. after owning two accords, I finally made the switch, and this car is excellent so far. I'm in love with it. The only disappointment I had was leather was not standard, and it was the only XLE on the lot in my whole metro area so I'm just getting after market leather.

By lucky to be alive on May 19 @ 8:53 am
Side air bags?
I purchased this vehicle in july of 2006, i only had it for a bout a month when a drunk driver hit me on the side. When i purchased the car i was told all about the side curtain air bags and about the air bags for the drivers knees. and wouldnt you know i get hit on the side and NOT a single air bag deployed. I look on the internet and find that there was a recall in april about the air bags and i was not told of this when i purchased the car. Look for recalls before buying. Im just glad me and my husband are still alive. can furnish pictures of damages upon request so you can see how toyota stands up

By msib1 on June 27 @ 6:00 am
MPG
LE 2007, 4cy, minor transmission hesitations as I see many other are experencing. Biggest disapointment is gas mileage. 3000 miles on car and just checked MPG, 23.4 MPG and I do 60% highway. City is rated at 24 MPG.

By Cegalton on August 22 @ 7:33 am
My regrets, don't make them yours
Did Toyota rush this car or what? Toyota seems to have fallen from its traditional solid built platform to a car that, welI, now regret I bought. New squeaks in dash are developing weekly. The transmission is the nightmare many have already talked about. Step on the gas and sometimes the power just isn't there immediately. Going up an incline the car down shifts to 5500 RPM way-over powering the car. Perhaps the most annoying thing to me, the transmission kicks up and down on shallow declines - never had this in any automatic before. If you care about a smooth transmission run don't walk away from the 4cyl automatic 2007 camry.

By Bucci on August 2 @ 1:50 pm
XLE V6 w/Navigation
WOW! I bought an '07 Camry XLE loaded with Navigation, quick start button & have nothing but compliements. Heads turn everywhere you go, people are always commenting how nice the car is etc. It has excellent acceleration. The navigation works flawlessly, comfortable seats. Would definitely recommend this model to anyone.

By Darren on December 18 @ 12:03 am
Best car out there under 30k!
I bought the SE V6 4 months ago, and I have to say this is the best car you can buy out there for under 30k! It's fast, rides great, roomy, and looks awesome! Everywhere I go It turns heads. People say it looks like a cross between a Lexus front, and a BMW rear end. You can't go wrong with this car!

By larso on December 22 @ 11:16 pm
#1 yoda fan
I had an '05 grand prix previously. You can't compare its ride, fuel economy and elegant, but sporty design to any other vehicle within it's price raange. My whole family own's toyotas and they say one you buy one you'll never own any thing else. Now I now why!

By MPD on December 18 @ 10:46 pm
Excellent car but...
I am extremely happy with the new camry, I forget I am driving a family sedan. The ride is refined, steering is tight, plenty of interior space, the exterior design is refreshing to look at. The only negative is the shifting of the transmission from 40+ mph to 10-15 mph when turning or slowing for traffic, acceleration takes a second or two to kick in after "stepping on the gas". The cruise control flutters and jolts on highway inclines and declines.

By Denis on August 7 @ 8:03 pm
Utterly disappointed!
This will be the second 2007 SE Camry that I’ve had since buying the vehicle in early July 2006. The first one was returned to the dealer, on the day of delivery, because of excessive rattling noises coming from the interior, especially the back right side of the car. After an additional two week wait for a replacement, our second Camry is no better. We’re still dealing with unwanted creaks and rattles. My wife and I are utterly disappointed in this vehicle. The only positive to come from this ugly process is the pleasure that I derive from knowing that I will never be foolish enough to buy another Toyota. Seriously, re-consider your purchase.

By Christopher on May 21 @ 11:46 am
It's pretty much what I expected
I test drove both the 4cyl and V6. Both were really smooth. I went with the 4 cyl due to less cost and better mpg. I previously had the 2003 Camry SE. The 07 has better handling. It doesn't lean when turning like the prior model. So far the quality appears to be strong, as expected. I'm a sales manager on the road 25K+ miles per year, so reliability is important. The car does get a lot of looks from fellow drivers. I'd like to think they were looking at me, but regrettably it's just the car.

By Papa on July 11 @ 12:43 am
What a Letdown
Comparing it to my '03 Camry, I have been frustrated by this car's lack of reasonable performance. The engine has a horribly long hesitation when trying to accelerate and the transmission downshifts with the slightest throttle pressure and on the most minor upgrades. I have averaged 25 mpg over 3800 miles, which is substantially less than the 30mpg I averaged with my '03. The dealer and factory have evaluated the car and agree with my concerns, but say there is no solution at this time. Buyers of 4-cyl 5AT - do extensive test drives on at least two different Camrys and compare to several competitors.

By Geek with cars on July 1 @ 10:40 am
Boring, quiet, but great resale
This is my second Camry and I certainly like the feel and look of it, however, there are some mechanical flaws with the tranny that have made me question the purchase. It rides quietly but is so vanilla that handling wise I find myself bored. Some may find that good, but the car cannot be pushed on ramps or tight turns. In the end it will be a great car for 16 year old daughter to drive. For me, I think I am going to need something else soon

By jedininja on December 25 @ 1:46 pm
Way More Than I Expected
I just picked up a 2007 Camry SE V6 and I have to say I am more than happy with it. I test drove the competition. I decided on the Camry because of the value and gas mileage. Overall, its probably the best car in its class and strives for the next class up.

By Buyer Beware on March 5 @ 9:36 am
Whats up with the tranny??
we bought the 2007 Camry for the fuel economy. I was hoping to get 32 mpg but it runs around 25-29 mpg. Anyway the biggest drawback to the car is that you can not use the cruise control in any small hill. This car will rev up to 5500 in a second and it almost drives me crazy. Oh and the brights don't turn off anymore on mine. So much for toyota.

By xtremeshopper on September 22 @ 1:53 am
Researched Heavily - Camry #1 By Far
WOW! Smooth and responsive interior is as luxurious as you can get without slapping an L on the grill. I only had to buy the CE model because it comes very well equipped. Since I've had it I've put 5100 miles on it and not even a hint of any problems! If any one is even considering buying a new car i highly recommend the camry over any other vehicle! It's roomy, stylish, affordable, and if estimates are true I'll get the best trade in value when i'm done!

