2004 Toyota Camry Top Comparisons

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2004 Toyota Camry LE V6 FWDReview
MiltonSeller writes:
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Reliable Family Car, Not For Fun Driving. — I had this care for 9 years. It's a pretty steady family car, for routine driving, but I sold it because I was looking for something with more excitement. Fuel economy was not as good as I would have expected, ~ 20 mph combined. Likely because it's a V6.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Reliable.

Cons: Middling performance, handling.

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2004 Toyota Camry LE FWDReview
Lexzar writes:
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Reliable Family/commuter Car — I loved this car for the reliability and comfort and good gas mileage. If somebody needed a great car to get from point A to point B, this would be my first choice! Overall, a great, practical car that is perfect for families too.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great reliable, comfortable family car.

Cons: Power can be a little low, and no steering feel

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2004 Toyota Camry LE FWDReview
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Very Reliable — This is 3rd Camry we have owned. Our 1993 went over 270K miles Our 1999 had 150K when we sold it to buy the 2009 Camry we now own. Regular maintenance is the key to a long life on these cars. My son and daughter have owned 2 others. I would recommend Toyota Camry for anyone looking for a new or used car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very reliable  No problems with this  Camry.

Cons: Like all  Camry's I've owned the passenger compartment is sealed very tight.  So sometimes in high humidity the windows will steam quickly. BUT using AC  or defrost setting will clear up the problem.

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2004 Toyota Camry SE V6 FWDReview
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A Pearl Of A Car — I bought this car recently used from the original owner. So far it has been an excellent car, except for the interior room, which is somewhat cramped for a 6-foot driver like myself. Brakes well (stops on a dime).

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Runs well, good gas mileage.

Cons: Too cramped for a tall driver.

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2004 Toyota Camry LE V6 FWDReview
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The One — this is a nice car, very good confort inside and the seat are in a perfect size for defferent people. has very good lights and has very good speed, it is very fun to dirve. has a motor with a 2.4 horse power.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: the confort

Cons: nothing

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2004 Toyota Camry LE FWDReview
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Unless The Volt Takes Off I May Buy Another Hybrid Version Of This Camry. — I have owned (and nicknamed Ford-Man) Fairlanes, Galaxies, LTD's, and crown Vic's. but none of them come close to the quality of this Camry. I truely wish (although made in the US) it had a domestic name. The car has had zero problems and currently I have 110,000 (today Feb, 2011) The 4 cyl is strong and really goes, all the others prior were minimum 6 cyl and most V8's. I could not understand all the problems in the news about this car.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Totally reliable!

Cons: If you want to work on a car, this isn't it!

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2004 Toyota Camry XLE FWDReview
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Efficient And Comfortable, The 2004 Camry Is Great For In-town Errands And Long-distance Travel. —

Odd as it may seem, our 2004 Camry LXE is our luxury car. After years of driving gently-used hand-me-downs (our other car is a 1995 Camry LE), we bought this one new, and have loved it ever since. With regular maintenance, it still feels and looks like new, except for a small dent in the rear fender. Apropos, does anyone make touch-up paint that actually matches a car’s original paint? The front seats are comfortable and adjustable to support the back; the back seat has plenty of room for two [grand] children’s booster seats and their mom sitting between them, and they can adjust the temperature back there. The trunk is terrific – room for just about anything, especially with the fold-down back seats, which accommodate extra-long items. The optional net that stretches side to side in the trunk to hold packages upright seemed like an indulgence when we bought the car, but it’s been very useful, and we miss it when we’re using the older car. Improvements over the 1995 Camry include electronic seat and side-view mirror controls, electronic entry, a better set-up for between-seat storage of miscellaneous items, and cup holders that can still be used when the shift lever is forward, in park. [What were they thinking when they designed the earlier model??] Luck-of-the-draw: Neither one of our Camrys has been included in the recent recalls for floor pads or runaway acceleration. The 2004 Camry is our road-trip car, for comfort, dependability, and mileage. Otherwise, it’s used in-city, for errands. The only drawback that we’ve found (and have had to adjust our driving to) is that despite good tires, traction when there’s rain, snow, or ice is not always reliable. In slippery conditions, we have to leave plenty of room to stop, and we’ve learned not to accelerate quickly from a full stop.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Comfort, economy, reliability.

Cons: Poor traction in wet/snowy weather; risk of trying to open someone else’s cream-colored Camry.  There are a lot of them out there.

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2004 Toyota CamryReview
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Reliable, Good Looking, Great On Gas — The look of the car is really appealing. It's almost sporty in design. The brakes are amazing, turning is easy, and it gets up to 70 pretty quick. I usually get 30 and up mpg town driving. There's plenty of legroom and the system that came with it was pretty decent. Most importantly it's safe. Got into one accident and walked away without a scratch. This is the only car I've ever been proud of.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Stops on a dime, comfortable, Safe

Cons: A/C pain to fix

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2004 Toyota Camry SE FWDReview
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Overall Pretty Good, Not Overly Exciting Though — Good car. Only given me minor problems, which is great considering its got close to 100k miles. Performace is so so, the se trim actually does tighten the suspension and make it more fun to drive than other trims. But it is a camry and is in essence a boring car. Again, if your going to buy a camry, definitely get the SE trim, it does add a lot.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Function, Reliability (so far), Better sportiness than other trims

Cons: Boring/more exciting options out there

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2004 Toyota Camry LE FWDReview
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Good Car — This car is a sweet ride. it performs well. it is Japanese and built on an assembly line so it is built better than i expected. its a good car for a good price. it isn't no Mercedes so don't be expecting anything special.very good gas mileage-30 mpg i think. okay it is not a Ferrari. i don't know if anyone thinks driving a cheaply manufactured vehicle. it isn't classic, it isn't European, it isn't handmade.the styling is pretty cool if you ask me. runs well, easy to repair

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: cat got my tounge

Cons: none

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Review By Jeremy

Car was in bad shape; hadn’t been cleaned or detailed with scratches, dings and curb rash more than normal for a car with only 31k miles in it. I won’t be back. Read More

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