2007 Toyota Camry User Reviews
- $8,781 - $12,473
- Styling, roomy, smooth ride
- Automatic transmission, No keyless entry, no body side molding
On memorial day I bought Camary CE AT 4 cyl MSrp $20,099.00 paid $20,100.00 includes everything. I still drive 1990 Camary DX(162K miles). I also drove Honda Civic LX. Camary's ride is much better than Civic plus Honda dealers asking too much of Civic. I paid $600 more than Civic and got better car....read morehide
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- Averages about 27-28mpg which is great considering 270HP V-6 engine.
- Inconvenient interior Power Outlet locations
-Very stylish look
-Chrome tipped dual-exhuast
-Nice 8-spoked alloy rims.
-Available body side moulding and rear spoiler lip add to great looks.
-Very bright HID Xenon Headlights
-Very quick 268 HP 3.5L V-6 engine (I get 0-60mph in about 5.5 sec)
-Great brakes, with an assisted engine brake (after a few seconds) to help car decelerate w/o foot brake
-Excellent suspension system with variable weight control with front & rear stabilizers (which help the car corner faster)
-Vehicle stability control with traction control help grip the car to the road in all conditions.
-Unique instrument panel display with a small LCD screen that will tell you your average MPG, the Outside Temp, your miles left until next fill-up, your Odometer, your Tripmeter and your average speed.
-The Plasmacluster stereo unit is superb. With 8-speakers and nearly 500 Watts power, this stereo will thump! Incredible sound with HD Radio, also the 6-disc feature is nice.
-Bluetooth is accessible by using the program to add a list of names/numbers to a directory by your voice, and simply press the call button and say the name and the speaker system in the car will let you talk wirelessly. What a great feature!!
-The steering wheel has controls for the radio & Bluetooth.
-Special Cruise Control knob unique to the Camry is something you have to try out yourself. Much easier than the usual buttons on the steering wheel.
-Interior of my car is Ash Leather and is excellently crafted, very soft and comfortable. Heated seats are a plus as well.
-Also included is an 8-way adjustable power driver seat, and 4-way power passenger seat.
-The rear reclining seats are awesome for long trips.
If I had to recommend a $30,000 car that was a 4-door sedan with every feature under the sun included, I would definitely say get a 2007 Toyota Camry XLE V6.
My color by the way is Magnetic Gray (dark, sparkly gray, almost charcoal)...read morehide
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- Price is reasonable, fuel economy, just right size
- No bodyside protection moldings, lack of headroom, trunk smaller than my 03, 4 banger is slow
Bought this basic CE model with the 5 speed automatic last month when they first came out after trading in my 03. I wanted better mileage than my 03 LE V6 was getting so I went with the 4 cylinder engine. I have driven Altimas, G6's and a friends 2006 Sonota, all with the base 4 cylinder engines and was impressed. This 07 Camry however sounds loud in the morning when first started and lacks pickup, especially on the open road. Headroom seems to have suffered from my 03 as has trunk space. My 03 had a bodyside door molding and this new 07 doesn't (yet more cost cutting)! Now I see why the price went down a few hundred dollars! As for the car it'self, it goes down the road pretty much the same which is kinda soft and sloppy but predictable. The seats are ok but aren't as comfy overall as by friends Sonota which does have leather. Overall it's an ok car but i'm a bit dissapointed overall. Expected a real landmark car from Toyota but instead got this compromise vehicle!...read morehide
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- Tranny Sticks!
Owned past Toyota's this one stinks, just like my last 2004 Camry LE did, I promised Toyota one more chance. Well they blew that, my new Camry with the automatic has had transmission issues. I was told Toyota's are so great well there not! I have since traded it in and I am a proud owner of a 2006 Impala SS! This car doesn't even look that great. Toyota creates another failure!...read morehide
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- looks like its more expensive than it really is. engine very quiet. attracts alot of attention!
