2001 Toyota Camry Solara Overview

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SE
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SE Convertible
SE V6 Convertible
Avg. Price: $5,325
SE V6 Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,097
SLE
Avg. Price: $5,121
SLE Convertible
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4.35 stars

Based on 9 reviews

No Regrets Having A Car Like This. by Derek
 — The interior is just as good looking as the outside of the vehicle. When you sit in the cabin, it makes you feel like your in a luxury car. No corners were cut to save money for the interior at all! ... Read More
Perfect Car For A New Driver Or Commuter by cayman922
 — I have found this car is typically what you expect from a four cylinder toyota, good on gas and pretty peppy when it needs to be, you will enjoy the JBL radio as well as the very cold a/c power featur... Read More
Great Sporty Car by Dneikirk
 — This car is great if you want a performance vehicle that is different from the rest and easy to own. Trunk is much larger than most sedans, in crown Vic land! It has Camry reliability with 200 horses ... Read More

2001 Toyota Camry Solara Overview

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2001 Toyota Camry Solara

The Toyota Camry Solara was virtually unchanged in 2001. A new color was added to the choices, but other than that, the 2001 Camry Solara is identical to the 2000.

The 2001 Camry Solara came in two trim levels: the base SE and the well-appointed SLE. The SE comes standard with a 2.2 liter, four-cylinder engine, and the SLE comes standard with a V6, 3.0-liter engine. Unlike its competitors the Honda Accord and the Chrysler Sebring, the 2000 Camry Solara was available with a five-speed manual transmission with the V6 engine. Fuel economy is about 20 to 30 miles per gallon depending on the engine. It is also available as a convertible.  

Fans of the 2001 Toyota Camry Solara love that it offers typical Camry reliability and quality, but with a sportier look and feel. The interior is roomy enough for a coupe, and the trunk is a good size. One request from drivers was a remote trunk release.

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