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PA Used Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry has been on the market since the 1983 model year, when Toyota replaced its old rear-wheel-drive Corona with the front-wheel-drive Camry, a car aimed specifically at the U.S. market. Over the years the Camry has dominated the midsize family sedan segment as consumers immediately embraced it for its high build quality, comfortable ride and impressive durability. While the first Camry models only came as V4s, many used models will be found with V6 engines. In addition to the base DX and well-equipped LE versions, more trim levels became available, including the sporty SE and posh XLE. Even an all-wheel-drive Camry, dubbed the "All-Trac," was available for several years. In the United States, the Camry has been regularly the best selling car for the last decade, but has been outsold in some years. Overall, the Toyota Camry is a top choice for those seeking a used roomy, comfortable and dependable family car. The Toyota Camry sedan offers a quiet, stress-free driving experience. Many desirable modern features are also available, including side airbags and antilock brakes (which became standard on all trim levels except the base CE). Although a Camry older than 1997 is likely to have quite a few miles on it, it is still something to consider for folks on a tight budget. Provided it has been faithfully maintained, a 1992-'96 Camry should be able to spin its odometer to nearly 200,000 miles without major problems.

Fifth generation Camry 1997–2001

The fifth generation Camry continued as a sedan; a station wagon was sold in Japan, but not the U.S. This generation was launched in the U.S. for the 1997 model year. In 2000, the sedan models received a mid-model upgrade to the front and rear fascias, but remained otherwise similar to the 1997-s1999 models. A coupe was added in 1999, and then a convertible form in 2000. The new two-door cars were given a separate nameplate Camry Solara, or simply Solara. They were also a significant styling departure from the sedan. The Solara was available in SE and SLE trims, corresponding roughly to the sedan's LE and XLE trims. The Camry SE was dropped and the base model was renamed the CE for the 1997 model year. All trim levels were available with either the 2.2 L I4 or the 3.0 L V6 engine except the Solara SLE, which was only available with the V6.

Sixth generation Used Camry 2001–2006

In September 2001, the 2002 model year Toyota Camry was released as a larger sedan. The Camry wagon was replaced by the Sienna minivan and the Highlander SUV, both vehicles utilizing the Camry's platform.

Seventh generation Toyota Camry 2006–2009

The seventh generation Camry was introduced at the 2006 North American International Auto Show alongside a hybrid version. Toyota completely redesigned the Camry giving it a sleeker design. Power comes from a choice of four and six-cylinder engines.

Used Camry Hybrid

The seventh-generation Toyota Camry (2006) is the first generation in which the Camry has been available as a gasoline/electric hybrid. The Camry Hybrid utilizes Toyota’s second generation Hybrid Synergy Drive and a 2AZ-FXE 4-cylinder with 147 horsepower in conjunction with a 40 hp electric motor for a combined output of 187 horsepower. The Camry became the third Toyota model sold in America to be offered as a hybrid after the Prius and the Highlander Hybrid.

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