By JENNJEEPB on March 5 @ 7:10 am
Sport Model (Love It)
This is our first toyota. Everyone we have spoken with stated we made the best choice. Take a look at used car lots, why do you wonder? you see very few used toyota on used car lots. People buy them and run them for 300,000 and 400,000 happy miles.

By franc on July 19 @ 11:20 pm
Very disappointed!
Comparing it to my 00 and 04 Camry, there is no comparison. If this was the first Camry that we bought it certainly would be the last. The transmission hesitates, also downshifts, hunting between gears, then lurches (safety issue). This is all very very annoying especially when the dealer tells you that this is "NORMAL" operation. I wish I had my 2004 4 cyl Camry back, I would have given it a 10 review.

By Candy Perala on September 25 @ 5:53 pm
Love my Camry, never go back to Cadillac
The ride is excellent in this car. I was a bit leary about trading in my cadillac due to high milage but have decided this is the way to go. I want a car that is dependable and dosn't break down every 500 miles!

By Kelly on August 21 @ 7:53 pm
My 5th Toyota & LOVE it!
I've already put 8800+ miles on it and it's done well so far. Had a small problem with a tire sensor light coming on, took it into dealer, they tightened it and so far so good. Traded my Highlander for it for better mileage w/ gas prices so high. Drove it from WA. to AZ. and back and it handled like a charm, the seats were comfy as well (and I have a bad back). This is a great commuting car. I would say if you are thinking about it, go for it. I still own my 1997 CAMRY and it's also still going strong with no problems as well. Overall, a great car!

By bvon on March 14 @ 2:56 am
Camry not that good
After purchasing my 2007 Camry, which was a hassle because the salesman was pushy, I started having trouble with the transmission slipping! On top of that some interior trim pieces didn't match and one fell off! I'm shocked. Toyota has this "supposed" impecable quality. I can now say that it is all rumors spread around. I did not buy this car based on looks. It is pretty weird looking, the big front bulg is horrid. I bought it for reliable driving, and I have to say it has failed. I'm looking to trade it for another vehicle, and I heard that new Saturn Aura would be perfect, plus it looks are nice.

By Chuck W. on July 24 @ 8:50 am
Transmission woes! Beware!
We looked at the '07 Impala and settled on the Camry SE. Gas mileage is terrific. Safety was #1 and mileage was #2. We love the ride with one exception.... the auto transmission is very poorly designed and Toyota hasn't decided what to do. When approaching a stop with little or no gas pedal pressure, the transmission downshifts normally until the car shifts gears and suddenly lurches ahead at a higher speed. This is very disturbing and perhaps even unsafe because now I have to apply much more of the brake to stop. It is a very surprising and unnatural experience. Will most likely be our last Toyota.

By jhunter on August 22 @ 10:13 am
Dissappointed
Most people I talked to said they loved their Camry and would buy another one. As of right now I would not. My '07 Camry pulls to the left and I have taken it in twice and the dealership says it is fixed. Like others have said the cruise is not the best and sits at 5500 RPM's for an extended period of time and accelation is poor from stop signs most of the time. Also, the shifting in the transmission is herky jerky.

By CRUIZIN on June 12 @ 3:36 pm
Cruizin Camry
I got this 32 MPG/Highway vehicle for $200 under invoice. I really can't complain about this vehicle. My car did, however, have a small rip in the rear leather armrest. Toyota took care of the rip, but you can still notice the patched up area if you look at it carefully. I definitely reccoment using Edumunds to buy your next vehicle. It will save you a lot of time and will get you a good deal.

By mhwinkle on July 27 @ 4:46 am
camry fan
this is our 2nd camry! the last one took us around for 250,000+ miles of family fun. probly would have lasted longer but we need to have a TOTALLY reliable car for work. our 1992 camry still looked good, ran great, and was a part of the family, i cried when we traded it in! our family grew from 2 to 5 in 3 years and that camry always accomidated us with enough space!!! thank god for that great big trunk! at one time i hauled aroun 2 strollers a portocrib and huge dipper bag~ still always having enough room for my shopping bags!!!!! the new camry is a dream to drive and i can not get over the engine!!! we live in a hilly area and never has it had a rough shift feel...simply amazing.

By becky on September 13 @ 4:23 pm
best car out there and very stylish
this car is amazing.. i fell in love with it before it became popular.. i had to order the se when i never even saw what it looked like in person since no dealership had the se in stock and they only make 10% of the se's.. i recommend this car to anyone.. the se is especially good for younger drivers, since it has ground effects, sunroof, and a nice sound system and nice color dials

By Bernard on February 18 @ 2:00 pm
Awesome Car!
I love this car. i read all the reviews and went with ppl's comments. blue tooth is cool, dual climate control, heated seats. i love the second screen in the speedometer. aux jack for ipod and a control holder on the side. smooth, quiet ride compared to my old '95 corolla. great deal, but in high demand.

By Allen on April 7 @ 6:03 am
To get better performance--try
I,to,have had with hesitation,especially when starting out in the morning, or general slugishness. I began using 93 octane fuel about 3000 miles ago.The results were a VERY noticeable improvement. I am guessing that the computer chip that regulates ignition "advance', or some other function, was not a good match for the standard 87 octane fuel. My fuel economy has,the best that i can measure, increased enough to mostly compensate for the 20 cents higher price of the fuel. Even my wife comments on the improvement. The "07" Camry (with the 4 cyl engine) is a fine auto -- my dealer did all that he could to help, but with no "factory letter" on the problem, he was some what lost.

By diego on August 23 @ 10:20 am
beautiful ride
I just love how quiet and confortable this ride is.

By Shellrehm on July 30 @ 6:53 pm
I love my Camry
I love my camry. I have owned it for 6 months and i have 16k miles on it. Best car I've ever owned.

