Toyota could take a unique approach to selling the new Camry wagon. It could make them all white, put a bar code on the doors and a big sticker on the hood that reads CAR. Generic - that's the Camry wagon. Make no mistake about it, though, the Camry wagon does nothing wrong. It's designed and assembled well, and it adheres to Toyota's high standards of quality. But the car lacks... Read full review for the 1993 Toyota Camry
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This is the best car ever! I bought it used in 1996 with 41,000 miles and have been driving it strong every since! I've had several brand new cars between then and now and none of them can compare to ... Read Full Review
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