20th May 2002, 12:55

I bought a 1995 Toyota Camry in 1997. It had about 35 - 40 thousand miles on it at the time. It's now 2002 and the car has 127,000 miles on it. Other than a weird "turning into parking spaces" issue it has, it's been a great vehicle. The seats, however, don't make for great road trips. The paint job on the hood is shot. If the seats were better and there was more leg room, I'd definitely buy another one. I recommend the Camry regularly.

17th Aug 2002, 17:43

1995 Camry LE, auto, 4 cylinder, 120,000 miles -- This was a great car until early last year. It began stalling, usually after coming off the freeway, but now stalls any time. Still love the car (especially the look) but have not been able to solve this problem. Initially took to dealer for repair; they found nothing, but still managed to charge me over $400. Anyone else had a similar problem and solved it?

7th Sep 2002, 22:56

I bought my 1995 Camry used and have owned it for 6 years.

My family owns 4 cars and it is the most reliable one we have. There has only been a few minor recent problems.

My paint is wearing off and I will soon need a new paint job.

The motor for my window had to be replaced.

I still get compliments on my car. It is a two door with spoiler and sun roof which makes it look sporty. I think I will have this car for years to come.

22nd Apr 2003, 14:02

I have a 1993 Camry and mostly love my car. I do however agree with some of the other comments I have read here. The seats are not the most comfortable, but the leg room is good overall. The paint on the front hood is shot and gives my car an undesirable look. I've heard that the Toyota Blue has a tendency to oxidize quickly when it gets hot, such as on the front hood area. I have had all of my motor mounts replaced due to a bad vibration and stalling. Afterward I still had the vibration. Had a tune up, but still a vibration. Recently, my car has begun to stall again and has difficulties in restarting. I think the brakes have given me the most difficulty. They need to be replaced every year to year and a half. Any suggestions regarding the stalling cause and solution as well as the vibration problem would be helpful.

20th Aug 2003, 09:30

I have a 1995 Camry LE 4cyl that I bought new and it has been very reliable. I do the oil/air/plugs myself and detail it regularly. My great dealer service department does the messy maintenance. It looks brand new, but has 125,000 miles on it. Both of my CV boots just split so that was a fairly expensive replacement, and I've replaced 3 exterior brake/signal bulbs, but that's about it! The rear brakes seem to need cleaning and adjustment annually. The dark green paint needs a lot of washing and care to look its best. I prefer a sportier ride and cornering which the Camry doesn't have, but otherwise it rides exceptionally smoothly. I expect it will keep running for many more years.

26th Jan 2004, 16:34

In August 2003, I purchased a 1995 Camry LE V6 with 58k miles on it from original owner, (yes all numbers match) I have put several thousand miles on it & have only had the 60k Service done. I can't say enough good things about this car. When it was checked out, the company said it looked like it had under 10k on it! Hope to get many more miles.

6th Apr 2004, 22:37

Sounds like a great car, I've owned Toyotas for years & have never had a serious problem either. The worst is the scheduled dealer maintaince. Best of Luck!

8th Jun 2004, 16:17

I have a 1995 Camry LE V6 bought when it came out, no problems at all! Just hit 200,000 miles.

10th Jan 2010, 22:24

I love the Toyota Camry LE 1995 2.2L. I bought it used with 150,000 miles on it. Now it has 240,000 on it, runs great, doesn't like the cold very much though, it gives me a hard time some cold mornings. But always starts and runs. Overall a most reliable car. But now I want something a bit faster. Great hwy gas mileage.