By Camry Ted on August 26 @ 2:00 am
4 months of research pays off !
I have owned the 07' Camry SE V6 since May, and I must say that it was worth having to do 4 months of research to buy this car.I test drove and compared similar 4 door sedans like the Maxima, Accord, Mazda6, and noticed that none had all the features,performance,comfort ,safety,and looks that the Camry has.Plus to get the great MPG for a 268HP engine is amazing! The ride is quiet-takes bumps smoothly.The acceleration is not the best, but once it gets going it GOES! Plenty of leg and headroom all around the car.Gauges are well placed and well lit at night.I would highly reccomend this car If your looking for a sporty, roomy, 4 door sedan with good gas mileage

By Henry 31 on December 26 @ 4:50 am
Shifts a lot
In many ways this is a very fine car, quiet, good looking, rides and handles well and thus far has been absolutely trouble free. The air conditioning is good and the radio is excellent. It has one characteristic however that can be annoying.I live in level terrain and this camry has a tendency to shift on all overpasses and even slight upgrades when going against the wind. It does shift smoothly but I would now would have to look closely at competing brands before buying this car again. You can nurse this car over these overpasses if the cruise control is not on, but I love cruse control and cruise control can prevent a lot of speeding tickets.

By Ed Kizer on April 4 @ 10:23 am
Great Car
This is our second Camery we had a 1995 liked it so much bought a 2007

By CarNut4UinTx on March 27 @ 10:03 am
Buyer's Remorse
Having tested the Imapala, the Accord, the Charger and then the Camry, we opted for the latter. Sadly, we are overcome with SERIOUS buyer's remorse. MPG is not better than 24mpg w/the 4CYL, the transmission slips, the throttle by wire has been non- responsive on several occasions, the ergonomics are "off", and the dealership is very proud of their product, too proud. Ohhhh Toyota, what happened? We bought the car for the reliabilty, but the car has been in the shop six times now, in 8 weeks!

By LittleMaster on October 27 @ 11:06 pm
I like it
I never liked toyota before, but this car is great.

By nutcake on August 13 @ 5:33 pm
An Amazing Buy
I love this car. The key less entry is great for shopping. It drives really smoothe. This is my third Camry, I had a 96', 98', and now a 2007. Very roomy.

By Rose on December 16 @ 8:56 am
does anyone else have this problem?
This is my first Toyota after yrs of driving GM cars. Every time it rains, water collects inside the door and when you open it, rain falls on the seat. You have to carry paper towels to wipe it up or have a wet butt! Also, I'm glad to know I'm not crazy about the way it shifts; I thought it was just me!

By brian arnott on October 17 @ 5:26 pm
the greatest car ever made
i love this car because its easy for my 65 y/o uncle who had a stroke to get in and out of and all my friends like the looks and even the younger kids at work like it and say thats the kind of car they want my boss would buy one in the future and even my grandfather is considering buying one i love playing my ipod on it it sounds better then a cd

By Daniel McCain on October 18 @ 5:03 pm
Great New Model the Camry
This car drives great in any situation I've been in. Fuel economy is great and that is a huge plus. Very comfortable ride. Quality of assembly is outstanding. I love the new Camry.

By Chris on February 11 @ 6:36 pm
Shame On Toyota
Toyota has just given American car manufacturers a leg up by putting out this inferior car. This car has a serious/dangerous hesitation problem. Unpredictable acceleration including hesitation when pressing on the gas while moving for up to 3 seconds. When making a left turn, feeding onto a highway or giving it gas while moving the car hesitates for up to 3 seconds before moving! It goes nowhere! When it finally gets moving the acceleration is sluggish. Have almost been reaer ended twice because of this defect. This is a lawsuit waiting to happen. SHAME ON TOYOTA!

By metal on December 6 @ 5:43 pm
2007 Camry SE V6 - Excellent for us...
We have about 2200 miles on our SE V6 and we really love this car. It is a very comfortable car that gives us options that we never had on previous vehicles. I highly recommend the V6...it is a very nice engine and so far we have enjoyed every aspect of our car. The rear seat leg room is quite large, moonroof is great, and the handling of the SE is much better than I ever expected from a Camry. My wife drives this car more than I, but I always want to go places when the car is available. We test drove other cars such as the 2005/2006 Accords, 2005/2006 Altimas, 2005 Jetta, and 2005 Camry and found the 2007 Camry to have everything we wanted.

By Dan on July 11 @ 8:13 am
No Regrets
I have owned my Camry for only 2 months; however, I have not had a single problem with it. As everyone says, the ride is very smooth and quiet. The car is truly a pleasure to drive. All of my friends and family compliment the car. My passengers are expecially happy with it and love the room, comfort, and adjustability. On longer trips, however, they have a tendency to fall asleep--which I think emphasizes how comfortable, smooth, and quiet it is. The car is also well loaded with features--many of which are adjustable. The 4 cylinder Camry has sufficient hp and acceleration for reasonable merging and passing; however, a bit more would go a long way.

By NYCAT on August 25 @ 5:03 am
No Power
Something has to be done about the acceleration,(looking to get rid of it) You can floor the gas pedal and it takes a while to kick in I've had people right up to my rear end in a matter of seconds because it takes too long to get up to high speeds on major highways

By Frank and Susan on February 5 @ 5:53 am
Our first Toyota
We drove alot of cars before we decided on the Camry. We test drove a Honda Accord,Ford Fusion,VW Jetta,Saturn and Mercury. We liked the looks of the 2007 Camry and knew that Toyota was a great selling car. You can't go wrong with a Camry LE.

By Chris on November 18 @ 8:23 pm
Pretty nice car
So far so good. This is my first camry and so far it's great. The cloth interior is great and the 4 cylinder has tons of power for such a small engine.

By Prime Health on June 20 @ 11:10 pm
Sold !
The ride is smooth, sweet, and in zone.

By Florida Camry Owner on November 14 @ 2:36 pm
I just like it
I bounced back and forth between a fully-loaded Accord, Infiniti G35, and this car. I have to say that I have been very pleased with this vehicle. It rides like a dream and you can barely tell its running when in idle. The sound system is incredible, the seats are comfortable, the controls are ergonomic and straight forward and the take off power is quite impressive. I've gotten a lot of positive feedback about the appearance, inside and out. This is a solid good looking car.

By Michael on May 1 @ 8:20 am
I love this car!
I really like the new exterior styling of this car. It's a step in the same direction as the more aggressive look that Chrysler has taken, without being overbearing. The 4 cyl engine is surprisingly powerful compared to other 4 cyl's I've owned. The interior is very quiet at highway speeds.

