1995 Toyota Camry Overview


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6 national listings
DX Coupe
47 national listings
LE Coupe
4 national listings
14 national listings
LE V6 Coupe
3 national listings
LE V6 Wagon
LE Wagon
3 national listings
Avg. Price: $3,078
SE V6 Coupe
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4.15 stars

Based on 45 reviews

Solid Car, But Here Are Some Things To Watch For by Shambockadee
 — With the help of a mechanic I bought this car for 1500 dollars 8 years ago and rebuilt it. The car is engineered like a Russian Submarine - solid, tight tolerances, and nice intelligent touches. The... Read More
A Very, Very Good Car. I Wouldn't Hesitate To Buy Toyota Again. by rickbo
 — I really love this car. My '95 has 247,000 km now and is totally reliable, and is a pleasure to drive. Holds the road so well, especially on corners. I have only had minor repairs and they are infrequ... Read More
Its A Great Car by Kaylee
 — It has really great gas mileage, and the air conditioning is really cold, and the heat is really really hot and it gets cold or hot really fast. its not that fun to drive anymore cuz dakota taught me... Read More

1995 Toyota Camry Overview

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Based on 44 reviews

1995 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry got a small makeover for 1995, receiving a new grille, headlights and taillights. The new look was more upscale, but still maintained the Camry's signature conservative style. By 1995, the Camry was beginning to feel more high-end all around, with many structural and mechanical pieces borrowed from the luxury Lexus ES.

The 1995 Toyota Camry sedan was available in the DX, SE, LE and XLE trim levels. The coupe came in the DX, SE and LE trim levels. The base DX version of the wagon was dropped, leaving only the LE. Available engines were a four-cylinder, 2.2 liter or a V6, 3.0 liter. Fuel economy was about 20 to 30 mpg, depending on the engine.

Drivers praise the 1995 Toyota Camry for its reliability and performance, with many saying they'd take a used Camry over a brand new car any day. The car is roomy, drives smoothly, and while its unflashy appearance won't turn any heads, it does offer drivers a headache-free driving experience as long as the driver takes care of it.


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Toyota Camry Questions


Speedometer Goes To 150 Sitting Still Works Sometimes

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Tuesday Carr

What Could Be Making My Alternator Fuse Blow Which Is Blowing My Whole Fuse...

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Why Does My 1995 Toyota Camry All Power And Lights Cut Off When Ignition Is...

When I turn my car to completely off all power cuts to headlights and dome light except brake lights. Every time I turn car on I have to reset radio.

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Colton Baker

1995 Toyota Camry Le Idle And Stalling Problems

My car will run fine cold , but when warms up starts to stall as soon as the car idles at a stop light or sign Got the problem fixed 700 dollars later They changed the CPU and replaced the distribute...

12,208 views with 18 answers (last answer 5 days ago)

V6 95 Toyota Camry Will Not Start

its a V6...it turns over just fine...battery is at 12.5v could use new plugs but I still get spark out of the 3 in the front of car, did not check the three plugs in the back under the throttle body...

15 views with 4 answers (last answer about a week ago)