Solara coupes have more visibility troubles than the sedan. The Camry holds its resale value well, and its reliability means you probably won't have to see much of your dealer until it's time for a new one. That was five years and 52,000 miles ago. Other than that, it has been problem free. It's the fastest of them all with a 0-to-60 time of 7. Bad strut mounts could cause a knocking or rattling noise in the front suspension.
Though the car is no sports sedan, it is smooth and competent, giving the driver a confident sense of control. The only thing that I don't like is the factory alarm. The new bumpers, for example, are cheaper to build and install yet protect up to 5 mph instead of 2. No major repairs have been required; although the transmission is just beginning to slip only when in cruise control. It has to downshift more frequently, and passing on two-lane roads requires more planning than with a larger engine. That was five years and 52,000 miles ago. The white-on-black gauges of the instrument panel are larger and brighter this year.
Have someone who likes plenty of lower-back support sit there. I can't think of any significant disadvantages. A second power outlet is located at the bottom on the front console, next to the new built-in tissue dispenser. The Camry holds its resale value well, and its reliability means you probably won't have to see much of your dealer until it's time for a new one. So if you're looking for something fuel-efficient, I would go with the four cylinder.
The size class for cars is determined by the interior passenger and cargo volumes. The pickup can be a little sluggish at times. There is plenty of head- and legroom for front and rear passengers. The 4-cylinder Camry is rated among the best in its class for fuel economy. Other than that, it has been problem free. All that remained was the 4-door sedan. This puts the wheels closer to the corners, which gives the car a sportier stance and a fuller look overall.
The 1997 Camry is a family car that is fun to drive, even with the 4-cylinder engine. The recently-introduced fourth- generation Camry is designed with the American customer in mind. Safety: Antilock brakes are standard in all, but the base models. Any model might have the optional dual-overhead-cam V6 instead, making 194 horsepower. Several thoughtful amenities have been added.
Both are very good reliable engines; with good maintenance you shouldn't have too many problems with either one. I was expecting an old piece of junk but I was wrong. The new Camry is less than an inch longer than before, but it looks bigger and more substantial, thanks to smart design. The trim levels have also been tweaked. Wires typically break where the harness flexes from opening and closing the trunk lid.
After about 5 hours of driving, one has no feeling from the waist down, its like sitting on a concrete block. I have no doubts as to why it is so favored. Thanks to its status as the benchmark among family sedans, the Camry manages to sustain ever-increasing sales, even with a comparatively steep pricetag. For 1997, the Camry benefits from a makeover worthy of any perfume pusher. Other exterior and interior dimensions increased by less than an inch apiece.
There are numerous new storage cubbies, and the glovebox is almost 30% larger. Appearance and Miscellaneous Option Avail. The Camry is very reliable and with good care can easily last for 250,000 miles and more. In this, the company has succeeded. It is flanked by low, wide headlamps. Pounds Per Horsepower 23 Fuel Capacity 18. The newest Camry is crisp without being too angular, and has presence.