- wish that keyless entry came standard
just bought my first toyota and so far very pleased with it. people think that i payed alot for it but i have the ce model and it was cheaper than it looks so i thought why bother paying more for a le or xle model when this has all features that interest me and saves on gas. which is important now a days. i love it so far. glad i bought the car. i saw one on the road and i had to have it. never been interested in the camry before because it never caught my eye but this time toyota really made it attractive. Also, it rides so smooth and bracks are very reactive handles well and comfortable to ride in. I Love it!...read morehide
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- great look, fuel economy, toyota quality
I purchased the 4cyl le one week ago. This review is really for the "every man, or woman" out there. This is a great vehicle. It is sporty, refined, and a decent value too. It handles great, has plenty of room. In looking for a new vehicle I really had wanted to step up to a 6 cyl car. I have been driving 4cyl cars for years. After driving the the 4cyl le, I decided that it had all the power I need. It takes off from a stop with ample acceleration and cruises to 75 mph with ease. The engine does not strain in the least. At highway speeds it is quiet and smooth. Who needs tons of power anyway? I am not an indy driver and have no need to beat anyone in a race.
I considered the new Hyundai Sonata, in fact it was my first choice. I test drove the new Sonata and liked it. But after driving the Camry the choice was easy. Look, the Sonata comes with a ton of nice features. But all you need do is sit inside it and take a good look around. The styling is still Hyundai. It does not feel solid and substantial like the Camry and really does not look anywhere near as nice. It does cost less, but really not all that much. I have read other reviews that say the transmission on the Camry is not smooth. I am not sure where this comes from. Mine is silky smooth and shifts easily. This is a great vehicle and is sure to not disappoint....read morehide
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- Good fuel economy, 268hp, GREAT fit and finish, Looks good!
- Acceleration is still a bit laggy
Test drove it today, a Red (favorite color out of the bunch) 2007 Camry V6 SE. We went into the dealership knowing we wouldn't walk out with it (quoted a 24,740 out of door price by a broker) It handled a lot better than my current 2004 Camry V6 LE, looks a lot better to. One gripe is the lag on the gas pedal, my current Camry has this problem, but it's a lot more severe. On the SE, not so much, but still present, go drive one, you'll see what I mean. The sport bucket seats are very supportive, while changing freeways there was a right curve rated at 30mph, the Camry took it easily at 50mph, pretty impressive. The 'tiptronic' didn't do too much for me, I'll probably leave it in 'D' most if not all of the time. Again, this car is 100% Toyota, sure, it might be a bit bland to some, but honestly, with it's relability, decent performace, good price (USE A BROKER!!! I ONLY GOT IT DOWN TO 25,300 without one!!) it's a pretty good buy. I always read reviews of cars, but if you're seriously looking into buying a new V6 Sedan, you should definately test drive this one....read morehide
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- Improved Styling, Fuel Economy, Powertrain, Expected Toyota Reliability
- Funky Interior Color Scheme
Took a test drive in the newly styled '07 Camry XLE, 4 cylinder. Loved the exterior looks, loved the ride but can't figure out what the hell Toyota was thinking when they put together the interior colors. I drove a red Camry with charcoal and beige vinyl interior, blue-ish audio dials and topped off with "blonde accented wood" surrounding the gear shifter. The color of this wood goes with nothing...but is the only color available. My recommendation is to buy a loaded LE with a sunroof and save a couple of thousand dollars. I had my heart set on buying a Camry but ended up buying a RAV4 instead. Go figure....read morehide
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- Fair fuel Economy
- Cost of purchase is too high for what you get. Won't last 500K.
The camry I found to be way over priced for what you get. This car isn't worth the materials or time it took to make it. It is at least 10 grand over priced. Gas mileage is not up to where it should be given the cost of fuel today. Expect to get a second morgage just to get and maintain this car!...read morehide
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- goof fuel
- ride same as all other japanese car
it's the same car was before with new look for the base engine.
the new v6 is powerfull for toyota, but is to late some other car has
more powerfull 4 to 5 years ago.
it's a regular car . I always prefer honda or nissan. more fun to drive
and lot more power.
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