1994 Toyota Camry Overview


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DX Coupe
DX Wagon
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LE Coupe
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Avg. Price: $2,349
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LE V6 Wagon
Avg. Price: $3,155
LE Wagon
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3.95 stars

Based on 34 reviews

Most Reliable Car I've Ever Owned by n90max
 — Our 1994 Camry now has 188,000 trouble free miles on it, always performs flawlessly, while delivering good looks, comfort, and resonable economy. This is the fully optioned out model including leathe... Read More
Reliable. by eyaf
 — this car is a 94 cam and whan i brought it in nov 06 it had 147,000 mls.now it has 151,000 and some change mls on it and so far i only had minor problems that the previous owner didnt do when he was p... Read More
94 Camry by Chelsea
 — I got it in 06 with over 165,000 miles so of course it needed some repair work. Excellent first car, outstanding gas mileage, had a large amount of peeling paint on the hood, but I really didn't give ... Read More

1994 Toyota Camry Overview

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1994 Toyota Camry

The 1994 model year brought some notable changes to the Toyota Camry. For the first time, a two-door coupe was offered, to compete with the Honda Accord. Other updates included a passenger-side airbag, a redesigned V6 engine with 188 horsepower and a new automatic transmission that allowed for less hunting between gears.

The 1994 Toyota Camry sedan was available in the DX, SE, LE and XLE trim levels. The new coupe came in the DX, SE and LE trim levels. In addition to the new V6, the old four-cylinder, 2.2-liter engine was still available. Fuel economy was about 20 to 30 mpg, depending on the engine.

By this time, the Camry had firmly established itself into the hearts of the American driving public, who were helping to propel it to the top of the best-sellers list. Drivers rate the 1994 Camry highly for its reliability and its smooth, quiet drive. Some complain about the engine's lack of "pep" and that the backseat is a little too small.


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