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Toyota Camry, Sedan
#8622 of 10203 Re: Help! paid too much for a Camry LE [kasturiranganr]
Aug 04, 2011 (1:41 pm)
Go to the Toyota website, and then build an auto. Choose the 2552 model (LE V6). That will show you what's available in your area's inventory.
It may be, that the Toyota website for your zipcode area doesn't have this capability. However, if you want to see how it works if your area is blocked out is put in 27614 as a zipcode.
I would think however, that if a person has the financial means to buy the larger engine, that they're going to want a comparably optioned vehicle as well. You may find it harder to sell in the future.
I was very interested in the V6 as well when we bought our 2007, until I extensively drove the I4.......and then bought an LE-I4. It's a great engine, and not once have I ever thought I absolutely needed more power. As far as I'm concerned, the V6 is not needed and save your money.
Good luck with whatever you choose.
Aug 08, 2011 (11:05 am)
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#8624 of 10203 Buying Camry 2011 LE in NYC
Aug 08, 2011 (11:58 am)
I bought my black Camry LE 2011 in NYC , with Aloy Weels upgraded and floor carpets for total $20700 (before tax and fee). (They gave me $1000 credit cashback + $1000 for just graduated student + 0% APR for 60 months).
With tax + registration fee, finaly I need to pay $23000 in 5 years with 0% APR., $0 downpayment.
Everymonth, I need to pay $384.
Do you think it is a good deal ?
#8625 of 10203 Re: Buying Camry 2011 LE in NYC [thoahau]
Aug 08, 2011 (12:34 pm)
Should post the window sticker MSRP, so can verify apples to apples (pun intended) comparison.
#8626 of 10203 Re: Help! paid too much for a Camry LE [kiawah]
Aug 09, 2011 (5:51 am)
Thanks for your reply kiawah. I think I should drive an I4 before shrugging it off
#8627 of 10203 Re: Help! paid too much for a Camry LE [kasturiranganr]
Aug 09, 2011 (8:17 am)
The 2010-2011 with the I4 is even better than the 2007-2009 - engine is now a 2.5L, and is stronger than the older 2.4L.
#8628 of 10203 Re: Help! paid too much for a Camry LE [kasturiranganr]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Aug 09, 2011 (3:13 pm)
I rented one last week.... it's all the power you could need..
#8629 of 10203 Re: Help! paid too much for a Camry LE [kyfdx]
Aug 09, 2011 (6:02 pm)
I wouldn't say that, but for a 4 cylinder family sedan, it is good.
#8630 of 10203 2007 high mileage Camry
Aug 14, 2011 (12:04 pm)
Our local dealer has a 2007 Camry (carfax says personal owner) for sale at $11,700. My only concern is that it has 99,300 miles on it. Is that a safe buy? Please advise.
#8631 of 10203 Re: 2007 high mileage Camry [tiruvan]
Aug 14, 2011 (12:35 pm)
I would think so. I would think those would go at least 200,000 miles. I have a 2011, and it is my second Toyota, although I only kept my 2010 Prius three months. Hopefully, other people who have had them that long will chime in. I've heard of people putting high miles on them.