2000 Toyota Camry consumer reviews

$17,518–$18,318 MSRP range
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98% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.3
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value for the money 4.8
  • Exterior styling 4.3
  • Reliability 4.9
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Best car

awesome car great car for my first car i would definetly recommend it for your first car great milegage


2000 Camry LE 4 cyl.

Bought this car last summer while looking for a reliable daily driver. Looked at Hondas, Toyotas, Chevrolets...Toyota Camry by far had the best reviews. Bought it with approximately 118,000 miles, now has 132,000. I have the 2.2 liter 4 cylinder, and I'm seeing about 29 MPG. With today's gas prices, I'm putting about $40 in the tank to fill it and see about 400 miles between fill-ups. I'm the 3rd owner, and it came with all maintenance records and even the new window sticker. I can't speak highly enough of this car. Extremely reliable, great looking, comfortable, quiet, very well made. It's great saving miles off of my pickup truck and summer toys in the garage. I actually look forward to driving this car every time. I fully intend on driving this car to 500,000+ miles. Great job Toyota!!!


Reliable and Durable

This car has served loyally for 17 years, the Japanese really know how to make them to last! I used the car to commute downtown daily and it has done the job so well.


2000 toyota camry xle

I love this car. It has bee so reliable and taken me on many road trips! The sun roof made for very enjoyable sunny day road trips.


2000 Camry 2.2 l 4 Cyl - 388,344 miles

Best car ever. Original Tran and Engine with no work done on either except oils, filters, belts, and plugs. Did replace valve gasket after 320,000 miles which was easy to do and cost about $15 for RTV Gasket. Starter gave out at 300,000 mi. Bought a used one for $20 and installed it in 1 hours...so easy. The exhaust just went bad at 370,000 miles, so put in a new exhaust system. Put in a new radiator for $200 and do the brakes about every 80,000-100,000 mi. The car is zippy, reliable, and just keeps on running. As long as the engine and transmission keep working with no major work needed, I will keep on going. Paint held up well. I even put a snow plow on the front of the car for two winters and it did very well although it was a bit hard on the bumper. 400,000 miles is soon approaching and the way it's running will have it at 500,000 miles in 4 more years.


Best Car Ever!!!

Purchased as Certified Used from Dealer in 2003 ~ 60K miles now at 217000 miles and no major issues to report. Other than regular wear parts(Brakes, Belts, Plugs and Tires) the only failure has been a cracked radiator. 70+ mile daily commute gets me about 420 miles to each tank averaging 75-80 MPH


Great Car

We have a 2000 Toyota Camry CE 4 cylinder Automatic. It has 175,000 miles on it. There are only a few things that are not perfect. The hood paint is flaking off, the gas peddle sticks sometimes on acceleration, the arm rests are separating on both sides and part of the underbelly is coming off. We get 26 mpg in the city. It has very fast acceleration if needed. A lot of get up and go power!!


No complaints

Bought my 2000 six-cyl. Camry LE new in 2001 and drove it about 10k miles per year. I had zero repairs until 2011 when the oxygen sensor failed which cost me about $300, but nothing else. Looking at replacing it with a Lexus next because I want to stick with Toyota but am looking for a little more luxury this time.


Never Had A Single Problem

Bought the XLE version new in 2000. Had it ever since. THE best car I ever owned. Aside from maintenance -- which has not been that much -- the car has never needed a mechanical repair. Most parts are still original. Have driven it from New York to Florida more than once and didn't even think about anything going wrong (as with previous cars I've owned).


Toyota Camry, Basically What I Expected

I purchased a 2000 Camry through cars.com from a Virginia resident. I was able to negotiate a lower sales price than that requested on line, but I also had to put close to $1,000 into the car to pass inspection. SInce getting the car a few months back, it's been a reliable, no-frills vehicle that I thought would get better mileage, though it's basically about 20 mpg in mostly city driving. Sometimes I wish I had gone for the used convertible I looked at, but I think I got good value for my money.