By Chuck on February 23 @ 9:40 am
The Herky Jerky Car
As a twenty year devout Toyota owner, I regret greatly that I bought this car. Acceleration is anything but smooth, especially when the engine is cold or the air conditioning is on, but it will unpredictably falter on you even with no air conditioning and a hot engine. This is the most frustrating nuisance and can occur just when you need that expected response most - creating a danger as well. Visits to the shop result in them telling me that it is functioning as desinged. "Get used to it" is the best they can tell me. Test drive before you buy. I am told that not all 2007 Camrys perform like mine.

By allura on November 19 @ 3:20 pm
Disappointment on Camry
I purchased this camry, three weeks ago, acceleration is a major problem, just not like the older models of camry, was in a accident, hit on the front right side, right fender, car was considered total loss, not fixable, I would not purchase another camry disappointed is this 2007 camry, gas mileage is not as good as prior years, i had to purchase another vehicle, it was not a camry, made in ky, it was a solid 2007 toyota RAV4 made in japan. I was a dedicated toyota customer for years. what happen to the camry this year. shame, shame, shame

By scionmaster on March 12 @ 6:30 pm
camry fever
this car is awesome!! toyota is write that this car is more than just a car my friends and my family loves it, i always get attention with this car....

By Poncho on November 15 @ 10:40 pm
Very over rated!!!!
The 07 Camry is over rated! It's automatic transmission is jerky and sometimes hesitant about changing gears. Engine is pretty quiet overall but doesn't feel any faster than older models. Trunk space is mediocre with intrusive hinges and reliabilty has fallen off from past versions. The front end styling needs improvement. The interior is fairly pleasant but suffers from too much hard plastic and some poor fits!

By DCWebGeek on May 21 @ 8:43 am
Take It For What It Is
The 2007 Camry is a great car. It is not meant to be a sports car. It is a sporty sedan. I recommend that you consider getting it in the V6 model because of the cars weight. The 4 cylinder just is not enough power. I love the way my V6 drives. The handling is great. The fuel efficiency of the vehicle is great. I saved so much on gas. If you are looking for a fun sedan, I recommend that you buy it.

By JQ on April 27 @ 5:00 am
Love it!
I already loved the camry but when they came out with the 07 model I just fell in love the styling, gas milage and everything else I just love

By shatan on September 15 @ 4:20 am
Excellent Car!!!!!!!!
After getting the TSB EG056-06 done, this car just flies. No more hesitation issued and no shifting concerns. Luxurious interior, great MP3 player addition. I highly recommend Camry over other vehicles.

By Ishtiaq on February 2 @ 7:23 am
Great car at this price leverl
Ride is very smooth and quite. Great safety feature. I got 35 highway mileage with ac on and combined 28/29 mile per gallon with ac on.

By tom totalo on November 5 @ 10:13 am
exceptable not exceptional
I liked the car prior to buying but after three months I don't care for it any mor. Perhaps because I've driven a friends '07 Honda.

By My Camry on June 3 @ 10:13 am
Awesome Camry
This car is fantastic. Very comfortable, quite and smooth ride. Adequate power and good MPG. I am really happy I decided on the Camry over the Accord and Sonata

By WLamey on September 12 @ 9:26 am
I Love It.
Great performance, great gas mileage (even with the V6), superior quality - I always thought of a Camry as just a practical family sedan. It is all that and more. Its fun to drive and I love the luxury.

By mohemmed on April 7 @ 3:06 am
Best car to drive
Dream car enjoy to drive perfect handling

By FMH on May 31 @ 8:20 pm
No surprises
Nice gas mileage for a family car. extremely smooth acceleration and the six speed makes it quick.Very happy with the first 3000 miles.The 400 watt stereo ugrade is a must and blue tooth is nice.Almost a Lexus es350!

By Andrew on July 27 @ 2:36 am
Good Car, Sloppy Transmission
The added molding gives the SE a very clean and sharp look. The sunroof actually comes down and slides between the exterior and interior thus minmizing wind noise at speed. The leather interior is worth the money. The power seats have excellent "adjustments". The Bluetooth option works perfectly. The gas milage is pretty close for highway milage. In short, the car is nearly everything you can expect for the $29.4k version. However, the transmission is sloppy. It is something I have just come to my mind that I will have to deal with it. It shifts at unusual times on deceleration thus making your breaking non-constant (you can feel lurches).

By Moondog452 on November 8 @ 12:06 am
Loved it immediately
Great family car. My last 3 cars have been Toyotas and this one is every bit as good as the others and maybe more. The best car in this price range. It is a pleasure to drive and it has Toyota quality written all over it. If you are looking for a sedan in this price range don't buy until you try the 2007 Camry LE.

By Unhappy on January 12 @ 7:13 am
BEFORE YOU BUY
I have owned a Camry for 13 years. Loved my last one '94. I hate this one. It shifts hard, has a lot of play in steering, has quite a few blind spots & the interior is cheap plastic which scratches very easy. My '94 had no play in the steering even with 173K miles on it. I have to keep both hands on the wheel with this one. Headrest very uncofortable when seat is upright. When you test drive make sure you pay attention to all this. I didn't because I thought I couldn't go wrong buying a Camry. Will be trying to sell & buy different car soon & I am a person who keeps my cars till they don't run anymore. I am so disappointed. Beware!

By belaircarguy on September 15 @ 12:53 pm
Buyer Beware
Traded my 03 Camry 4 cylinder auto for the 07 4 cylinder auto. Toyota made many improvements since 03, including more comfortable front seats, better rear seat room and comfort (rear seat is slightly higher than the front seats for easy view from the rear), air bags all around (front, front seats, side curtain), and better auto locks (these now unlock when you shift into park). Toyota made a real goof on the engine and transmission! The car hesitates (mostly when cold), and has a lack of power when accelerating from about 20-40. Transmission shifts up and down at highway speeds, which is annoying. Car pulled to the left (3 trips to the dealer to fix). Trans module replaced, but no help. Take a 4 cylinder with automatic out on the highway for an extended run. Use the cruise control and determine if you can live with the erratic up and down shifting! Perhaps the V6 is better.

By Demtrek on December 9 @ 5:56 am
Excellent all around car.
This is my 3rd camry. The previous 2 were wonderful problem-free cars. My new camry is their latest model and rides just as nice if not better then the other two. I tested about 4 other models and none rode like the camry. It is sheer joy to drive on long trips.

By PeterD on July 20 @ 6:20 am
My Camry Review!
My first Toyota product. I like it a lot. Great ride, engine, interior, gas mileage. Well built. The audio system is awesome, as is the Bluetooth technology.

