1986 Toyota Camry Overview


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Awesome Car, A No-brainer by zurbriggen32
 — I bought mine on Jan 8th 2010 with 147k for $700! Drove it from Vancouver to Whistler and back the night i bought it with no maint, very reliable. Auto trans seems to still be good. It's pretty pim... Read More
You Can't Kill A Toyota, I Know People That Have Tried! by Peyton
 — The car has a good history, except when my Mom owned it and I took care of those issues other than cosmetic. The performance I rated was based on what it is worth, age, etc. Compared to a Corvette ... Read More
Simply The Best by Michelle
 — This was my first car and it was the best car of its kind back then. I retired the car in 2002 with over 400K miles on it, great performance for 4 cylinder, very low maintenance, same transmission th... Read More

1986 Toyota Camry Overview

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1986 Toyota Camry

The 1986 Toyota Camry remained unchanged from the previous model year because a complete redesign was in the works for the 1987 model. The 1986 Camry was available as a four-door sedan or a five-door hatchback.

The 1986 Toyota Camry came with a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter, 95-horsepower engine and was available in either a four-speed automatic or a five-speed manual. Fuel economy is about 30 mpg. Both the 1986 Toyota Camry sedan and the hatchback were available in LE and DLX trim levels.

By 1986, Toyota has firmly established the Camry as a good, solid, reliable car. Even today, drivers gush about their 1986 Camrys, which are still chugging along almost as good as they did 20 years ago.


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