2003 Toyota Camry Overview

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Trims

LE
Avg. Price: $6,802
LE V6
Avg. Price: $7,496
SE
Avg. Price: $6,553
SE V6
Avg. Price: $7,337
XLE
Avg. Price: $7,372
XLE V6
Avg. Price: $7,596

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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 38 reviews

Reliable, Fun, Great. Can't Go Wrong With Buying This Car. by FOOD
 — For a lot of people, including myself, their car is like home away from home. I live in Houston, TX, and it's the kind of city where if you don't have in car, your life won't be very productive. That ... Read More
2003 Toyota Camry Sedan by Ashley
 — For a stock 4 cylinder family sedan this car has some pickup. Its highly fuel efficient and smooth. With metallic paint and sports accessories it looks a little better than the stock version floating ... Read More
The Most Reliable And Reasonable Sedan For The Middle-class Family. by Natalya
 — The car is extremely reliable. It went 164K without any breakdowns. Other than changing oil, batteries, breaks, tires I never had to do any repair work. At about 140K I changed the belts (including... Read More

2003 Toyota Camry Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 38 reviews

2003 Toyota Camry

The 2003 Toyota Camry was only the second model following Toyota's complete redesign of the model in 2002. For 2003, Toyota introduced more standard equipment, including remote keyless entry for all trim levels and fog lights and a six-disc CD changer for the XLE model. Toyota also made available more options for the 2003 Camry, making it extremely customizable. Like the Camrys before it, the 2003 Toyota Camry is conservatively styled, meant for wide appeal. It has a roomy interior with user-friendly controls, a large trunk, comfortable seats and a smooth, unobtrusive ride.
The 2003 Toyota Camry is available in LE, SE and XLE trim levels. The LE model, though the base model, still comes with air conditioning and power windows, mirrors and locks. The sporty SE model has crisper handling, interior trim with a three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel and a spoiler. The XLE offers high-end features like power seats, automatic air conditioning, a cargo net and rear sunshade. The 2003 Camry comes standard with a 2.4 liter, four cylinder engine, but a 3.0 liter, V6 engine is available for all trims. When it comes to fuel economy, the 2003 Toyota Camry averages about 27 mpg.
Typical of the Camry, the 2003 Toyota Camry has a legion of devoted drivers. While its styling and driving has been described as "boring," it seems that many drivers are not looking for excitement when it comes to their daily commutes. Many drivers suggest an upgrade on the tires, and some complain about paint chipping.

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Toyota Camry Questions

RhondaAustin
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2003 Toyota Camry Wont Start. Lights Come On. No Clicking No Noise. Changed...

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dhill878
220

Have Anyone Had Any Problems With Water Leaking Inside In The Floorboard

I have a 2003 Camry and I have water leaking in the floorboard driver side but can't find what's wrong. I have taken it to a body shop and a mechanic and couldn't fine the problem.

21,235 views with 47 answers (last answer 15 hours ago)
CamrySteve
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Why Do I Smeel A Faint Burning Rubber Smell Coming Through My Vents When Dr...

I just picked up a used 2003 Toyota Camry with 164,000 miles on it. The first few days I didn't notice any smell, but by the third day I did. It starts to smell about 5 minutes into driving it and whe...

16 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 days ago)
tyude
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Why Is My 2003 Toyota Camery Still Misfiring After I Changed The Coils And ...

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scherp
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My 2003 Camry Will Not Start.

My Camry will not start. I had the battery tested and it was fine. I replaced the started and still nothing I am stumped what else could I try.

28 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 weeks ago)