2007 Toyota Camry Solara Overview

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2007 Toyota Camry Solara Overview

The Toyota Solara was introduced in 1999 to provide coupe and convertible alternatives to the top-selling Camry sedan. The Solara had its genesis in the mid-1990s Camry Coupe, but that model was dropped after 1997. The new Solara offered a greater departure from Camry styling and mechanics. While the platform is still the same, the coupe features a sleeker roof line and unique front and rear styling. The Solara also uses a tightened suspension and a firmer steering system.
The Toyota coupe undergoes a mid-second generation styling refresh for 2007, marked by noticeable revisions to both the front and rear ends. Toyota has also added safety items like a tire pressure monitor and side curtain airbags. New options include Bluetooth and a voice-activated navigation system. The Solar is available as a coupe or a convertible, and each body is offered in three trim levels. The SE is the well-equipped base model and Sport in the mid-level performance-oriented trim. The SLE provides an upscale finish, adding wood trim, power leather seats, and a premium JBL audio system.
Two engine options are offered. The standard power plant is a 2.4 liter four cylinder which provides 157 horsepower and 158 pound-feet of torque. The larger engine is a
3.3 liter V-6, generating 210 horsepower and 220 pound-feet of torque. The four cylinder is available with either a five speed manual or five speed automatic transmission. The V-6 can only be paired with the automatic. Fuel efficiency is 21/29 mpg for the V-6, and 25/34 mpg with the four.
Expectations of the Solara as a true sport coupe may lead to some disappointment. Toyota has excelled at blending a variety of desirable features like safety, comfort, reliability, and refinement into all of its cars, and the Solara is no different. However, lackluster performance has steadily been the most common complaint from drivers.


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How Do I Get The Radio Code On My 2007 Toyota Camry Solara?

Since I changed my battery, my Four CD changer will not work. It loads the CDs, but they just blink and do not play. My radio works fine...T Any suggestions? Thank you, Alan Levine (levine.ag@comca...

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Car Won't Start With Alternator Plugged In

Car will start fine with alternator unplugged , but when I plug the alternator in the car won't even crank

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Since I Put A New Battery In My 2007 Solara, The Cd Player (4 Cds) Takes Th...

Four CD changer, since my battery died & was replaced, I can LOAD the CDs, but the 'number' (1,2,3 or 4) blinks and the CDs will not play. Any suggestions?? Thank you, Alan Levine (levine.ag@comcast....

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What Are The Problems With A 2007 Toyota Solara Convertable

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2007 Toyota Solar A Sport Timing Belt Or Chain

Wondering should I buy one with 172,000 miles and how much into replace timing

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