• Toyota TUCKING Camry! Its not the car you want, it's the car you need. It won't win you any beauty pageants but it will get you from point A to point B and not give you any shit. Thinking about buying your kid a $30,000 car? Fuck that, buy them a shit box Camry because you know they are going to wreck that shit either way.
Insurance is cheap, gas is cheap, parts are cheap and I know if you are looking at this add then you are cheap so just buy it! AC blows colder than a penguins pecker. Pros- it's a
Toyota Camry. Cons- it's a Toyota Camry. No low balers, I know what have
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    • Probably has 700,000 miles and still runs normally
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    • Let me tell you a story: One day my Toyota started making a weird noise, so i ignored it and it went away, the end.
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    • Camry owner, can confirm that these are the shit
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    • Toyota is still statistically the most reliable car brand. 35 years and counting.
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    • That's the way to fucking sell a car
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    • My first car was a 98 camry that thing ran like a champ we got it at 200k miles and had it till it was approaching 400k when our street flooded and killed it.
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    • My 2002 Nissan maximas ac just went out so now my car is officially shittier then his. (And it was the best thing about my car too)
      dude101 3 sep
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    • I had a 93 Mazda mx3 5 speed. Clutch finally went out at 367,000 ish miles. It sat in my dad's yard for a year. My dad finally for shits and giggles replaced the clutch. Fucking car started right up. Still runs to this day. Around 380,000 miles now.
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    • My first car was an 83 ( I think that was the year) Camry. This was in 2016 and that thing had 0 issues. 380000 miles. Let my sister drive it once and she totaled it
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    • Toyota camry gang wya
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    • Camry owner here. Can confirm this is the most efficient car ever. Great gas mileage if you treat it right and it runs so smoothly. I'm gonna have this car until it breaks down
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    • Facebook marketplace is full of low ballers
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    • Toyota is the shit. Georgetown KY builds them. I highly recommend! They last longer than ANY American car! I love America, but damn..build a better fucking car!
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    • I jumped mine til it wouldnt jump no more. I gave her hell and she loved it. My camry was an amazing lil 4 banger, ans she didnt give up. She blew a rod and then cracked the block..... and the bitch still run. I love a good ol toyota. 10 outta 10 woukd buy a shit box again
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    • This is the kinda car you buy for $100 and a pack of cigarettes
      basedmf 3 sep
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    • Toyota makes DURABLE vehicles. I wanna trade my Dodge Ram 1500 for a Tacoma
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    • If it moves and has AC it’s NASA to me
      Skeek 3 sep
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    • Bought a 2020 camry XSE nightshade edition. Its the shit and it'll last me forever. 35k in the hole though.
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    • Toyota is the gold standard of reliability in the 90s
      s810 3 sep
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    • Toyota is a reliable brand. Depending on what you need (cargo wise) you really can't go wrong with any used Toyota with relatively low miles for the year.
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    • Bought one for 600. My mom drove it about a mile down the highway and the hood blew off and the engine caught fire.
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    • But does it have the Camry dent
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    • Toyota is the example of quality back in the 90's when they revolutionized Six Sigma lean manufacturing. The 90's Supra has such a strong fortified steel crankshaft, it can easily put 1000 horsepower stock.
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    • Why not buy a Jeep? The parts are expensive, they break down all the time, and flip over if you turn too hard
      Woodworm 3 sep
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    • 95-06 Camry, or 98-05 Civic... indisputably the best: reliable, low-maintenance, good mpg, low-budget. First car was a Civic. Drove it into the ground. Had a friend who drove a Camry, literally rolled the odometer over 999,999
      bequiet 3 sep
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    • I’ll let y’all in on a secret the Lexus ES300 is the same car just classy
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    • Is it crazy to anyone else that the cheapest car with self driving capabilities (a Tesla) is only $35,000? The future truly is now
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    • My 2000 Honda Accord has over 220k miles on it and runs like she’s brand new
      raeco 3 sep
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    • I'm guessing he has a Toyota Camry. Can anyone confirm?
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    • Can confirm. My great aunt purchased a 1989 camry brand new. She passed away in '07, and then my grandfather inherited the car, as it was his sister. He eventually purchased another car for work and the Camry became the loaner for when one of my parents' cars had issues. Usually my mother's....
