1998 Toyota Camry LE 2.2 four cylinder from North America
An entry level Lexus
My fuel system needed cleaning, which caused the accelerator to stick at 75,000 miles. My Toyota dealer said it can be caused by using low grade gasoline.
This is truly a reliable car.
However, I feel almost cheated because the quality is not up to par compared to the older models.
Particularly the 92-96 models. It's almost as if Toyota wanted to get as many fans as they could, by giving us the 92-96 Camry that rivaled Lexus quality, and then once they made as many fans as they could, they went to major cost cutting tactics.
Thus, they introduced the 97 model model. While it still is a great car compared to others in it's class, there is no comparison to older models.
I never figured Toyota to sell vehicles based on the reputation they created for those few short years, but apparently they did.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 9th August, 2002