Bought this car new in 2011. With over 100,000 miles and only spent money on regular maintenance, a great car. Outstanding value and super reliable. This is my wife’s daily driver and she refuses to get a new Camry or any other vehicle.
Vary spacious, comfortable car
What we don't like Outside paint is deteriorating a lot all over the body of the vehicle, it looks like burned and makes the car look ugly, I am surprised that there is not a recall because of this Meets our needs in space and safety
Just got so far so good.
I think this car runs good for an older car. Comfy leather seats and nice dash light up. Great on gas! Cant beat it. Ty
recently bought and was robed
the car would be great if the dealer fixed the recalls and fixed what they were supposed to. my car has 23,000 miles on it. There should not be any issues what so ever.
Not an LE
I really love the car. Had it inspected by mechanic here. Got an A. Comfortable ride. I've always owned Camry LE's, this is a cheaper model. Would have liked side seat adjuster forward and upward. But love the car.
Scrapped my second 2002 acura tl recently and decided to change it up by going camry. Been driving a TL for 14 years. I purchased a 2011 camry se with 70 000kms. I drove 3000 kms on it so far. Likes: Great fuel economy Large cabin space Everything feels smooth Enough speed for highway traffic Dislikes Back seats dont go down. (Wish 60/40 split was standard)
This car met all of my needs. I'm only selling it because my wife and I are able to make do with one vehicle - otherwise, I'd still be driving this Camry around. The car has never had any issues. My first car was a 2007 Toyota Camry. This was my second car. The Camry remains extremely fuel efficient, reliable, and I found this 2011 model to be sleak. It's in great shape, and I've always made a point to have it regularly maintained via oil changes, tire rotations, and check-ups. This car will get the job done for you! One thing to note: the auxillary cord is not working - something (perhaps a piece of an old audio jack) may be jammed in there - but aside from that, driving this car was always an enjoyable experience!
Most reliable car I have owned
Great condition with no issues of any kind. Very well-maintained. Recommended inspections and services done at recommended intervals at Toyota certified dealership. No accidents of any kind.
Wow, great car!
This car needed no introduction. I practically wore it while on my way to work and back home and to my business appointments. Each time I got in it, it was a pleasure to drive. I still own this car. It is a keeper!
I purchased this 2011 car in 2014 with about 40K miles, and have had no issues during my 6 years and 100K+ miles of ownership. This 4 cylinder with a 6 speed transmission doesn't have the interior bells and whistles, but it's extremely reliable, a comfortable ride and has a large trunk. The engine runs smoothly thru the gears and also has an autostick for those who enjoy the manual shifting. If you're taller than 5'9" headroom might be tight in the front seats. Car comfortably seats four, can seat five for short rides. I run synthetic oil and do the normal maintenance, and no issues. After 100K miles is when the normal maintenance. The normal maintenance bills increased a bit at 100K: 100K was the serpentine belts replacement($300); 120K checkup ($170 flush coolant\replace cabin filter) and 139K was the AC\Condenser replacement ($700). Car is primarily for commuting, but also the primary family vehicle. There is no blue tooth, back up camera or blind spot monitor...but it's dependable and still has no rust at 139K miles. This car lives in Northwest NJ (not in a garage) and still has many miles left in her.