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1995 Toyota Camry Review
James says:
Fuel efficient and comfortable. Had to put a bunch into it.
vs1999 Toyota Camry
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Looks/Style Ranked 1999 Toyota Camry worse.
"The coupe"
Value Ranked 1999 Toyota Camry better.
"Its Newer"
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1995 Toyota Camry LEReview
bidawi writes:
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Hits All The Right Notes. — Best rated family sedan for many years for several good reasons. Very reliable, easy to maintain and has very good fuel economy. Perfect for a family looking for a comfortable, reliable and safe car. The Camry is one of the best sedans for the money, hands down.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Legendary biuld and reliability.

Cons: Vanilla looks and handling.

16 of 16 people found this review helpful.
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1995 Toyota Camry LEReview
Ladybama67 writes:
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Safe And Reliable — It saved my life. Because it was made out of metal, if it was plastic like these new cars I could've been crushed! The camry's are so strong that after I was in a collision I can repair the car and use it for commuting again!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: It had plenty of space(for a camry) it was the most reliable car I have owned! It was my first car. I bought it because of how reliable toyota's are. I was in tech school and I lend a lot with this car, it was easy to find parts and was easy to maintain!

Cons: Only thing bad is the balance shaft in the engine, it's what made the car over heat. So I rebuilt it without the balance shaft and I haven't had a problem since.

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1995 Toyota Camry LEReview
Donovan writes:
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Great Beginner Car — This was a great car for a beginning family. It holds car seats easily, but if your front seat passengers are over 6', it is going to get cramped. Rear seats fold down for extra storage. Runs smooth and quite, and has decent power.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Cheap realiable

Cons: Power, old style

8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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1995 Toyota Camry LEReview
Mikie writes:
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99.5% Happy With Our 95 Camry — For buying the car a year ago, with over 250,000 miles on it, I can say I naturally had to put some $ into it, but we have come to love it. It goes everywhere. And once we tackle this latest issue, I will be even more in love with it.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Just under 300,000 miles and going strong,

Cons: 300,000 miles on car. A lot to go wrong

7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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1995 Toyota Camry LEReview
Trevor writes:
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Great Car, Just Not To Look At — This is the prototypical Camry. Will last forever, but doesn't have any bells or shiny whistles and is definitely nothing too exciting to look at. That said I wouldn't trade this car for the world. It has gotten us through so much with it's dependability. You can always trust a Camry.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Perfect commuter car, low maintenance costs, easy to fix.

Cons: Underpowered and ugly.

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1995 Toyota Camry DXReview
addi77 writes:
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I Love This Car.. Its Very Good On Gas — im a real fan of this far its very durable. very good on gas and can stand up to any weather. you wouldnt regretting a car like this one. its a nice car to hand down to your kids as a first time car too.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: very reliable

Cons: its not a sports car lol

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1995 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Very Reliable Vehicle — I like the low mileage for the year of the vehicle, and the great gas-mileage! A few cosmetic dings, but it is a '95, and you cant get one of those in perfect condition looks wise. Its the way it runs, and the small amount of gas it burns that really counts!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Great car with no engine problems. Great fuel economy. Low maintenance cost. Interior up-holstery in great condition. Low-mileage for a 1995 vehicle. Very reliable vehicle and brand is well-known for running forever.

Cons: Does have a few minor cosmetic issues. (Small scratches, dings.) Is a 1995 vehicle, so not a new looking vehicle.

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1995 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Solid Car, But Here Are Some Things To Watch For —

With the help of a mechanic I bought this car for 1500 dollars 8 years ago and rebuilt it. The car is engineered like a Russian Submarine - solid, tight tolerances, and nice intelligent touches. The appearance is somewhat ordinary - like a 87 Tauras. The performance is average except the luxurious feel of the car. Here are some informative tips that will give anyone happy motoring if the buy a 92-96 Camry: When you replace the timing belt replace everything around the timing belt- the water pump, the tentioners, pulleys, oil pump seal, etc. Just save youself the headache and get it all done. It will save you big bucks in the long run. If you climb in the car one day and it turns over but will not fire it is 90 percent of the time the distributor with this Camry from 150 to 200 thousand miles. Supressors, capacitors, and coils tend to go bad inside of the distributor. Also, don't forget to change the AM2 fuse.(the fuse box by the battery, 30A fuse). When a part in the distributer goes bad the fuse blows when you turn on the ignition. The wiring to the power locks and windows breaks and shorts.The fuse is under the dash to the right of the steering wheel (Difficult to get to and difficult to replace). You can grab this fuse and wiring harness out of a junk yard to save bucks. Otherwise, if this car is regularly maintaned it is a great reliable point A to point B car. Hope these lessons Ive learned helps someone. Happy Motoring!

Pros: The car is easy to work on.
Reliable
Strong Integrity
Fuel Economy
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Pretty Luxurious

Cons: Wiring to power locks and windows break and short
Suspension is noisy even after mechanic work

35 of 36 people found this review helpful.
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1995 Toyota Camry DXReview
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Super Reliable Car That Can Take A Lick And Keep On Ticking. — This car is not made primarily for performance. The car performs weel, it is primarily to be used as a commuting car. The car cost very little to maintain and is ideal for a first car. the appearance of the car is mediocore it is no meant to something that imeadiatley grabs the attention of others. overall the car is great and reliable.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great on gas, easy to maintain and reliable.

Cons: Cheap Plastic parts used on the body.

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