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    • Had a 98 maxima hit 300+k miles before my wife made me get a new car. Still ran like a new car. Only problem was the driver side window was fucked up and would get stuck while rolling it up had to wait a few minutes before I could finish rolling it up.
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    • Lol I drive a Corolla, the shittier version of this car. My engine will last another 500k miles though
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    • My first car was a clapped out 1995 civic that burned a shit ton of oil. But I traded it for my first MR2 so that’s a win in my book
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    • I just got a car for free because someone anonymously paid for it before I could get there.I had $2,500 cash in hand and the guy says “so, someone already bought it... for you” my parents couldn’t believe it. Good karma has come to me after all the shit I’ve been through.
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    • Toyota corolla driver over here, it's not just Camry it's all Toyota. I have 275K+ miles and the worst thing about this car is that it shakes at 80.
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    • *calls me cheap. Me: never before have I been so offended by something I completely agree with”
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    • That's a perfect car as if I've ever seen one fr
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    • I just got one for $100 and it’s crazy it works, just needs some new brakes and it’s good to go
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    • No shit,My dad has a 95 corolla which he got before i was even born,That has fucking 500k miles on it and every time you think now this old piece of shit is gonna die,Its starts right up like Lets go fuckers
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    • You don't need a new car as your first but you also don't need to go 20 years in the past for one
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    • i drive a lexus es 350 (its basically a big camry) WONDERFUL machine
      jmed96 3 sep
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    • Any mechanics on here can help me? I have an old ass truck with r-12 refrigerant and I want to convert it to r-134. What is required for that?
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    • But what about the turbo gooch cooler 9000?
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    • I have a 1997 Lexus ES300 with 114k on it, the only gripe I have is that the hood likes to rattle when going over bumps at low speeds, like the latch wore a little and has some play, otherwise a flawless vehicle, also parts are fucking EXPENSIVE
      diciemia 3 sep
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    • had a 92 camry first car, drove almost 8K miles before realizing it had no oil, no idea when it was dry but man those things never die, traded it in for 1500 when i bought new car, my baby had 246K Miles just broke in
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    • There's a toyota dealership here that got ahold of a 1980-something supra with 500k miles on it and still runs like a dream. They use it as a reliability example to hook customers
      twE3k 3 sep
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    • This is definitely a 2009 Toyota Corolla moment
      Oxron206 3 sep
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    • I love my 2004 Camry lmao, I have a 2014 Honda Accord for comfortability and a Camry for endless reliability. Between them both I should never have to buy another vehicle again lmao
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    • 2001 Mercury Sable LS. It's almost older than half the people on this app. Has a cassette player that can play all of your favorite Christmas Rock. Also built in Cruise Control for Drive by shooting. The ultimate Ghetto Car.
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    • My Toyota camry got up to 360,000 miles till I decided to throw it out. Power steering died but it ran.
      KThx 3 sep
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    • Beats walking
      tcliff 3 sep
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    • In winter, these can't get out of the driveway or they get mowed over by a blind asshole in an F150. Them is summer cars (but a big ass truck will still squish them in warmer weather)
      Biink 3 sep
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    • I had a 99 V6 camry as my first car and the first thing that happened when I got it was something with the head gasket that led to more internal problems, so we sold it, then the people who got it used the toll road a ass ton of times and we got the bill, ofc we didnt pay it
      Zetaon 3 sep
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    • The Chevy Prizm is basically a Toyota Corolla but cheaper. I think.
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    • Hey it's my car!
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    • Is the the Corolla the best car in the world?
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    • i’ll take it
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    • As an owner of a 1999 Toyota Camry, I can agree that it does indeed function
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    • Every word here is true
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    • That camry'll pull a semi trailer better than a fucking semi truck
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    • I had a 01 Tacoma for my first car. I basically took that thing to the 7th level of hell and rock crawled that bitch back up and I never broke it. It had 200k when I got it and like 230k when I sold it. Still by far the most reliable vehicle I’ve ever had
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    • My first car was 1980 Datsun 210 4door...., No ac, no radio,... nothing but good times
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    • My 2002 Toyota Corolla was the shiiiiit names her Betty. It was a white car. And it lived forever
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    • As A Camry owner I can confirm this
      Will_3 6 sep
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    • I live in Cali and can confirm gas is not cheap due to a bunch of stupid ass laws that do almost nothing
      Katawicz 6 sep
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    • Subaru gang
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    • My parents gave me a little 09 corolla and that fucker still won’t die. Part of me wants a nice Toyota truck, something I can take off road and haul bikes and canoes and stuff, but damnit the corolla refuses to die. I take trips thinking “ok not way this old ass high mile car will do this.”
