2001 Toyota Camry Overview


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4.35 stars

Based on 34 reviews

Nice. by John
 — It's a big, comfortable car. Handles like what it is, not exactly zippy, but handles well. Acceleration can be punchy in the higher RPMs, but don't expect to track this car. Very sturdily built as al... Read More
Great Car!! by ahmed_oregon
 — OOOOOOOOOOOOOO LOVE IT!!! My first camry ever.when i bought it it looked ugly but i knew i could make it a bad ass!! Never let me down.1 tank of gas gives me more than 600 miles on freeway.1 of the m... Read More
Toyota Camry - The Perfect Roomy Sedan For The Price, Comfort, Mileage, And Reliability by Chris
 — I'm a tall guy (6'4") so I need a car that is very roomy. That is why I got another Toyota Camry after having driven my first one for 4 years. Toyota makes the highest quality and reliable cars. Min... Read More

2001 Toyota Camry Overview

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2001 Toyota Camry

Perhaps because it was due for a redesign in 2002, not much changed for the 2001 Toyota Camry. The only update was the inclusion of the Gallery Series for the LE, which included features like two-tone paint and seat fabric, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, chrome accents and special badging.

The 2001 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 2001 Toyota Camry continued the model's streak of being a best selling car. Once again, major complaints centered around the fact that the 2001 Camry, though a good car, is boring to look at and boring to drive. Still, the Camry earned many loyal fans in 2001, who said quality and dependability were their favorite things about the Camry.


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Toyota Camry Questions


My Car Doesn't Accelerate When I Press The On The Gas.

This randomly started happening yesterday while driving home from work. I was driving home going about 45 mph, when all of a sudden my car wouldn't accelerate as I press the gas. At first the it wou...

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About 5 months ago at 140K miles I had the downstream CAT replaced with an aftermarket one because of the P420 Code. The check engine light went away. 3 Months ago at 143,700 miles I had the flex ...

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2001 Camry 70k Miles Maintenance Question

My aging mother just gifted her slightly used 2001 camry. Given the age of the car is there any additional maintenance to do besides what is scheduled for the actual mileage? Tks

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2001 Camry LE (4spd manual) 240K miles- original owner: car overheated -mechanic didn't find problem - said thermostat probably had gotten stuck. Car now had slight burning smell, added coolant eve...

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