2006 Toyota Camry Solara Top Comparisons

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    2006 Toyota Camry SolaraReview
    dawsonts writes:
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    This car checks a number of my boxes. A Toyota for its reputation as a dependable used car, a Camry Solara for a coupe, Auto Transmission, black/black ext/int, very low miles.

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    2006 Toyota Camry Solara SLE ConvertibleReview
    judywicker47 writes:
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    Low Mileage Sporty Convertible — This Solara can serve a wide range of needs spanning sporty yet economical coupe to luxurious spacious cruiser. It has a comfortable ride, is fuel efficient, and has only 30000 miles under the hood. There are many exceptional features with this fine vehicle.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: A fun sporty car with ample back seat and trunk room.  Its V6 3.3L engine climbs Colorado's mountain roads with ease.  Its appearance is striking.

    Cons: none

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    2006 Toyota Camry Solara SLE ConvertibleReview
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    Great Mileage,power To Spare. Fun To Drive —

    It looks stylish w rakish lines, like a traffic stop waiting to happen. Rear of the car looks funky. Toyota made up for it under the hood 3.3 vvti engine coupled to a five speed automatic,sadly four cylinder are manual equipped,the five speed auto stick take some getting used to for manual drivers. Fun to drive. The sle v6 is the one you want.6way power seats leather is standard on sle convertible.the painted plastic parts are a real get ya downer,and some parts are ridiculously priced. (Windshield) 1600.00 dollars does it drive the car and make my bed?? Maint cost is low, mileage is great for v6 as long as you leave your lead foot at home. Couple blind spots typical in converts. Auto tinting mirrors are cool and nice at night for that yutz w the high beams behind you. Jbl audio is a real bummer. No built in amp. Eats discs after a couple years.auto heating and cooling, heated seats are a couple pluses. Anti lock is standard, steering crisp over correction can be a real threat at high speed. no real complaints Great car. I just felt like Barbie in it, not a cool feeling for a z owner.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Great power,mileage,stylish, auto stick,proximity impact sensors,smart key for valet starting.

    Cons: Targeted at women, funky rear clip (taillights) lots of painted plastic interior parts. Spendy parts.

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    2006 Toyota Camry Solara SE SportReview
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    Love It — sad to sell but handles road great, gas savior, and a beauty too. Sunroof, moonroof, power seat are very comfy, power windows... Great car to have, very reliable and never had any issue with it. Front wheel drive handles road just fine

    Pros: very comfortable

    Cons: 2 door not a family car

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    2006 Toyota Camry Solara SE ConvertibleReview
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    8 Out Of 10 — 8 out of 10. Car rides good. Handling is acceptable. Cup Holders don't work too well. Should not have changed the design from the 1999 Camry. Conv't top boot is not well constructed. BTW, Is there a manual on how to properly fit the boot? I have the carbon fiber interior and it looks great.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: good looks

    Cons: major blind spots

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    2006 Toyota Camry Solara SLE ConvertibleReview
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    The Car Priced To Sell, Below Market Value! A Dealer Would Ask $18,000. — This is a dream car to drive, especially on a warm sunny day with the top down!! The leather seats are comfortable and stylish. Good gas mileage. It is reliable and safe to drive. Great car at a great price.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: It's a fun car to own and to drive.  Very reliable, never had any mechanical problems.

    Cons: NOTHING~

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    2006 Toyota Camry Solara SLE V6Review
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    Excellent Car — Rides like a luxury car but handles like a sports car. The Backseat headrest obstruct most of rear window view. Good gas mileage for a sport car (around 23). Botton line is both excellent and a fun car to drive.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Sporty feel!!!

    Cons: Rear window view.

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    2006 Toyota Camry Solara SLE ConvertibleReview
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    Great Driving — the car is wonderful. very easy to drive. it is very clean and shiny and smooth riding. average amount of money and payments. cost on repair is minimal and the drivability is very supreme. the car is good for 300,000 miles or more.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Sporty

    Cons: niothing

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    2006 Toyota Camry Solara SLE V6Review
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    I Love My Baby!! — She's a great car. Handles really well, acceleration and breaking are great. Rides like a luxury car but handles like a sports car.

    Pros: Everything

    Cons: Nothing

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    2006 Toyota Camry Solara SE ConvertibleReview
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    I Love Anything Topless... — It's fun, it's sporty, its family-ready. I don't know if I've ever seen a convertible with a back seat as large as the one in this car. Even my tallest friends seem to be comfortable riding in the 2nd row. Its got all the great safety features Toyota offers in their regular sedans including child seat anchors (for when the time comes). Trunk has plenty of room to hold two golf bags too. Love it.

    Pros: About 75 degrees, at 75mph on the highway with the top down. Crank up the radio and enjoy the ride.

    Cons: If it's been raining and you either open the door or roll down the window, water from the edge of the seam (where the retractable roof meets the windshield) drips onto your door armrest and/or thigh.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2008 Toyota Camry Solara Reviews

    Review By Guru9BNX1Q

    In my opinion, the Toyota Camry Solara SLE convertible is the best car ever manufactured by Toyota; and that is saying a lot. The high-performance standard V-6 engine alone places it above most of th... Read More

    Review By Samuel

    Trying to find one for under $1500 cash in illinois Read More

    2007 Toyota Camry Solara Reviews

    Review By GuruVR55M

    Car does everything good good I guess good looks perfect value Read More

    Review By Guru9X9BK1

    I don’t know what to compare it to. It is the best car I ever had. Comfortable, pick up if needed, looks good, runs good, lasts a long time. I sold my 2006 to a cousin. It had over 100,000 miles. He ... Read More

    2005 Toyota Camry Solara Reviews

    Review By MsS.

    TOYOTA!! Enough said! Whomever had this vehicle before me took very good care of it ❤ Read More

    Reliable,gas Saver By Winorlose

    The Solara was a sporty luxury car that I used to zip around town as well as take long trips for two. The 4 cylinder engine provided gas saving at 27 average on highway to 31 miles per gallon. In kne... Read More

    2004 Toyota Camry Solara Reviews

    Review By GuruJ3XVB

    It was exactly what we had been looking for at a great price. Read More

    Review By Jesusis1

    2004 Toyota Camry Solara V-6 is an excellent car. It is smooth and has no problems. It has a sunroof and plenty room. Because of this car, Solara, the only car I want from this point on is a Solara... Read More

    2003 Toyota Camry Solara Reviews

    Review By Jay

    Fun reliable car. Drove like an Avalon. Consider it a Camry Deluxe. Read More

    Its The Best Car For Me For Under $10k By migration_prnitz

    Toyota Solara convertible, especially the V6 is the best car on the used market of its kind hands down. I like everything about this car. Whoever at Toyota decided to quit making it is a moron. I hop... Read More

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