Well, let's see.
The front seats are worn badly, but I plan on solving that little cosmetic problem with seat covers.
Timing belt currently needs changed.
Problem with fuel lines; line is twisted and cracked, therefore leaking and keeping fuel from getting to the engine. I haven't been able to start it for quite a while now.
There's a leak somewhere in gas tank. I'm only able to put a quarter tank of gas in at a time. Any more, and it will all leak out.
Air conditioning doesn't work.
Has been known to stall at inconvenient times, such as at red lights.
Fuel filter may need changed. Can't remember if the previous owner changed it or not.
Trunk will pop open if you hit a bump hard enough.
Wiring problems, I guess you could say. Everything electrical and all lights work fine, but the inside of my trunk is a web of wires, and I can't put anything in there.
SERVICE ENGINE SOON light is constantly on.
Car is loud, but not overbearingly loud, or so loud that it's illegal, however.
Most of the things wrong with my Camry are very cosmetic or just highly annoying. Anything else is just general old car wear-and-tear. The car, as well as myself, is eighteen years of age. I wish I still had my 1998 Cavalier Z24 (was stolen from me by my dad), however, the Camry is still a good car as long as it is cared for properly.
My Camry XLE currently has 100000+ miles on it. I'm not sure of the exact number.
I only use Valvoline Pro-Synthetic oil.
Sound system is amazing; not original to the car, though, I don't think.
This car has been amazing on gas. It'll live on fumes.
Very smooth ride.
This car has been good to me, despite the short time I've owned it so far. However, I do not believe it is reliable, and am keeping an eye out for a new car, which I can afford. I am constantly paranoid that it is going to break down on me or that something else is about to go wrong. I have a very limited budget and cannot afford the repair and towing bills (yes, I have to tow it in order to have my grandfather fix the current fuel line issue due to where I live). I am sad to say that I think my Camry will soon see its better days within the next few years. It's very old, but I love this car and hope to see it run for a few more years.