1984 Toyota Camry Overview


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4.85 stars

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My Car by cyneath
 — I have had the camry for 16 years next week, have had some minor problems with it, but has generally been reliable. I wore the suspension out on it early driving off road with friends (not the smartes... Read More
I Love It by Jacob
 — I was so completely in love with this car and still am. The performance was slow and handled "like a boat" (I'm convinced their designers spent serious effort to make it handle that much like a boa... Read More
An Ugly But Reliable Car by Christopher
 — I seriously drove this car without oil for a week, and it didn't hurt it. I also jumped a few curbs, played car hockey (don't ask) and hit a few things with it. The car was unbreakable. I finally trad... Read More

1984 Toyota Camry Overview

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1984 Toyota Camry

Toyota introduced the Camry as an independent name to the US market in 1982 for the 1983 model year. The 1984 Camry saw no changes from the previous year, as 1984 was the first full year the car was on the market. It was typical of Japanese imports of the time: small and boxy, but sturdy. It was available as a four-door sedan or a five-door hatchback.

The 1984 Toyota Camry came with a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter, 92-horsepower engine and was available in either a four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual. The 1984 Toyota Camry did face two recalls. One was because of a malfunctioning cruise control, and one because of problems with the alternator. Both the 1984 Toyota Camry sedan and the hatchback were available in LE and DLX trim levels.

The Camry quickly became a strong seller, almost immediately giving its longtime rival, the Honda Accord, some stiff competition.


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