1990 Toyota Camry SE Station Wagon 2.0 petrol from Australia and New Zealand
We would buy another one tomorrow if they still made them
Springs and shock absorbers replaced at 60,000 (We did a lot of dirt road driving)
Windscreen replaced about 120,000 ks.
Clutch fork cracked at about 260,000 Ks.
CV boot split at about 250000 ks.
Front and rear engine mounts replaced about 250,000 kms.
Windscreen replaced and rust taken from above windscreen at about 255,000 ks.
Exhaust mainifold cracked about 260000 ks.
Radiator blew out & head gasket replaced at about 300000 ks.
Engine oil leaks soon after 300000 ks.
Rears suspension bushes, and front sway bar bushes repaced at about 315000 ks.
Rear door struts replaced about 320000 ks.
Starter solenoid contact repaired at 434000 ks.
Suspension strut inserts replace roughly every 120,000 kms.
Two alternators, 4 batteries, 5 timing belts so far in the life of the car. Many minor repairs over recent years.
The Camry Station Wagon has been a fantastic car. My wife doesn't want to get rid of it and wants it to see 500000 ks. It will do it too!
For reliability and performance I've not known better. Despite a few minor oil leaks the motor still pulls almost like new.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 12th June, 2006