I will NEVER get rid of my 2000 Toyota Camry!!!!
My 2000 Camry is 23 years old and still strong. My V6 engine beats mustangs off the light. Yes, it does. People don't believe a 23 year old car still gets up and goes like it did the day it was produced. I love the body style. Still beautiful. Interior still looks brand new. I also have 0% rust. No rust at all. He (yes, he is a boy) rides perfect as well. If you took care of this car, it will take care of you. I took my car tot he Toyota dealer where I purchased him so my husband can pick up his new Tundra and 6 salesman came over and was in awww. They said my year was the last true V6 engine put in a Camry. Mercedes Benz are high priced pieces of tin. People need reliability and you do not need bells and whistles for it. Heated seats will not save in in a accident or when your junker stops working in a remote area. So, if you have one and it is a V6, hold on to it. It is the best car EVER!!!!!
LOVE MY CAMRY V6 XLE
WE HAVE HAD CAMY FOR 18 YEARS...BOUGHT HER WITH 32 THOUSAND MILES ON HER SHE NOW HAS 219,OOO ON HER....WE DID TIMING BELT ONCE...OIL CHANGES..SENSORS....ALTERNATOR. AND BELT....NEW BUMPER AS HUSBAND IS A TERRIBLE DRIVER...HA..LOVE MY CAR...I ALSO DRIVE A 2014 PRIUS C WHICH IS ALSO WONDERFUL.....
Fantastic durable solid vehicle. A pleasure to own
Purchased the 2000 V6 Camry new. Currently has 278,000 plus miles. Performs like a plane. Is a solid piece of art. This is my third brand new Toyota.
Then old Toyota Camrys are tuff cars.
Love my old tank a 2000 Camry XLE 2.2 4 cylinder automatic. The car was a head of it's time. Bought two plus years ago for $1200 dollars. The body has dings and dents from parking in a rough section of Philadelphia. The car has never let me down. The only thing I did was the oil changes and replace the air filter. The struts were shot when I bought her. Now I am replacing them. With aftermarket preloaded struts from Rockauto.com. My go to place. eBay as well. Also changing out the the rear sway bar bushings with a new kit. Then they timing belt and water pump not too far down the line. And brakes all around. Transmission fluid and filter to. Engine oil to. Car has 198k I want to get another 100k out of it. Motor purrs like a kitten. Tuff old Tank!! I want to get a older Toyota 4 cylinder automatic longbed. Very hard to find.
Excellent, reliable car.
Great car for local driving. Due to noted body rust, use for work and errand car, 119,000 miles. Still reliable. 2nd owner, with prior owner family. Too good of car to let go.
This model xle v6 is unbelievable...
Unbelievably the best vehicle I ever owned. Wouldn't give it up by a long shot. Just wondering if toyota keep there reputation with the new models but can't say cause never driven new model .. but this model i own is super incredible... Thss a fact.....
Extremely reliable, Great gas mileage, Sharp
Outstanding value and very practical. Large trunk for smaller car, great handling and low cost of operation. Very well engineered and easy to service. Most reliable car we ever owned.
Owned For 20 Years!
I bought my 2000 Toyota Camry XLE brand new, driving it off the lot with just 13 miles on it. Living in Missouri, I drove it to California, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, and New York as well as passing through many states during those trips. As of July 2020 it has just over 256,200 miles on it! I have been homeless and lived in it for 14 months as well. To this day it runs flawlessly. Still use the factory-installed 6-Disc CD changer and the air conditioner has NEVER been serviced and is still ice-cold! It's been 20 years and I still have no desire to part with it. It has been the best investment I could have possibly made. They say the 2016 model is even more reliable, if that is even possible.
Most reliable car ive owned
I was in a bind financially and bought my 2000 Toyota Camry for 400 dollars, it had been driven to near death, had 300,000 miles and needed work done, i put it in the shop, and have driven it daily for 5 years, still going strong and nearing 400,000 miles, I depend on this car and love it
I have owned Toyota Camry 2000 for 8+ years and don't regret it at all. The car is solid as a rock. Very reliable and inexpensive to fix. I strongly believe that the old Toyota cars are more reliable than the most recent ones.