top speed of camry

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Asked by Dec 22, 2009 at 01:59 PM about the Toyota Camry

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top speed of camry 2000cc, anyone know??

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around 105, guestamating

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so slow?? how come toyota produce such slow car?? i thought around 125mph. can see from youtube...

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i got an 86 and a 97 that peg the speedo at 120, the 86 is only 1600 cc, the 97 is a 2000cc to test speeds dont do it on highway, go to the local track and make sure the vehicle is safe to take to high speeds (tire tread, balance and inflation, good brakes etc) - hurting yourself or others isnt worth finding out how fast your car is.

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I don't know, since I obey all the speed limits here in the USA, but my speedometer says up to 140 mph.

I know it's an old post, but I got a 2000 Camry LE 2.2L i4 to do a 9.67 0-60, and a 16.83 1/4 mile. The fastest I've ever had her was 127 mph. Hope this helps.

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