1992 Toyota Camry LE 2.2L inline 4 from North America
It just works. Really well
Nothing has gone wrong with the car that wasn't wrong with it when I bought it.
CV joint worn.
Driver's front speaker out.
Air bag light on (no airbag - good, because I wouldn't trust an inflator this old).
Broken heat knob.
Rides and brakes and drives smoothly.
It's very good at being average.
It does what I need it to, and it gives the impression that everything is easy for it.
I'm glad it's not an automatic, even though the clutch is grabby. Autotragic performance would be unacceptably slow.
The gauges are clear and gently lit.
The headlamps are not bright; so strange in a world of zillion-watt fog lamps in my mirror.
All of the power windows still work!
4-wheel discs stop the car well, with no drama, and the steering is not communicative, but responsive.
The seats still haven't ripped!
Doesn't fit a sousaphone very well. Go for the wagon instead, for bulky objects. I wish they hadn't cut the wagons for the Camry and Corolla.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 25th October, 2016