Well I just got my new Camry. It wasn't my first choice, in fact, it wasn't even My choice, but my Dad's. He picked it out for me. I've had it for exactly a month now and I must say, for a 23 year old girl, it is not my type and needless to say, it's taking me some time to get used to it. But that's beyond the point.
I will not lie though, this car now at almost 133,000 miles is running a whole lot better than I thought it would. It is almost in a perfect shape. The only bad things about it are 1) the tape player! I know I sound "picky" but you have to agree. There is nothing worse than the morning radio station yapping and commercials and having some nice songs to listen to would be nice, and 2) it seems to have a mind of its own when I drive it in the rain. Meaning, it likes to go left and right when I try to keep it going straight forward. It doesn't give any trouble besides that though.
I hope this car lasts me until at least 250,000 miles.
My first car was a Chevy Celeb wagon, then a Ford Taurus; both were crappy cars, but the Celeb was better.
Now I have a 1992 Camry with 215K. Runs real nice. Only problem is the broken A/C and leak in the left side of the trunk around the air exhaust box.
I recently bought a 92 Toyota Camry LE. At first I was a little afraid because it had 250,000 miles on it. Also the owner told me it had been sitting for three years. Anyways, I jumped in and it started right up. I've had it for a little over 4 months now, and I've racked 254,000 miles on it, and have seen, heard, or felt no problems with it. It runs like new.