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from Bobby Rahal Toyota
Year / Model Reviewed:
2012 Camry LE
Solid, quick, quiet, comfortable, good quality, roomy, looks great, goes well in the snow and on ice
fuel economy isn't as good as I had hoped and the defroster takes forever to clear the windows.
I had a 2009 Honda Fit that I really liked but wanted something with an automatic. I purchased a 2012 Accord which I hated. The dealer worked with me to try out several other cars. I didn't test drive a Camry because I thought they were weird looking. Anyhow, the moment I sat in the car, I was impressed. And the car was very fast during the test drive. The exterior looks have grown on me and I really like it now. I have about 10,000 miles on the car and enjoy it tremendously. It's comfortable for long-distance drives and goes surprisingly well in snow and on ice. I really like the radio and, especially, the control panel in the dashboard. My car is green with a tan interior and everyone who has gotten into the car comments on the neat stitching on the dashboard and how handsome the car is with the color combination. My car is the LE which means it has steel wheels with hubcaps and a more plain interior than the SE. It's a plain-looking car but that works fine with me. The Fit and the Accord I had both scraped my driveway when I turned in, however, the Camry sits up just a little higher and doesn't scrape. I think the Camry is everything a good car should be -- roomy, quiet, quick, smooth, decent-sized trunk and reasonable fuel economy. I'd recommend a Camry to anyone looking for a sedan.
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2012 Honda Accord, 1995 Chevy Lumina, 1991 Pontiac Gran Prix