2002 Toyota Camry Overview


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4.15 stars

Based on 40 reviews

My First Car by Laurenne
 — This is my first car that I got for my sweet 16 & I'm now 22 and this car still works like a charm. This car has truly been my partner in crime [figuratively speaking, of course ;)] I go thousands of... Read More
The Best Car I Have Ever Had And I Do Not Want To Get Rid It! by tyonnakins
 — There is nothing that I dislike about this car! It is my fourth Toyota and I am sure it will not be my last. It has, and continues to be, an exceptional car. It doesn't hurt that it is paid for either... Read More
Unbeatable Quality by Timothy
 — I love Camrys. I've owned three. I've had over 200,000 miles on one and it was still in great shape. Ths one is already over 160,000 miles and hasn't had any problems! It still looks and drives like n... Read More

2002 Toyota Camry Overview

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2002 Toyota Camry

Toyota welcomed the fifth generation of the Toyota Camry with the redesign of the 2002 Toyota Camry. The body of the 2002 Camry grew a bit, and it was restyled to look rounder and more current. The base CE model was dropped, and the sporty SE, with performance suspension and steering, made its return. The popular LE and the fully-loaded XLE stayed put for 2002.

The Toyota Camry's engines were tweaked a bit for 2002. To qualify for ULEV status, the V6's horsepower dropped slightly to 192. The brand new four cylinder increased to 2.4 liters and 157 horsepower. Fuel economy is about 20 to 30 mpg, depending on the engine.

Car owners praise the 2002 Camry's roomy interior, well-laid-out dash, comfortable seats and quiet drive. They also love the fact that with regular maintenance, the 2002 Camry is relatively problem-free.


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Toyota Camry Questions


How Do I Remove A Stuck Cylinder Head?

I have loosened all the head bolts and removed the chain tensioner. The head is very loose but will not lift off as though there is another bolt(?) or something else anchoring it down. Do I have to re...

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My Camry Periodically Won't Start. Battery Is Fine. It Appears That Even T...

It first did this a few weeks ago. The shifter cable has been replaced. It acts as if it is an electrical problem, because we got it started once by jiggling the shifter handle and retrying.

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