2006 Toyota Camry Overview


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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 22 reviews

I Would Be Happy To Own This Car. [edit - Now I Do!] by RE
 — My cousin in Los Angeles let me test drive his new stickshift Camry a few years back, and it was one of the best cars I have driven in my life. It really ticks all the boxes: Roomy, comfortable, reli... Read More
Most Comfortable & Practical Sedan You Can Buy. by mookie1177
 — Appearance wise, I have a phantom grey pearl. It's a really nice color and goes really well with the color of the rims. People think the Toyota design is too plain. But if you're looking for a simpl... Read More
Hey I'm Not A Racing Freak. I'll Drive It Without A Problem! by Reetom
 — well it's an economy class sedan so you can't expect much on performance... Otherwise it looks really smooth and hasn't needed repairs at all. just a couple of lights. It's pretty fun to drive esp... Read More

2006 Toyota Camry Overview

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2006 Toyota Camry

As befitting of a bestseller, the 2006 Toyota Camry receives high marks for reliability, reputation and value. Little has changed since 2005, when the Camry received a new grille, headlights and taillights. Both the front and backseats of this four-door sedan offer plenty of legroom. The 2006 Toyota Camry makes an excellent family sedan and a commuter car. The Camry's styling is conservative without being stuffy. It offers a smooth, quiet ride and is easy to drive.
The 2006 Camry is available in four trims: base, the LE, the SE and the XLE. The SE is the sportiest model, with bigger wheels, improved springs and shocks and anti-roll bars. The XLE offers high-class touches such as wood grain interior trim, power seats and a 6-disc CD changer. Enhanced safety packages that include features such as side curtain airbags and electronic stability control. Prices range from about $18,000 to $23,000.


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Toyota Camry Questions


I Need To Change My Headlight Bulbs. Please Tell Me How?

Indicator light states they are working but I got stopped by the police and they were not working. My bright lights do not stay on.

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Instructions on how to install headlight bulbs and what tool is required.

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I just bought a Car yesterday and the dash light came on today saying Maintenance Required. There is no manual with the car. What can I check?

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I Have A 2006 Toyota Camery Hybrid, My Sister I Law Was Driving It The Othe...

I have a 2006 Toyota Camery Hybrid, my sister i law was driving it the other day and she said it overheated while driving it, she kept driving till it died, and she continued coasting as far as she ...

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