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    2000 Toyota Camry LE V6 Review
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    55

    Reliable But Far Too Bland...save Yourself. — This purchase was a reaction to 2.5 years of Volvo ownership. It was reliable but the driver's seat hurt my rear, the front struts needed replacement at 45k and the stick's throws were nearly truck-like. That said, I was just too young for it. I would probably love it if I were approaching 50.

    Pros: Reliable, blends in to its surroundings, quiet and smooth.

    Cons: Handles like a Buick and bland as a Rubbermaid container.

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    2000 Toyota Camry LE Review
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    65

    Other Than The Check Engine Light - Very Few Problems — Car is for the most part great. Only minor problems - 1. check engine light on and 2. rear defrost out along with the radio antennae - not sure what the problem is there. Drives great down the road (have 74K miles now) and AC will freeze you out. This is my third Toyota and 2nd Camry - have a 1998 model I gave to my daughter to drive.

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    2000 Toyota Camry XLE Review
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    115

    A- To B+ Vehicle — Prefer manual transmissions, but this automatic is decent. The 2.2L engine seems to have alot more power than the 2.2L in my '93 Camry manual 5-speed. The 2000 is much heavier, but mileage averages 30mpg. Always kept a quart of Slick50 or DuraLube superoil in the crankcase with the regular 5W-30. Of course, doesn't compare with my wife's 2006 LE with 2.4L 4-cyl engine for acceleration. Maintenance is cheap (like my '93) with easy to change spark plugs and disc brakes (front only, non-ABS). All you have to do is keep decent oil in it and it lasts forever.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Reliable, adequate 2.2L power for fuel economy, 4 cyl. easy maintenance/tuneups, 15in tires, a/c cold, heater hot, am/fm/cd good sound, silver color attrative, style better than previous year(s)

    Cons: only problem was a/c evaperater replacement in 9th year of operation; also if you get a slow oil leak, it's the seal around the oil pump;  chemical sealers will help for a few years if you don't mind the small oil spots on the driveway, but until the seal is replaced it still will leak a little.  Cat litter is your oil absorbant to keep under the drip areas.

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    2000 Toyota Camry LE Review
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    25

    Clean — Reliability is my number one priority. 35miles/per gallon. It's been proven on long drive without a problems. AC on warm weather, heater works fine on cold weather. The car is amazing and fun to drive with family and kids. It's good on winter snow too never got stock or slide. Low maintenance never had a major problem.Timing belt last forever didn't change untill 140k/miles. This are the car i think the most reliable of all economy cars i have ever had and worth of every penny i have spent and got in return for his reliability and gas saver.

    Pros: Reliability Superior, Gas saver and low maintenance parts are cheap but last longer than others.

    Cons: lack of power, and paint quality.

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    2000 Toyota Camry XLE V6 Review
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    One That Toyota Built Their Reputation On — boought at 54K miles one owner. currently pushing 190K with minimal maintenance needs. replaced clutch at 140K-nothing unusual. at the same time i replaced timing belt and water pump b/c it was connected to the timing belt. -this work was nothing but preventative , no problems were encountered to cause the work. AC unit went out about 140K. again nothing major. thats it. brake pads, batteries, tires, oil, filters, etc all routine requirements for maintaining a vehicle to cox out its best life. this engine runs strong with great acceleration throughout the whole shift spectrum, rides comfortably (not a lexus), gets you where you want to go without breaking down. currently buying a 2005 avalon xls b/c of the prior toyota experience. researched and looked for six months before buying the avalon from a private party, although i test drove some dealer cars to. drove lexus es300, rx300, ls430, jaguar, infiniti i35 and g35, maxima and altima , plus camry xle and other avalons, before deciding on this one. will report on the avalon in coming months and a few years later. all the other comparably driven cars were 2004 - 2006 except the jag, it was 2002. none of the other cars were bad in anyway. but when comparing ride, price, maintenance, visibility, cargo space, passenger comfort F & B, and personal satisfaction, the avalon came out the winner. my 2000 toyota was equally compared and it again was the winner. i'm keeping the 2000 toyota b/c i believe it will go another 50,000 miles with little trouble.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: MPG:  city21/22 ,  hwy 27/28  regularly.  has 5spd transmission, V6 3.0L, dependable, good traveler, lo maintenance

    Cons: small body hardware issues but inexpensive to fix yourself.

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    2000 Toyota Camry Review
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    Basic — lack of maintenance by previous owner who was supposed to be a mechanic! Needed 4 tyres and oil leaks needed fixing - they haven't been able to stop oil leaks! Excellent acceleration. Braking is very slow. Needs a fair amount of room for turning. Low petrol consumption on long trips. High petrol consumption on local trips. Would prefer central locking to button access which has proved less than reliable. In country Australia I only need to turn off overdrive on steep hills. As an older car it now needs many parts replacing.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Urgently needed V6 wagon so my son could carry his music gear.

    Cons: No automatic windows. no driver/passenger light above front window.
    Had been fairly knocked about by previous owners.
    Only one worn key and button provided. No owners manual with car.
    Starting to cost money to replace worn parts.
    Ignition key worn thin and won't open locked doors or glovebox.

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    2000 Toyota Camry LE Review
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    Camry For All — Great car and get excellent gas mileage. Very roomy and is very easy to see out of. Seating is comfortable and the A/C is very cold. Hugh truck space and it is an excellent car for a new driver.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Great gas mileage

    Cons: Older

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    2000 Toyota Camry LE V6 Review
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    2000 Toyota Camry V6 Le 5-speed — The car accelerates briskly, revving fast and the torque is noticeable for a front wheel driver. It brakes alright, but the handling is pretty bad- the steering is too light and vague, not providing road feel. The suspension is too soft for my liking, but it is a "family car." I have the rare 5-speed manual, so it is a very fun car to drive. The build quality mechanically is great, but the interior has some various vibrations of plastic at different speeds. The appearance is attractive, but not beautifully so. I get 18-20 city mpg, and 28 highway.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: acceleration, stick shift, ride, reliability

    Cons: Steering feel, handling, mpg.

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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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