The Camry is the ultimate cheap man's car
Replaced the motor and transmission.
Replaced constant velocity axles.
Brakes and struts.
Timing belt, gasket, seals, and water pump.
The car was purchased extremely abused about nine years ago (1500 dollars).
A teenager stuck in a snow bank over-revved the motor and blew a rod through the oil pan, also damaging the tranny as well.
A mechanic friend and I put a motor and tranny in the car (900.00).
We put on struts all the way around (600).
The car is spacious, luxurious, and has very good acceleration.
92-96 Camrys have been easy to repair and maintain for me. Being slightly mechanically inclined, I do most maintenance and repair myself.
There are a lot of parts to be found in junk yards.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 6th July, 2012