By Curt I on October 6 @ 8:43 pm
Baby Lexus?
Overall, a very competent car. Some have found the transmission shifts too much, but it's only trying to keep the engine in the 2000-2500 rpm range around town where there's some torque available. If you've owned a manual shift sports car, you will know what it's trying to emulate. When the engine is cold, the acceleration off the line is very sluggish, but it is quite adequate when the engine warms up. (We'll have to see what this is like in a New York winter.) Overall, a lot of thought is evident: the auto- off headlights, the little drawer for keys, etc. So far, it's trouble-free, except for a squeak from the dash -- which you wouldn't hear if the car weren't so quiet!

By Jerry Trew on October 23 @ 10:13 am
2007 Toyota Camry LE
This was the first Camry I have bought and I had never had a four cyl before. I was surprise at the power of it, and driving 250 miles in a heavy rain storm the stability and ABS braking to prevent skiding was wonderful. I do not find the front seats as comfortable as the seats in my old 96 Ford taurus. Overall I am please with the 2007 Camry.

By Trey B on March 30 @ 5:40 pm
Excellent Value
Prior to purchasing my Camry, I test drove a number of cars including Lexus IS250/350 and Mercedes. Although impressive, the price for the cars were not commensurate to the perceived value. The XLE V6 fully loaded is a great value for thousands less. It is fun to drive and really has great body features.

By KD on September 23 @ 8:56 pm
07 camry
I used to own a 2000 camry that I had zero problems with. So I got another one. However, this one wasn't the same. The seats are way to low to the ground making long drives uncomfortable. Also, the accelerator is delayed a few seconds which is the most annoying thing I've ever seen.

By dacow on March 17 @ 9:53 am
Exceeds expectations
I ordered this car without seeing the inside or driving the model year. I just trusted the brand and I have to say it has exceeded my expectations. I have had a couple of 4cyl. cars in the past and this far and away blows them out of the water. It has plenty of power for my needs and I have noticed no transmission problems at all. It is an extremely quiet and smooth ride. Looks great rides great. I had leather put in after sale and its good, not great but good. Overall car has exceeded my expectations.

By Jay on July 3 @ 1:06 am
Incredible Car
In one word, AWESOME! This car is amazing, and can really move. I had the previous model with the V6 engine and loved the way it moved and shifted gears without struggeling. The new camry blows that one away. The ride is quieter, the car faster, the exterior and interior looks better. For all interested in getting a car that performs better than some BMWs, this is it. It is faster from 0-60 than the BMW 330i and has a higher top speed than the 530xi. Congrats to all that own it, I know I'm happy with it.

By GMB on August 13 @ 5:23 pm
Wanted it the first time I saw it!
I just purchased this car last week and already have 400 miles on it. All I can say is: WOW! I really like the performance of the V-6, enjoy all the features (I traded in a 2000 Dodge Intrepid). I had to wait for the dealer to get one in and I had to put down a deposit. Great handling, great sound, roomy (a must for me as I'm 6'3"). Love the option of 6 speed throw shift or going across the column to the automatic. This is the seventh car I've owned and my first import. The handling is tremendous like I'm riding on rails. Steering has great response. I tried the heated seat option for the first time and that was fantastic as well. Trim is excellent. THANKS, TOYOTA!

By Khoa on September 11 @ 11:06 am
Great Car!
I've owned an 03 Camry LE and there is no comparison to this car. The new design is very aggressive on Toyota's part and the interior design is very contemporary. The suspension on the SE is "sport" to every sense of the word. The steering is much tighter than past Camry's.

By Steve Martin on March 19 @ 6:16 am
YOU'VE GOTTA GET ONE!!
I've only had my 2007 SE 4-cyl Camry for a few days now. I love the way it looks and handles. I had a 97 Camry LE for 9-1/2 years & put 187k miles on it. I'm amazed at how far Toyota has come with this model. The ground effects, curves & rims give it a very Lexus-like look. I hope to get another 9-1/2 years out of this one!!

By neil0311 on October 30 @ 9:50 pm
So far... so good!
Had my XLE V6 for a little more than 30 days and 2K miles. No issues at all. Hwy fuel economy with the V6 is close to many 4 cylinder vehicles. Very quiet and comfortable ride, more than enough power. Cornering is a little sloppy, but on the highway things are very smooth.

By Nick on March 26 @ 1:53 pm
What a Car
This is a wonderfully designed automobile, fun to drive, quiet, responsive. Can't say enough about the styling, looks totally European. Kudos to Toyota, they have their hand on the pulse of the public.

By centauri on August 11 @ 3:00 am
Nice experience
Got my SE 4cyl in September after one month of waiting. This is my first new car after the old 1995 Nissan altima. It is very nice in the highway, but it is not very good in the city especially with the acceleration problem. Don't like the volume control on the wheel, it takes a long time to kill the volume if you have to get a call.

By brian penniall on December 3 @ 1:26 am
Toyota delivers
Owned 2 previous Camrys and was sick of the boringness, sluggish acceleration and performance, but loved their dependability and durability. I test drove Infiniti's G35 and was pondering spending the extra $ for it when a friend and I stopped by the Toyota dealership just for a look-see. WOW! They have changed the Camry. In terms of bang-for-your-buck it blew away the overpriced G35. Acceleration and handling are excellent with good fuel efficiency. I opted not to get the Nav. system but other than that it has all the bells and whistles for under 30k. Transmission is a little different than previous Camrys (downshifts at strange times) but MPG and better accel. are worth the transmission.

By aravind on December 12 @ 3:43 pm
A review to help you avoid regret
I bought this car smitten by its exterior look and interior comfort. Yes, it is very comfortable, esp for the price paid. The interior is classy, the standard MP3 is useful, the host of curtain bags and standard features add to the plus. Also the car is very quiet and looks like a lexus. However the infamous hesitation is so very apparent. I drive in rush hour bay area traffic and it is just a huge letdown. The start is very bad. The 20-40 mile range hesitation is worse. The transmission is just terrible. Period. And it is not just the 4 cylinder syndrome. I drive a 94 Nissan GXE which I prefer over the new camry. That should explain it. It is downright dangerous to merge on freeways.

