2006 Toyota Camry User Reviews

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2006 Toyota Camry LEReview
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I Like My Little Car — Takes me where I need to go, as long as I don't need to go to the mountains during a snow storm.

Pros: Fuel Efficient

Cons: Not a lot of power

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Drives Like A Dream For The Cost To Re-sale Ratio — I use to be a "Die-Hard" GM guy, but test drove the Camry for giggles and never looked back. The power steering is so smooth! It's like a hot knife though butter. Seriously! Acceleration and breaking are fantastic! Far better then the GM or Ford counter-parts that I test drove when looking for my new car.

Pros: Power Steering, Acceleration & Braking.

Cons: Trunk Space (It's limited because you get a full-sized spare!)

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Nice Car — Fantastic family run-about

Pros: Appearance, value

Cons: Plastic components

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2006 Toyota Camry LEReview
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35mpg Is Great But Quality Is A Little Sub-par For Toyota — No problems since new until last month at about 25000 miles. Had to replace the computer which I have never had happen in any car before even post 100,000 miles which I usually exceed before replacing cars. Fortunately was still under warranty or would have run $800.00+ per the dealer.

Owner for 1 years, 6 months

Miles Driven per Year:13,000

Pros: Consistent 35 mpg city and highway

Cons: Noisier than I like but overall good value for the money,has side airbags

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2006 Toyota Camry XLE V6Review
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A Premium Quality Car But For An Attractive Lower Price!!! — The XLE V6 Camry is an authentic premium quality car. It is comfortable, with plenty of space, excellent driver vision, fast response, reasonable gas economy, low maintenance frequency and cost, high reselling price, and many more. I used to have an european premium quality car that cost me a lot more than my Camry but performed quite under my XLE. What a stupid I was!!!.

Owner for 1 years, 8 months

Miles Driven per Year:10,000

Pros: There are many pros, but the most important is the Toyota service. It is a top service indeed.

Cons: I have not seen any cons. If your priority is to have an exclusive car, i.e. that which is not commonly seen in the streets, then Camry is not for you. People know the value of their money and get Camry.

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It Runs Smoothly — Athough it makes sound when it runs, it has a wonderful pick up and steering control works very well.

Owner for 1 years, 8 months

Miles Driven per Year:12,000

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2006 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Excelent — I like this car because it is one of the best fuel efficient cars in the market. I also like the car because of its comfort. It drives smoothly. I feel very much in control when I drive. Love it

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great car

Cons: Everything good with  this car

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2006 Toyota Camry LEReview
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I Would Be Happy To Own This Car. [edit - Now I Do!] —

My cousin in Los Angeles let me test drive his new stickshift Camry a few years back, and it was one of the best cars I have driven in my life. It really ticks all the boxes: Roomy, comfortable, reliable, fun to drive, cheap to buy, cheap to run. Here is a quick rundown: Roomy: There is copious legroom front and rear, and the trunk is big enough for three or four medium-sized suitcases. Comfortable: The seats are supportive, and the ride is more cushioned than I would expect from anything less than a luxury car. Toyota have done what was once thought impossible: Great ride comfort with no accompanying compromise in handling. The interior is well-insulated from road and wind noise, which is still audible, but muffled. Reliable: Nothing has gone wrong with this car yet, and probably never will. It's a Toyota. Enough said. Fun to drive: Steering is precise and direct. The power assist provides just the right weight. This, combined with the poised handling, gives me the confidence to push the car a bit closer to the limit than I would normally be comfortable doing in a large family car. The Camry I drove was equipped with the standard 5-speed manual transmission. With an automatic, this car would actually be as boring as it looks. The gas, brake, and clutch pedals all feel linear. The clutch has a particularly long travel, which is great for smooth shifting. Cheap to buy: My cousin bought the car in 2007 for 17 grand. It was an incredibly good deal, partly because he haggled the price down, knowing the dealer was desperate to get last year's models off the lot. Even under normal circumstances though, the Camry is a great value, with better standard features than almost anything else in its class. Cheap to run: EPA mileage figures are 21 city, 30 highway, but my cousin claims he gets significantly more than that. Wow. Now for the downsides: The best way I can describe the 4-cylinder engine is "adequate". It's not going to knock your socks off, but it gets the job done. That's fine by me--I get more of a thrill from saving money at the pump than racing between the lights. Seen on its own, the Camry is pleasant to look at, but it doesn't stand out from the crowd. It is so common that you can't drive a mile in most towns without seeing at least twenty of them. It has become the quintessential boring car, in the eyes of the public. And yet, I find myself drawn to its unassuming image. Maybe I just like the idea that no one will ever suspect how much fun I'm having!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: -Great to drive
-Comfortable
-Excellent gas mileage
-Reliable
-Practical
-My left ankle gets some exercise

Cons: -The 4-cylinder isn't very powerful
-This isn't a car you can brag to your friends about

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2006 Toyota Camry Review
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vs2006 Nissan Maxima
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Power Ranked 2006 Nissan Maxima better.
"Ive owned a Nissan before"
Handling Ranked 2006 Nissan Maxima better.
"My mother and brother owns a Altima and I really like the way Nissan drives"
Looks/Style Ranked 2006 Nissan Maxima better.
"I like them both"
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2006 Nissan Maxima better.
"Gas mileage"
Value Ranked 2006 Nissan Maxima better.
"Actually the Camry often have the one thing that I like, (moon roof) more over the Nissan."
2006 Toyota Camry SE Review
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slow pickup, smooth movement with acceleration of speed
vs1995 Saab 900 2 Dr S Convertible
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2015 Toyota Camry Reviews

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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

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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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