Camry?

ToyBoy

New Member
#1
Hey Corolla fans, I have a 2014 Corolla that I am really pleased with. I bought it new and it has 53K miles with 0 issues. I don`t plan on buying a new car soon but you never know. My question is when the time comes for a new car purchase would you maybe jump up to a new Camry?
 
#2
Really like the Camry's new looks, they kinda gave it a snarly look. Far as reliability...1. Toyota Reliability 2. Camry History of reliability 3. Great on Long trips far as comfort goes 4. Fairly stingy on gas
 
#3
Other then the newer Camry the one with the wider rear fender is beautiful , But honestly the 2014 you have is just as beautiful as the new one . Hard choice but why take a car payment when you have something reliable and that you know .
 

ToyBoy

New Member
#4
Yep, trying to keep the Corolla. Just wondering if anyone in the market for a new car to replace their Corolla would pick up a Camry.
 
#5
seeing the Avalon has a neat feature stop & go I wonder how long down the road that will be in the camery as well corolla? and being manually turned on that is a WOW for me.
 
#6
I drove the 2018 Camry SE for a week as a loaner and loved it! It is fast and responsive. The body style of the SE even looks sportier than the new Lexus IS. A used one costs about the same as a brand new Corolla. Yes, I would definitely consider it. I just have to justify if the lowered fuel economy is worth it since I use my car as a daily.
 
#7
The Camry SE looks really sporty. I love the body lines on it. This will definitely be my next vehicle. I wish they offered a 1.8L engine option with it though. The 1.8 has better reliability and mileage than the 6 cylinder. I guess you can't drive a sporty looking car with the economy engine these days.
 
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