2004 Toyota Camry Solara Overview

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Trims

SE
Avg. Price: $6,848
SE Convertible
Avg. Price: $8,672
SE Sport
Avg. Price: $8,143
SE Sport V6
Avg. Price: $8,048
SE V6
Avg. Price: $7,834
SLE
Avg. Price: $7,773
SLE Convertible
Avg. Price: $8,839
SLE V6
Avg. Price: $8,270

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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 21 reviews

My Car: Batmobile. by Talha
 — I could have done better for the price, but I thought for my first car, getting a nice, solid Toyota would be good. It's pretty quick, but of course not a rally car or anything. It also drives a b... Read More
2004 Solara Sle V6 by Vincent
 — Good looks and smooth power delivery. Suspension is a little soft, but comfortable on long trips. I imageine the resale value is not so good b/c of the deal I got on it, but it's a Toyota so the bui... Read More
Best Car Ever!! by rdcd
 — A Lexus in a Toyota car. Bought it new in 2004, it has been NO problem at all. Reg oil change every 3000mi, air filter,etc. I plan to get 200k mi or more out of it. No reason why we can't. We dont bea... Read More

2004 Toyota Camry Solara Overview

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Based on 21 reviews

2004 Toyota Camry Solara

Toyota ushered in the second generation of the Camry Solara with the 2004 model. Completely restyled, the new Solara was larger with a rounder, more aerodynamic shape. Interior improvements included more shoulder and hip room and moveable seatbelts to ease entering and exiting the back seat. Toyota also added another trim level, the SE Sport, to the lineup.

Rounding out the trims for the 2004 Camry Solara are the base SE and the luxurious SLE. The SE Sport was meant for drivers who want more out of their cars than the typical Camry owner, and so it includes firmer suspension and larger tires, along with unique lower body styling and interior trim. The fully-loaded SLE has been compared to the much pricier Lexus SC 430 coupe. Available engines are a 2.4 liter, 157 horsepower four cylinder, and a new 3.3 liter, 225 horsepower V6. Fuel economy is about 20 to 30 miles per gallon, depending on the engine. A convertible was introduced late in the model year.

One complaint about the 2004 Toyota Camry Solara is that long, heavy doors make it difficult to get out when parked in a tight spot. Still, overall drivers are happy with their Camry Solaras, citing the smooth, quiet drive and typical Toyota reliability.

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darleneg51
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Timing Belt, 2004 Camry Solara 3.3

I just had the timing belt, tensioner, water pump, thermostat, seals and coolant replaced in my Solara. It doesn't even run like it did before. Some noise from engine area while driving and very slu...

366 views with 1 answer (last answer about a year ago)
johno99
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2004 Toyota Solara Se 3.3 V6 Automatic Trans Intermittent Shifting Prob ...

2004 Toyota Solara SE 3.3 v6 automatic intermittent shifting prob p500 code replaced both spee d sensors both magnetic type LET SAY symptoms change, but speedometer works sometimes,,and when it d...

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pas9099
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No Heat

Blower works fine; changed thermostat still cold air

351 views with 4 answers (last answer 3 months ago)
tednitu
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Cranks But Doesn't Start When Cold

I have a 2004 toyota solara, 4 cyl., 172K miles. When it's cold I need to crank 10-15 times till it starts. After it started works perfect the rest of the day. I cleaned the throttle body, injectors....

51 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 months ago)
Josh Grace
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What Fuse Controls The Odometer Lights In Toyota Solaria 2004

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