By J.F. on November 13 @ 8:56 am
Poor take off
I like my 2007 Camary Toyota. But there are a few things I do not like about it. (1) it has a very slow take off. It could cause some accidents. Thinking you have enough time and room to pull out, when in fact you do not. I wait rather then take chances. (2) my check engine light came on twice. First is was when I filled up the gas tank and was told that I did not tighten the cap UNTIL it clicks. 2 weeks later it happened again and they had to replace something under the hood. (3) I do not get good radio stations. There is a lot of static. (4) no automatic rear view mirror. I drove a Toyota Avalon, before I guess I got spoiled. (5) I am disappointed with the gas mileage.

By Doug on September 10 @ 3:06 pm
Looks Aren't Everything.
4 cylinder gets good mpg but no pickup. Coming out of a corner and you need some pickup, forget about it. The acceleration is terrible. 5 months old already replace rotors and brakes. Toyota did not want to replace without me paying for it. I put a lot of miles on a car. Camry is 5 months old already have 20k on it. Tire noise stinks. Vibration in front end that Toyota can't find. Interior rattles. Bluetooth is awful. You can't have the a/c on or the moonroof even cracked. I had to yell just to get through a call. Car overall is terrible. Would not buy another Camry EVER!!

By JTR on April 13 @ 8:26 pm
Smooth, Comfy Ride
The car is great. I didn't even plan on getting a Camry and test drove it just for fun. Turns out, it was one of the smoothest, most comfortable rides ever. Plus, for a 4 cyl this thing has some speed. I drove a V6 before and really can't tell much of a difference.

By Tom on April 15 @ 7:53 am
Another great car
Like the Toyota a lot. 4th Camry owned. Give this 2007, 4 cyl, a 90, or B+. 4 cyl a little under powered, (my '96 was better). Do not like radio controls on steering wheel. When turning wheel with palm of hand, the stations change! Also same happens when I "toot" the horn (my fault). Would like to see better gas mileage too. Car is noiser than my '96 Camry. But still a great bargain in today's market.

By AF on April 3 @ 3:33 am
2007 Toyota Camry SE V6 W/ 19" TRD Rims Rules!!
I have owned a Maxima SE in the past, in my opinion '07 Camry SE-V6 is a much better performance car. Especially with the 19" TRD wheels/Michelin tires package. You will love this car. Superb handling, performance and comfort. Overall, an excellent choice vehicle.

By Brown on October 29 @ 2:23 pm
2007 Camry
An excellent car for any age. More power, and excitement than the last generation Camry. No comparison with the competition. Toyota has out done themselves this time.

By patrickht on April 29 @ 4:20 am
Poor fit and finish
I like the car its good looking and has a nice ride. The fuel economy is decent but not has good as the sticker promises. I have averaged about 24 MPG since I have it. The fit and finish quality is poor. When the driver's door is closed there is a tight fit between the door and dash. When the door on the passenger's side is closed the gap is a quarter of an inch! Toyota's quality is slipping. Out of 11 Camrys on the lot 6 of them had this same defect. When I complained to the dealer they told me that it's the way the car was built and to fix it they would have to take the dash apart. I was shocked at this response, I expected more.

By Sam on May 2 @ 5:36 pm
2007 Camry Design Flaws
I own my 2007 Camry SE since April 2006. I have seen the following problems: 1.) Hesitant response of the engine to the gas pedal, it can be a safety issue on highway. 2.) Water on the seat when you open the car door or roll down the window, in a slight rain. 3.) Rattling dashboard when the car is cold. 4.) Uncomfortable head restraint, too close to my head. I hope that Toyota would call me some day to offer a fix to the hesitant engine response, as I am really disappointed with this car's performance. I'd like to keep this car for years, but sometimes this hesitation problems bothers me so badly that I think to trade this 6 month old car with something more reliable.

By ED on March 28 @ 9:33 am
Great car
I have driven this car less than a 1000 miles and I like it. My only complaint is not sufficient foot room between the accelerator and the brake pedal. My size 14' s sometimes get caught under the brake pedal. NOT GOOD!!!!!

By joe on April 19 @ 3:26 pm
My 2007 Camry XLE
I am a 72 year old white male. After driving this Toyota for 3180 miles, I am more than pleased with handling, economy, fun of driving, ease of parking, quiet ride and excellent vision to the outside. Appx. 2000 miles were on a trip north on I-95 the rest of the mileage was in Daytona Beach, FL and surrounding area. on my 2000 mile trip gas mileage in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina was 32.7, as I edged into the mountains of NC and Virginia, the mileage fell to 30.9. In town driving the mileage has been 20.1. I have used 87 octane fuel. I would still select this automobile knowing what I have now experienced. The new semi manual gear shifting added pleasure in the mountains.

By asmith9779 on June 29 @ 8:23 am
Outstanding new auto experience.
Purchased the Camry for my wife. It has everything except global positioning. Gets 31 to 37 MPG at 70 MPH. Depends on gas quality & wind conditions. It gets around 24-26 MPG with our town & highway driving. My wife and I are very impressed. She had a Olds 98, & I have a 93 Cadillac. Hard to believe, but the Camry drives & rides better than either GM car. At 15000 miles, there have been absolutely no problems. Acceleration is excellent, contrary to what I expected from a 4 cylinder. It climbs hills far better than the Olds 98 V6 ever did. Altogether, it is a great car. We couldn't be more pleased.

By RLove on February 19 @ 3:00 am
Just As I Expected
This is our 7th Toyota and no surprises. Solid, high quality, comfortable and quiet. I get positive comments each day on the exterior/interior design. "Camrys have come a long way" is the typical response. I am please with all attributes of the vehicle. I am a little disappointed with the mileage but I do have a tendency to drive more aggressive in the model. I traded my 2003 RAV and have not doubted myself since. Nice job Toyota.

By Heiro on December 2 @ 7:03 am
Recall Needed
After driving this car for a month it is very obvious to me that there is a design flaw in the transmission. The acceleration is acceptable if a bit jerky but if you need to drive between 30 - 60 MPH you will not like this car. The transmission constantly shifts back and forth between gears. When this first started happening I though I may have had the emergency brake enabled or big gusts of wind kept hitting the car. This problem makes this car absolutely no fun to drive and makes me wish I had purchased something else.

