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1989 Toyota Camry LE V6Review
Mike writes:
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Overall, Tough Car — when i first got it for 200 dollars it was a great car, very rusty and rotten but a good car, it has just about 370,000 km on it and the motor still works perfect and so does the transmission. overall i am happy with that but unfortunately everything around the drivetrain was no good, good reliable car but too rotten

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: comfortable ride and decent power

Cons: used a lot of gas and was too rotten

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1989 Toyota Camry LEReview
JWaddell writes:
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A Well Loved Family Member And Reliable Friend. — This car has spanned three generations of drivers in my family. I love this car! I want to see it go to someone that appreciates the durability of this vehicle or to someone with a passion for restoring deserving vehicles. The car has served my family well. She would make a great parts vehicle (organ donor car) also!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: The car has pretty much just run like the Energizer Bunny all its life.  The engine is the original factory engine from 89. Changing the oil every three thousand miles has really paid off.  The original body and the original factory paint still look pretty good after all the years, so this could be a great car to restore. Antique status is not far off, and this car deserves to hit 400K.  

Cons: The car has lost some power over the years and it may have worn motor mounts.

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1989 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Most Practiclal Car I Have Ever Owned — just had new goodyear tires and the third 30000 mile service very economical trensportation run very good and handles easy i bought this car from my daughter 3 years ago for $3500 and spent $1500 to put it in top condition (replaced the right front door lock control assembly, a motor mount and the front shock absorbers)

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: low cost

Cons: not a thing

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1989 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Good Starter Car. — It was a reliable car. It took a beating and kept on going. Until my Brother shot one of the rods through it and junked it. It was the first car that I drove and had in my name. I miss it.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Reliable

Cons: None

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1989 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Really Old And Only Recommended For Cheapoes — It's a car you want if you're really cheap. It doesn't cost that much if you maintain it right. Its engine is performant in winter. It's not too fun to drive because of the clunky transmission. The dents make it ugly, and it's almost rusted thru. Comfy seats, and not so noisy interior. Good on gas (we got 700k on 60l once)

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: It's a comfy grandpa car

Cons: It's made of rust

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1989 Toyota Camry DXReview
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Cheap To Repair — Got this to learn to drive in and died shortly after. had 454000km on it when i got it as it had previously been my step mums driving school car. Served it's purpose and sold for 50bucks as a trade on the liberty

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: great first car

Cons: mine was a lemon

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1989 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Like I Said, Best Car Ever — Best car ever. never broke down. never hit a deer. never went off the road. always drove. always started. always kept us warm. always kept us cool. we were some pretty hot students driving a pretty hot car. No, a VERY hot car.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: cheap

Cons: none

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1989 Toyota Camry LE V6Review
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Good Car To Own For An Old Beater — well i just recently got a new steering wheel cover so thats pretty sweet i would have to say its got almost three hundred thousand kms on it and its still running stong it looks like crap and has an oil leak

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: long life span

Cons: looks bad

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1989 Toyota Camry LE V6Review
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Great Car Will Own It As Long As I Can — well it a great reliable car hardly breaks down it has some power in it can do 140 though it has 200000 miles on it so i havent got it over 100 it is very fun to drive it easy to slide just great

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: very fun dependable car

Cons: look and gas milege

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1989 Toyota Camry DXReview
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80's Family Saloon With A Strong Engine. — I loved the 80's look of this model. Having a 2.0 petrol engine with 130bhp it was a family saloon with racing skills. 0-100km/h in 9 sec topspeed in 1st gear: 60km/h 2nd 90 km/h 3rd 145 km/h 4th 185 km/h 5th +200 Loved the electrif roof and the spacious interior.

Pros: Loved the ride and looks of this car

Cons: none

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