Toyota fully redesigned its Camry for the 2002 model year, so the midsize front-wheel-drive sedan sees only a handful of revisions for 2003. Fog lamps have been added to the XLE version, and all models equipped with automatic transmissions can have optional power-adjustable pedals. In its fifth-... Read Full Report
LOS ANGELES The fancy restaurants on La Brea Boulevard have a parking pecking order. High-end European metal goes up front. That means Aston Martin, Ferrari, Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar and BMW. Luxury Japanese cars wind up in the middle. That usually means a Lexus, or perhaps a Nissan 350Z or an Infiniti Q45. The Americans are represented, and they are easy to find, because th... Read full review for the 2003 Toyota Camry
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This was bought new in 2003 and now has logged 109,000 mostly trouble free and extremely reliable miles on it. There have been a few maintenance hiccups, but nothing major. Brake rotors needed resurf... Read Full Review
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