By Elizabeth on May 7 @ 10:10 am
2007 Toyota Camry
My 2007 Camry rocks!!! Acceleration, braking, pickup, everything about the car is awesome! The car absolutely wants to fly. I had a '99 Camry before; it was great also, but the upgrades on this one are wonderful. It's quieter, faster, great fuel efficiency, more standard options, more room, the stereo is great. I just can't say enough about it.

By Check It on June 15 @ 7:23 am
Nice Car
It's a very nice car . I got this the 2nd week after release. I love it, no doubt it's an excellent car. Some people are saying it's slow with pickup, it's not true. If you are going for a family 4 cyl car that's what you will get. I don't see any issues with this.

By rb on July 6 @ 7:13 pm
Excited about a Camry
Thirty year old male excited about a Camry? I traded in an 03 Mazda 6s for a XLE V6 Camry. Interior materials are far better than my old Mazda and V6 power is nuts... a wolf in sheeps clothing when you hit the gas. While the Camry is much faster than the 6s, steering is a bit soft and not as responsive. Seats are comfortable, but wish the seat bottoms tilted back more into a bucket position. Stereo is amazing. Our 04 highlander also has premium JBL, but the new JBL is much better and even better than the Bose found in my old Mazda.

By Jeanine Fogler on May 28 @ 4:40 am
Best sports car on the road!
My last car was an F150 which I owned for eight years, 195,000 miles! I chose the Camry because of Toyota's reputation for building a car that is reliable and lasts. My friends say my car is just like a Lexus and I have to agree, very comfortable and beautiful. The wood detail is different from other luxury cars because of the light color. And when I need to move out the six engine is fast and furious! I am enjoying my car and highly recommend it to friends and family.

By Suzanne on October 10 @ 8:00 am
Love my Camry!
Love my Camry, it is fun to drive and big on the road, a big improvement from my altima. The desert sand is an awesome color.

By Jimrs on February 16 @ 8:10 am
I Like It
This is our first Toyota. We have driven a lot of different cars but so far this is the best of the lot. I'm 6'3" and I find this car very comfortable to drive or ride in. Better than the 2001 Blazer we traded in. Gas mileage on the first tank was 30.96 M.P.G. which is better than I expected to get. The little 4 cyl seems fine with plenty of power for our trips to town or wherever we want to go. It has better acceleration than the V6 Blazer had.

By gary owens on August 7 @ 8:20 pm
Excellent Buy
Never owned a Toyota until I bought the 2007 Camry. I have heard about Toyotas from friends about how they were excellent automobiles and one of the best automobiles to own. So when the wife wanted a new car I decided to check out the Toyotas and was hooked.The new Camry design is excellent and I am excited to own my Camry. When I go to buy another auto it will be a Toyota.

By S. M. M. on January 22 @ 7:10 pm
Awesome Car!!
I love my new Camry! It's fast, fun and eye catching! I chose the SE model over the XLE because I love the sporty look that the other models don't have. It's also very roomy for those with families and plenty of safety features! Don't hesitate, go get yours today!!

By jmstt on December 10 @ 2:46 pm
Great Car
I purchased this car because it had everything I was looking for. Performance, 0 to 60 in 6.1 seconds. Practicality, good interior space, easy to get in and out of including putting an infant in a car seat. Luxury, when I test drove this car I thought I was in a Lexus. It is very solid. The JBL radio with the handsfree bluetooth system is worth every penny. I couldn't believe how easy it was to pair with my cell phone. Every time I get in the car it automatically finds my phone. The sound quality is excellent and answering or dialing a call couldn't be easier. The six speed auto transmission is very smooth.

By Sunit Mathur on June 30 @ 9:26 am
Awesome Buy
This is my third Toyota. This time I traded in my 05 Camry LE to get the 07 Camry XLE. Only two words can describe this for me: "Awesome buy".

By Cheema on May 26 @ 10:03 am
Camry Shines in the Limelight Once Again
Though I had to go through the headaches of waiting nearly a month for my Camry since I wanted it fully loaded, I'll tell you, it was worth the wait. Plenty of power that rocks, and the stereo system is slamming. It's enjoyable to listen to music and best of all, you have Camry reliabilty to back it all up. The 16" alloy wheels are pretty nice and the smart key has some drawbacks, such as not opening all passenger doors. Other than that, technology is mind blowing on this sedan and performance is incredible, with a smooth and comfortable ride.

By Unhappy_Camry on September 13 @ 7:46 pm
Needs Improvement
I have my Camry since 3 months and I am already unhappy with it and planning to sell it. I am getting a very low MPG, around 20 Mpg which is making me very unhappy. The acceleration response is pretty bad and I am surprised how Toyota released such a product.

By Rating Camry LE on December 4 @ 3:46 am
Rating of Camry LE 2007
The look is much improved. Serious disappointment in gas mileage - particularly over my previous 1999 model. Interior is very nice and much improved. The car does have more power, is both wider and longer than previous models. There is a delay in the initial accleration. The ride is, as in previous models, very smooth and luxurious.

By JRTrin on March 31 @ 6:20 am
Great Fix for the Glitch
An article came out 2 weeks ago about Toyota having an upgrade on the sluggish shifting & hesitation for the Camry 2.4 5A. I took my car back to the dealer & they upgraded the engine software and calibrated the tranny. My car does not hesitate anymore & the auto shifting is smooth. Now I can say that this is an exciting car to drive. Good job Toyota, for correcting what should not have been in the first place. For owners who are having the same problem with the hesitation & shifting, I suggest that you bring it back to your dealer for the fix. You will feel the difference.

By Dee on July 28 @ 8:56 pm
My Dream!
I have always wanted a Camry and have not been disappointed with this purchase. We have been on two trips and this car has performed like a dream. I do wish the seat would "rise" somewhat. I am rather short and unfortunately put a big dent in rear door as I didn't see that pole! Does have some "air noise" when freeway driving. Other than that I am very pleased with the features. If it performs and lasts as well as the 91 Corolla sitting in the driveway, still running, I will be thrilled.

By Nellie on January 18 @ 3:30 pm
Not completely satisfied
Driven my new Camry less than 1,000 miles and not as pleased with it as my '00 Camry. Cruise control gains, RPMs accelerate up hill causing engine to make loud noise while using cruise control, higher in back making it harder to judge while backing up and transmission not completely smooth in take offs. Overall, I still like the car and love Toyota's reliability, so I'm banking on this one to hold up to their reputation.

