2000 Toyota Camry Overview

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CE
Avg. Price: $4,977
LE
Avg. Price: $5,376
LE V6
Avg. Price: $5,306
XLE
Avg. Price: $5,174
XLE V6
Avg. Price: $5,477

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45 stars

Based on 32 reviews

One That Toyota Built Their Reputation On by gmillioni
 — boought at 54K miles one owner. currently pushing 190K with minimal maintenance needs. replaced clutch at 140K-nothing unusual. at the same time i replaced timing belt and water pump b/c it was conn... Read More
A Damn Good Car by Ryan
 — I've owned my Camry for 2 years, and in that time have put 34k miles on it. So far I've changed the oil, put gas in the car, cleaned it many times, and put 2 new sets of tires on it. It hasn't give... Read More
My Little Camry... by Devon
 — performance- acceleration is pretty solid, braking is good, handles like it's on rails... build quality- all you have to do it change the oil and put gas in it... amzing... appearance- pretty good... ... Read More

2000 Toyota Camry Overview

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2000 Toyota Camry

The 2000 Toyota Camry received a few updates, most notably to its appearance. The 2000 Camry got a new grille, headlights, taillights, and rear bumpers. The 2000 Toyota Camry XLE also got new chrome accents. The interior saw a new stereo system and faux wood accents in the XLE.

The 2000 Toyota Camry came in three trim levels: the base CE, the midlevel LE and the higher-end XLE. All came standard with a four-cylinder, 2.2-liter, 133 horsepower engine and were available with a V6, 194 horsepower engine. Fuel economy is about 20 to 30 miles per gallon, depending on the engine.

The 2000 Toyota Camry was once again a top seller that year. Many drivers still complained about a lack of pickup and the Camry's decidedly dull design, but most sing the praises of their 2000 Toyota Camrys, saying they offer trouble-free driving for years and all the amenities a car owner could want at a good price.

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Toyota Camry Questions

ledzeplincoln
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2000 Camry 2.2 L

173k miles. Plastic top of radiator cracked. Replaced radiator, upper and lower hoses, and thermostat. Temp gauge quickly maxes out after 5 minute drive. Burped system. No warm air blowing after bur...

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Charles Rice
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Why Doesn't My Automatic Keys Work On My 2000 Toyota Camry Le

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jaggudada
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Temperature Gauge Scale

Does anyone know what's the corresponding temperature reading for C, middle and H on coolant temperature gauge. The fact that manufacture hasn't given temperature scale, does that mean it is only ...

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freedom22
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Normal Temperature Gauge Reading For My 2000 Toyota Camry

When my Camry has warmed up my temperature Gauge rests at nearly the half way mark between cold and overheating.Is this normal for this vehicle ? I just bought the car used.

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jaggudada
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2000 Camry Overheating

As soon as I drive the car, within 30 secs, temperature gauge goes to halfway mark and then within 5 mins settles at slightly higher than the halfway mark. I thought the temperature shouldn't rise s...

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