2006 Toyota Camry Solara Overview

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2006 Toyota Camry Solara Overview

The 2006 Camry Solara remains mostly unchanged from the 2005 model, when it was completely redesigned. The Solara is made for Camry drivers who are looking for something a little more fun, and the handling will feel familiar to Camry owners. The Solara looks much sleeker than the Camry sedan, with a sporty dashboard and aerodynamic body.

The 2006 Camry Solara is available as a two-door coupe and a convertible in the SE and SLE trim levels. The SLE coupe offers extras such as heated mirrors and a moon roof. Upgrading to the SLE convertible gets you heated leather seats. The coupe is also available in an additional trim, the SE Sport, which includes a spoiler, sport suspension and 17" wheels.

The Camry Solara convertible receives high praise for its roomy backseat, but users complain that it is difficult to get into. Other complaints include a significant right-rear blind spot and low visibility out the rear window.

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    The lights turned on all of a sudden while I was on the night way at 75 MPH the car has 131k miles and drives fine. I'm not sure on what the problem might be

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    Cranks but won’t start. Acts as if it’s out of gas. No prior problems or warning.

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    Ride Comfort

    Hi Does the 2006 Toyota SLE have a harsher ride over rough roads than the base model? I'm looking into trading in my 2007 Honda CRV EXL for a Toyota Solara SLE because of financial reasons. Thank you...