2008 Toyota Camry SE 4 cylinder from North America
The stereo ate my CD's. I have the premium stereo with the 6 disk CD player, and it stopped ejecting them. The stereo was replaced under warranty. The stereo is a JBL, so it's hard to say that this was Toyota's fault.
If you get an SE model, be careful with tall curbs! The front spoiler is quite low, and I put a gash in the bottom of mine.
The Camry has been very enjoyable to own and drive. I'm averaging about 29 MPG with an average speed of 50 mph.
My previous car was a 2002 Honda Accord. In my opinion, I actually like driving the Camry better.
The car just works, and works comfortably. Almost nothing has gone wrong with the car, it's been very reliable.
I really like the looks of the SE model. Combine the SE with a 4 cylinder and you get decent performance and gas mileage. The SE model will still look good 10 to 15 years from now.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 29th November, 2012
This is why Toyota builds some of the best cars on the planet. Sturdy, reliable well-engineered vehicles. They not be the most exciting cars in the world, but they are about as good as you can get.
What planet? Neptune, Mars? Despite a few recalls, my 2009 Camry was low quality inside and out before it was traded in at a stunning 65k.
Problems from pealing clear coat, to worn seat cushions, to valves tapping in the cylinder head, to faulty A/C control panels.
All that was enough for me.
We had a 2001 Camry years back, and it developed a tapping noise that got worse and worse.
Then one day the engine seized. I looked at the oil dip stick, and before my very eyes... SLUDGE! $$$!
We had major issues on ours as well. We are on Earth, and they were not reliable whatsoever on our planet.
You Earthlings must be confusing the highly reliable Toyota with some other brand, as they consistently score among the highest automobile makes in quality & reliability surveys. :)
And these quality and reliability surveys mean NOTHING to us "Earthlings" who got stiffed on Toyota's notorious declining quality.
Must have been fooled by the huge Toyota sign and all the new cars inside and outside the dealership. Our bank was also fooled and granted our car loans. What's next with this guy, smoke and mirrors? You have a singular opinion. Don't feel you can speak for us. In a year from now, let's read the final score on this manufacturer and recall level for 2012. Until then, no more new Toyotas.
Wow, I'm glad to see people actually read my original post. To those that have experienced poor quality with your Toyota, I can feel your pain having owned various problem vehicles in the past. For future readers of this post, my comments are completely unbiased and based on an honest experience. Use them as you see fit, whatever planet you're on.