2011 Toyota Camry Top Comparisons

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2011 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Best All Around Car. — The best all around car to be made. I have had 3 of them and would not buy any other car Never have had any problems with any of them other trying to keep them up with the wife driving them.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: It's a Toyota.

Cons: Wife drives it.

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2011 Toyota Camry XLE V6Review
Jonas writes:
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Value, Performance, And Fuel Economy In A Non-hybrid/diesel — While I wasn't considering a Camry initially, I am amazed to say that after returning to test drive it (after test driving multiple other manufacturer makes & models) again I was sold. The XLE V6 offered the best all-around blend of power, fuel economy, and amenities at this price point. If you're looking for a vehicle that is a status symbol, you won't be pleased with this car. If you're looking for value, dependability, economy, and performance all rolled up in one, go test drive one today.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: This vehicle has an outstanding balance of power, fuel economy, and a flawless transmission.  Both the front and rear seats are very comfortable inside a spacious cabin which helps to create a smooth and enjoyable ride.  Don't sell yourself short - go with the V6 as it only gets 1 less MPG combined than the I4.  You will NOT be disappointed!  No required maintenance beyond oil changes, cabin air filter replacements, and lube & checks until 100k.

Cons: Some of the interior finish lacks panache and just feels 'meh.'   I guess that's the tradeoff in making a vehicle that appeals to the greatest portion of the populace.  Steering is slightly underwhelming; while it's not quite numb, it doesn't make for an engaging driving experience.  The rear trunk sits a bit high and creates a compromised view when backing up.  The optional rear view camera would have been a huge bonus here.  

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2011 Toyota Camry LE V6Review
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Great Overall Perfomance And Appearance — I like the appearance of the camry LE because it remind you of a Lexus. I dislike that it is a 2011 camry without a navagation system installment. Overall the toyota camry is a fun car to drive anywhere of interst.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: the gear change from automatic to manual

Cons: no navagation

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2011 Toyota Camry BaseReview
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A Reliable Car — Performance: accelerates good, engine not too noisy, cruises really quiet. Build: solid, big trunk, plush seats. Appearance: boring and dull, some edginess. Fun: knowing you probably will drive it for a few hundred thousand miles without any troubleif you just get it its normal maintenance. Take care of you vehicle and it will take care of you.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Fuel efficient, quiet, and solid

Cons: Boring, no wow factor, just really boring :) but reliable

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2011 Toyota Camry SE V6Review
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Good For Day To Day Use And Cheap — performance- not enough power as you would expect out of a v6 build quality- good appearance- i think it looks nice i have SE which comes with body kit put some rims and tint windows like i did and your good to go cost of ownership- very affordable fun-factor- perfect for everyday use

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: cheap but looks nice and affordqble

Cons: preformance in the v6 model is good not great

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2011 Toyota Camry LE V6Review
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An Almost Perfect Car — Performance - Shock absorption, easy to handle despite driver size, seat-belt reminder is too loud Build Quality - No repairs needed Appearance - Nothing to complain Cost of Ownership - Fuel economy still tops American cars like always (although it is not number one), maintenance is also included

Pros: Perfomance,

Cons: Almost nothing, can't think of one for now.

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2011 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Great Buy — 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 even scratch. The car however did not survive.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Good Driving car, gas mileage was ok for a midsize car, plenty of room

Cons: No problems with this car

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2011 Toyota Camry LEReview
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Great Commuter Car With Quirks! —

I bought my 2011 Camry LE used with 52,000 miles on it from a local dealer. They had 43 used Camry's, and this was the nicest one my wife and I could find, so you know it looks and drives like new! I traded in my 2003 BMW 330XI, which I loved but couldn't keep for commuting because it just wasn't reliable enough. This is my 4th Camry in the last 25 years so I can can easily compare it to the previous generation models. The 2001 LE is very quiet at highway speed and comfortable and effortless to drive. It has a larger more solid feel than my last LE, a 1997 model, and is very stable on roads that are water, ice, and snow covered. It is so stable that I would say it is as easy or easier to drive in those conditions than my BMW, which was 4 wheel drive. So far my fuel mileage has been averaging 29.1 mpg, which is about the same as my '97 Camry. I have been getting 32 mpg on the highway in warm weather and about 29 mpg in the colder winter weather. Now to the bad aspects of the 2011 Camry. Well, there really aren't many. After driving a BMW for a while I can say that the Camry certainly is no BMW! It lacks that fantastic driving feeling that the BMW has, and really has no feeling for the road at all. You can't feel the road conditions in the Camry, whereas in the BMW you feel like you are connected to the road and can feel its condition at all times. The drivers seat in the Camry also is not very comfortable for my back as the seat padding narrows in the middle of the seat and pinches my ribs pretty hard. But the most irritating things about the 2011 Camry is this electronic gas pedal and the VERY ROUGH 6-speed transmission. The gas pedal is an electronic pressure sensor and it is VERY sensitive to any pressure, which makes it IMPOSSIBLE to drive smoothly! After driving the silky smooth BMW this drives me nutty as I can not pull away from a stop smoothly. I watch the heads of my passengers fly back each time I pull away from a stop, which just should never happen! This, combined with the goofy 6-speed transmission, gives a very rough ride below 40 mph. Below 40 mph the transmission is constantly shifting up a gear , then into overdrive, then up a gear, back and forth as you get up to highway speed. By 40 mph it is smooth, but up to that point it will not shift smoothly from one gear to another. Most all my driving is on the highway at 70+ mph, but if I had to drive this car around in town below 40 mph all the time I would go trade it in today! I've tried all the tricks I can find in the internet to fix problem, this but nothing helps. So, I will drive this car for a couple of years to get my money out of it and then give it to one of my kids and get a car that is more comfortable and smooth to drive. All in all the 2011 Camry is a good car with some quirks that may or may not bother you. It is amazingly reliable and will last forever! UPDATE 3/19/2014 I had my 2011 Camry in to the dealer today for the rough shifting and touchy gas pedal. They updated the software and checked the pedal for damage/correct operation. The pedal was fine, and after the software update the transmission shifts pretty smoothly and does not hunt constantly for a gear below 40mph. The gas pedal is not nearly as sensitive as it was either. I assume the software update corrected that problem too. The service manager told me they have had dozens of complaints about the new 6 speed transmission being rough and this software update seemed to correct most of the problem.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Reliability, comfortable, quiet, good gas mileage

Cons: 6 speed transmission very rough below 40mph, electronic gas pedal VERY touchy.

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2011 Toyota Camry Review
GuruNMFDX says:
vs2011 Nissan Altima Coupe
2011 Toyota Camry winning categories:
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Power Ranked 2011 Nissan Altima Coupe worse.
"Strong car"
Front Seats Ranked 2011 Nissan Altima Coupe worse.
"Good car"
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2011 Nissan Altima Coupe worse.
"Popular"
Value Ranked 2011 Nissan Altima Coupe worse.
" strong"
2011 Toyota Camry LE Review
Vivek says:
vs2011 Honda Accord LX
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Value Ranked 2011 Honda Accord LX better.
"Comfortable"
Would Buy Ranked 2011 Honda Accord LX better.
"Like it"

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