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    1985 Toyota Camry DX Review

    Best Car Our Family Has Ever Owned! Period! — My mother purchased the car new in '85 for approx $12K, drove the car for 18 years until her death. Then she willed the car to her youngest grandson, who was 16 at the time and is now 23, and still driving the same car. It took him through 4 years of college in Champaign, ILL, and another 2 years of grad school in Lubbock, TX. 2 timing belts, 3 batteries, 1 clutch, 1 alternator, 4 sets of new tires, 1 motor mount, 3 sets of brakes and 157,000 miles later, the car is still running great and is about to move on to Dallas for post-graduate study!!! I was very fortunate to get the car in the first place, and it has been a real blessing to me. (my friends called it the pimp-mobile in high school, because of its conservative styling and color (brown!!!!). Probably in 2 to 3 years, I'll be ready to trade it in on another Toyota.

    Owner for 22 years, 3 months

    Miles Driven per Year:7,200

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    1985 Toyota Camry LE Review
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    Great Car. Always Cheap On Gas. And It Is Fun To Drive For Weeks And Watch Everyone Get Gas But You. — Forty more words of the same on this 1985 Toyota Camry LE for sure. The only thing I can think of that needs to be done, and maybe this Idea will dawn on Toyota some day too. Is that Toyota should honor the early year Toyota's by making a 1 Year Limited Edition Run on this 1985. Because everyone world wide remembers how these early year Toyota's just ran and ran and ran. That is what made the name of Toyota Motors Famous. Maybe some year in the future, Toyota will Realize this Fact too. Just like the 1965 Ford Mustang Classic. The 1985 Toyota Camry's where the Same Type of a Classic Trend Setter for those years too! - TOYOTA !

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: This 1985 Toyota Camry LE is great on gas. Also, like all other Toyota's, it just runs and runs and runs with almost never any breakdowns. You will put a battery or tires or windshield wipers as needed, but you don't have all of the expensive breakdown repair jobs associated with most older cars.

    Cons: If I wrote anything negative about this car, I would be lying. Also, if I could say something negative I would. I have owned cars before that would always be leaving you hanging somewhere with some type of a ridiculous breakdown.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2015 Toyota Camry Reviews

    Good, Not Great, Car By timothytre

    After 6,000 miles of ownership, I have to say that a Camry is simply a Camry. Known for its reliability and fuel economy and not too much more. While the car has more style and better lines than its p... Read More

    Good, Not Great, Car. By timtre3

    The 2015 redesign is significantly improved from the previous style. It has similar body lines and styling of its luxury sister, the Lexus ES350 and the same rims as the current body style of what is ... Read More

    2014 Toyota Camry Reviews

    Perfect Vehicle For All Around Use By NissanofStafford

    The pricing is a little higher, however it is made up with reliability, low maintenance and major fuel savings. Would recommend and buy again. Great safe vehicle that has a quiet ride overall. Gives a... Read More

    2014 Camry By SgtKidJoe

    Great acceleration. Car is great on long trip and a daily commuter. I bought this car for my wife and she absolutely loves it. Trunk is spacious and holds a lot of cargo. This is my idea of a mid-size... Read More

    2013 Toyota Camry Reviews

    Excellent Car Overall And Comes With Big Fuel Savings By hiltyga

    The best thing about this car is the fuel savings. I average just right under 40 mpg for in-town stop and go (Atlanta) traffic. This was huge for me because I was getting about 18 mpg with my BMW. ... Read More

    Worst Car That I Have Ever Driven And It Was Almost New! By MichaelTK

    Initially I was amazed that the trunk was so poorly designed that luggage that easily fit in a Ford Fusion's trunk could not all fit in a Camry. Had to carry a suitcase on top of passenger's legs in b... Read More

    2012 Toyota Camry Reviews

    We Love It So Far By recoveryagent007

    This car is way better than anything we've ever owned and we love the smart key system and the toyota care plan was awesome for the first two oil changes and tire rotations I plan to buy second Toyota... Read More

    Great For The Price By beersbm2

    This is probably the nicest vehicle you can own for ~$330/mo. The SE version is very sporty, especially in the bright red that we have. Car rides well, is very reliable, and is good on gas. I am pre... Read More

    2011 Toyota Camry Reviews

    Great Buy By ebarber7

    I actually loved my 2011 Camry LE, do not have it any more because silly teen texting while driving through an intersection totaling my poor camry. Great safety features allowed me to escape without ... Read More

    As Dependable As They Come. By Moorebros1

    This car does what I need it to. Gets me from point A to point B. Haven't had any issues and is always reliable. Will own this car till it can't go anymore. I have always liked the Toyota brand an... Read More

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