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1990 Toyota Camry Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 18 reviews
The 1990 Toyota Camry was virtually unchanged from the previous year. The Camry was getting excellent reviews and had climbed into the number five spot for best-selling vehicles, so Toyota knew not to fix something when it wasn't broken.
The 1990 Toyota Camry was available as a four-door station wagon or sedan. The 1990 Toyota Camry was available in several trims, which included the base model, the DLX, the DLX V6, the DLX All Trac, the LE, the LE V6 and the LE All Trac. The 1990 Toyota Camry gets between 20 and 30 mpg for fuel economy, depending on the engine. The 1990 Camry had a a 2.5-liter V6 with 153 horsepower or a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine with 115 horsepower. All models are available with the All Trac all wheel drive system as well.
Drivers of the 1990 Toyota Camry note that their cars, though nearing on 17 years old, their cars have fewer problems than newer models. Camry owners say that will regular maintenance and care, a used Camry will last for years and years.
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Toyota Camry Questions
Window Switch In My 1990 Toyota Camery Doesnt Work
can not get switch to work
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Getting Ready To Purchase A 1990 Toyota Camry - Vehicle Starts - New Altern...
Vehicle starts no issue - new alternator and battery but the blower motor, radio, and cig lighter, front head lights and tachometer does not work. If you hold the bright lights they work and blinkers ...
Repair V6 1990 Le Camry
car runs very rough when cold with no power and starts getting better after driving 15 miles or so then it has pretty good power it smells gassy when cold