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    • Imagine if someone LS swapped a Camry lol
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    • kanep0e 3 sep
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    • I have a rav4 with the 2GR-FE V6 engine they use in the Camry, I swear it’ll outlast the new Rav4 prime
      Nfruits 3 sep
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    • Its fucking looks mint too
      Blazar 3 sep
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    • Ah yes, the Dracula of cars. Because it’s fucking immortal
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    • It has 500k miles and is good for another 400k at least
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    • When the Toyota corolla was released they had a convention with some 3000 people all inside the warehouse. After a 2 hour talk about the specs of the car and they pulled the sheet off. All 3000 people yawned collectively causing the building to collapse due to the sudden drop in pressure.
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    • Gota give Toyota credit. I totaled a mini Cooper with my 20 year old Toyota and drove outa there just fine had to straighten out the bumper but I was uninjured and the car still ran just fine.
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    • Best beater to own
      Hdoujin 3 sep
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    • My family is strictly Toyota. Mother owned a 07 Camry, 2013 highlander. And now a 2020 highlander. Stepfather owned a 07 prerunner taco, currently owns tundra. Grandparents own 08 corolla, 07 Camry, 2016 Avalon. Sister owned 05 Camry. I own a 03 corolla. They are really fucking good cars. 1/2
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    • My first car is a Saturn SL2, Fucking INDESTRUCTIBLE!!! Jk! The shit needs hella parts every other week but overall pretty good.
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    • A 90’s Camry will last till the end of time no matter what
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    • My beetles starter is fucked right now so im having to use my sisters old beat up camry. That thing chugs gas like no other.
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    • They dont build them like a late 90s camry anymore
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    • Bought a 2008 Camry with only 80k on it and supposedly “perfectly maintained” had it a week before it exploded halfway to work and it would have cost more than I paid for it (5k) to fix. My shitty 2004 chrystler Sebring convertible on the other hand fucks. I paid 800 bucks and a pack of cigs (p1)
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    • Anybody have that car ad with the caption “beats walking”
      Sphere 3 sep
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    • Lmao hey at 17 my first car was a 1972 ford pinto smelt like a lawn mower smoked the yard up my current car is a 1984 mustang gt t top nice car to me shakes around rattles it's my baby
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    • Resell value is amazing as well. I bought my 2019 Tacoma for 40k and now I can sell it for like 42k if I want
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    • Camrys with dented bumpers
      FJ80 3 sep
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    • I bought a brand new Camry last year and I fully expect it to outlive me
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    • With that ad I’m sold
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    • I miss my camry. It hit 260K but was t-boned and totaled. I'm so sad.
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    • I have a 2005 honda crv, everyone told me that it’s a honda so it’ll last forever, but the previous owner didn’t take care of it so now it leaks power steering fluid, needs a new tramsmission, needs a new oxygen sensor, new brakes, new tires, and for all of that it’ll cost me more than triple 1/2
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    • I just bought one cuz a guy tboned my truck and it has just under 300k miles runs great no problems.. So far that is
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    • I have an 06 Durango Limited. I love it to death but I could use a Camry. Or anything that gets more than 8 mpg
      rustieoy 3 sep
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    • Mine reached 380,000 when it died. Hauled it to the scrap yard myself... Sad moment watching it get picked up and tossed into the pile. I had good memories with that car.
      egwill 3 sep
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    • My ex had this exact car. Runs like a fucking beast. We could probably take the engine and put it in the trunk and it would still run
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    • A/C is very important, especially in the South.
      NotJacob 3 sep
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    • 4th gen Camrys (97-01) are badass. Those and Hilux will be madmax vehicles in the future
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    • I’m actually looking for a car near the Ogden Utah area
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