By Nick on May 15 @ 12:33 am
Outstanding car
This is my first new car and I'm happy I went with the Camry. This car has plenty of pick up and go even with the in line four cylinder engine along with good gas mileage and handling. Not to mention the new body style is awesome. Overall everything is great and I'm now a loyal Toyota owner.

By lovesucker on May 6 @ 11:50 am
Awesome 2007 Camry SE V6!
After looking at many competitors, I made a final decision that I'm very excited about. The Toyota SE V6 is one incredible car. The power that comes with the V6 is such a great asset to have. While cruising at 80 MPH on the freeway, you can't even tell how fast you're going and if you need to gas it, boy, this car has some major power! It's clean and luxurious and the rear seats for the kids are very roomy. The Nav with bluetooth is something you just have to have. The bluetooth is so convenient and easy to use. I used to always want to hang up while driving on my cell but now I'll talk all day. I LOVE MY CAR!

By Rick on November 29 @ 4:30 pm
07 Camry XLE V6
I've had my new Camry XLE V6 since early November and have slightly less than 1,000 on the odometer. A couple plastic covers that hide the rear of the drivers seat rails have worked loose but I consider this to me a very, very small inconvenience. Overall, this is the nicest Camry I've ever owned (I've owned four in my lifetime including the original, first year 1983 model). The engine noise is almost non-existent and the ride so smooth and controlled. On the highway I've regularly averaged over 30 mpg at a steady 55 mph. Transmission is exceptionally smooth other than the first few shifts on a cold winter morning. It's really difficult to find anything about this car that isn't nice.

By Angie on January 2 @ 11:36 am
2007 Car of the Year
I bought this car because I knew it would be reliable transportation for many years. It's a great value for the money. Gets good gas mileage. It's dependable and economical, yet sporty. Interior is very nice. Controls are all in perfect spots for driving convenience.

By mae8596 on March 25 @ 2:53 pm
Great Car
I totaled my Scion tC a month ago and just bought a Camry LE 4cyl today. I have been quite impressed with the way it handles and the torque. It does surprisingly have a bit of "pep in its step" I am quite happy with this purchase and I would recommend this car. My brother referred this car to me and I have never been happier with a purchase.

By Gail on June 25 @ 10:03 pm
Delighted With Our Camry
Not a whit of problems with this car. Has not been back to dealer for any reason since we bought it in August. This is the fourth Camry in this family, and this one seems to be the best of any of them. Congratulations to Toyota for another excellent automobile.

By mjw612 on August 19 @ 7:13 am
Breath of fresh air (literally!)
Bought the car in May after totalling my '04 Jeep Liberty in Feb. With all the amenities, I feel like I'm in a much more expensive car! Temp controls on the steering wheel, Bluetooth works perfectly with my motorola, JBL sound system is crystal clear, AUX input is great for the iPod, and the car has a much more refined appearance than its predececssor. I like the "fraichir" fabric and actually prefer it somewhat over leather (especially on extremely hot or cold days!).

By Camry Cat on May 26 @ 6:50 am
Camry XLE V6 is fine but lacks features
Very quiet riding. Smart key is a great feature. Power lumbar is a nice touch for driver. Car is a big improvement over previously owned 2000 Camry XLE, particularly in handling and performance. Gas mileage on recent long trip was a disappointing 28-29 mpg. My overall impression is that Toyota left a lot of features off of the 2007 Camry that are available on its competitors' models, such as the Passat. Toyota by design wants to force you to consider the Avalon. Toyaota doesn't seem to get it that some people are willing to pay for those features on a 189" vehicle without getting a car as big as an Avalon.

By Eroc69 on July 1 @ 12:06 pm
New owner
I just picked up my 07 LE-V6 so I can't comment on the total overall package. I do love the look and the dual exhaust and obviously the engine. I will post a more detailed review in a few months. I can be picky so read here in a few.

By Big Disapointment on August 3 @ 5:23 am
Do NOT BUY
I have had my 07 Camry LE for a few months now, and I am extremely disappointed. I traded in my 04 Accord and it was the biggest mistake I ever made. I am terrified that I will not be able to accelerate when I need it. Toyota will need to address the lack of power, I have to be very aware of this issue prior to making any moves on the street. I also am not impressed with the quality. My previous Accord felt better on the road. This car is too boring and dull.

By delraybob on July 6 @ 11:06 pm
'07 Camry SE V6 One GREAT car.
This car drives fantastic, looks great, perfectly acceptable power and handling. A perfect balance of affordability, power, luxury and features. Ergonomics and engineering are second to none at any price. It is the only vehicle I have owned that I am totally pleased with. It is a great departure from my prior vehicles which include a Corvette, Dodge Ram, Sedan De Ville and Explorer. All of the above vehicles I liked but all had some type of issues. I am really pleased with the Camry so far. I have tinted the windows and may add some 18" or 19" wheels but that will be all. Everything else is perfect just as it is, from the one touch sunroof to the steering wheel mounted controls.

By len on October 18 @ 2:00 pm
Happiness/satisfaction
This is our fifth toyota camry in the past fourteen years. Each year's model got better than the previous one. This 2007 is the epitome of the Toyota's quality.

By Driver1 on January 19 @ 12:00 pm
Good buy
My driving experience thus far with the Camry has been positive. It handles well and the engine performs great for a 4 cyl. The engine is quiet and it accelerates well. The seating is relatively comfortable. Although I'm 6'2 tall and most sedans are not fun to get in and out of for me anyway. The only thing this car doesn't have is trunk space. If you have kids I would suggest a larger vehicle unless you intend on having only one child. Overall the car is fun to drive, it's reliable, and is awesome on the freeway for those 2-3 hr trips.

By Bill on February 20 @ 6:46 am
I love this car
This new Camry is terrific. I haven't experienced any problems at all. The ride, the fit and the build quality are what I was expecting after owning Toyotas in the past.

By Eric on September 13 @ 4:50 pm
Excellent
I always wanted a Camry and now that I have it I am very satisfied. For the price I couldn't have asked for a better performing, comfortable and stylish whip.

By Adrian on December 26 @ 2:30 am
Hot Car
This is my first Toyota, had a Nissan Altima 2.5S. The Camry by far is a better overall car. I love the 93hp more and the extra torque. This is an awesome car, can't get enough driving around. Now my commute to work is too short.

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