of the 2001 Toyota Camry. Base trim shown.
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17 years of driving the car
Very reliable car. Bought the car new in 2001. Drive this car for 17 years with 173k mileage and still running ok no mechanical problem. Really worth the money. Read full review
Very reliable car
The car was my moms car so it had very low miles and engine in excellent condition , sold in less than a week after listing on cars.com! Read full review