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This Car is an Unstoppable Zombie
by Brian A. E. from Woodland, CA | March 25, 2014
I found the Camry more comfortable than most cars in it's generation. The seats are soft and fit the human body well. With a 4 cylinder engine, and the car being light, it takes off at intersections really well, but suffers a little when getting on the highway. In the looks department, it's rather plain but not ugly. The inside is what's rather expected for a car made in the 80s. It originally came with a large lousy tape deck/am/fm radio, which I still have for comedy value! Where this car shines is the fact the it uses low gas and is an it just refuses to die, I am starting to think it's immortal at 380k miles.