1999 Toyota Camry Overview


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4.25 stars

Based on 46 reviews

Best Car Ever Made For An Average Person by Doug
 — Best car I have owned yet. Has over 268k miles, and still runs like it did 10 yeas ago. Only major problems include electronic control unit, starter ~175k miles; and strut bushings ~250k miles. Very q... Read More
Great Car! by Maverick
 — This car is great. It has never had any problems. Maintaince is easy to do yourself with easy access to most parts in the engine bay. I also consitently get 23 to 25 miles to the gallon (much highe... Read More
My Car Is Wonderful. Could Use To Be A Little Newer Car, So It Looks Cooler, But Is Truly Wonderful. by Pepsi
 — Well, for one thing, its a Toyota, which automatically means its straight up AMAZING!!! Need I say more? Toyota's are the best vehicles out there. Trust me, I work at a car dealership, so I know. They... Read More

1999 Toyota Camry Overview

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1999 Toyota Camry

Not much changed for the 1999 Toyota Camry from the previous year. Most models received daytime running lights, and the sound system was upgraded. The biggest change to the 1999 Toyota Camry was the reintroduction of the coupe, renamed the Camry Solara, which is covered as a separate model on this site.

The 1999 Toyota Camry came in three trim levels: the base CE, the midlevel LE, and the high-end XLE. All came standard with a 4-cylinder, 2.2-liter, 133-hp engine and were available with a 194-hp V6. Fuel economy is about 20 to 30 mpg, depending on the engine.

The 1999 Toyota Camry was once again a top-selling car for the year. Once again, major complaints about the 1999 Toyota Camry include a lack of power, especially with the 4-cylinder engine, and a bland, conservative look. However, most admit the Camry is not necessarily intended for people looking for a peppy drive or flashy look.


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