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“created_at”: “2010-09-02T12:07:19Z”,
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“review”: “Got the 2011 Camry SE about 3 months ago. Very impressed over all. 0-60 mph in about 6 seconds, fully loaded with wireless MP3, Nav, Sat radio, traffic warning, voice impute control, back up camera, leather seats and more. The SE model has a sporty look, 17 inch alloy wheels, very little chrome, and an upgraded suspension. I am 6’4\” and the car is still roomy and an pleasure to drive.”,
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“improvements”: “The first thing that comes to mind is the Navigation Unit locks out most of the functions when the car is in motion. I think there should be an over ride for the lock out if there is a passenger or if the owner chooses to use it. Second, I think there is a little to much assistance with the power steering. It feels a little numb to me when I am going through corners. The last is the breaks. They have a slight spongy feel to them. Other than the navigation lock out issue….Great car!!!!”,
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“created_at”: “2010-09-02T00:53:24Z”,
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“review”: “This car was a bargain. I paid less for the 2011 Camry than what a 2010 Optima would cost. Still one of the quietest and smooth driving cars on the road. Exterior looks great, but the interior has some real cheap looking components. The 4 cylinder engine has plenty of power and the six speed transmission ensures great gas mileage.”,
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“display_name”: “LEO L”
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“improvements”: “Spend more money on the interior. I test drove all the competition and the interior of the camry is at the bottom. The manual height adjuster feels like it will break off in your hand.”,
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“created_at”: “2010-09-17T18:52:12Z”,
“updated_at”: “2011-05-24T22:28:13Z”,
“review”: “Bought the Toyota Camry LE 2.5L I4 Blue Ribbon Metallic, 16\” alloy wheels.\nLove the car. Its powerful for a 4 cylinder, roomy interior (i’m 6’4\” tall and have plenty of room to drive this car comfortably.) Good interior design, good exterior design. Drives VERY well. \n\nOverall it’s a great car. If you want to add aftermarket speakers you have to take apart the entire back of the car, radio the entire center console and dash. hard to add stuff to this car. Though i have to admit, the radio does sound pretty good.”,
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“display_name”: “STEVEN YOUNG”
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“improvements”: “Make it easier to change the paper speakers and radio. shouldn’t have to take car apart to change a few things.”,
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“created_at”: “2010-08-27T13:25:22Z”,
“updated_at”: “2011-05-24T22:28:04Z”,
“review”: “I bought my 2011 Camry roughly three months ago and couldnt be happier with my decision. I looked at the Sonata and Accord and for me there was no comparison. The exterior is classy and sharp, the interior is refined, the ride is smooth, and road noise is virtually non existent. I feel like I’m driving my parents Lexus everytime I get in my car.”,
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“improvements”: “The interior is beautiful but could really improve with some small material upgrades. Somewhere between the 20-30mph the transmission has some reluctancy in the shifting which I feel should be smoothed out.”,
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“created_at”: “2010-09-12T02:03:18Z”,
“updated_at”: “2011-05-24T22:28:11Z”,
“review”: “Bought the 2011 LE 4-cylinder a couple of weeks ago through USAA. Compared to the Honda EX and Sonata. Camry had the better pickup and was quiter than either of the others. Buying process was painless, car is fun to drive yet practical. Great all around sedan for the $.”,
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“display_name”: “ROBERT GENAU”
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“improvements”: “Exterior appearance – I did like the look of the Sonata”,
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“created_at”: “2010-08-26T12:46:40Z”,
“updated_at”: “2011-05-24T22:28:03Z”,
“review”: “Listen to the fact that they had bad breaks on their past cars! We bought a new 2011 Camry (loved our old 1999 camry), and the seats were defective. We did not notice the defect during the limited test drive prior to purchase. We called the dealer after one day, but they refused to fix the problem saying the seats were too expensive to replace. We called toyota central, and they sent a representive to inspect the car. He refused to measure the defect or test drive the car. He refused to fix the problem. After a month of complaints and the threat of a lawsuit, we were finally able to fix the problem, but we had to pay an extra $1100! The bumper-to-bumper warrenty did not cover a manufacturer defect in the seat! Watch out for toyota products!”,
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“improvements”: “Improve the quality control!”,
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“quality”: “10”,
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“created_at”: “2010-09-17T16:51:07Z”,
“updated_at”: “2011-05-24T22:28:13Z”,
“review”: “Owner discovered two days after purchase what Toyota quality control and new car dealer missed, even after dealer replaced battery on lot. 2nd dead battery would not allow customer to test vehicle until it was recharged. I liked 2011 XLE with Nav enough to purchase, but two days later showing them that driver’s vanity mirror light stays on, they said it was a ‘production issue’ and would have to replace a wiring harness. I was told that it could be weeks or months for the part, again because it Toyota does not stock this part and it is ‘ a production part’. After contacting Toyota Customer Experience Center in Torrance, CA and getting a case number, they left a message saying I’ll get a call within 24 hours. If the dealer knew of the problem with this vehicle, and failed to disclose the condition of the new vehicle, they are quilty of misrepresenting the product and the vehicle does not conform to its applicable warranties. The manufacturing defective wiring issue was temporarily resolved by removing the visor mirror light bulb. Having a dealer technician diagnose and replacing wiring does not thrill me. Shoild they take the car back and return my money or give me a replacement vehicle? Stay tuned.”,
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“display_name”: “Richard Von Borstel”
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“improvements”: “Better Quality Control and regional customer support.”,
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“created_at”: “2011-03-15T18:13:12Z”,
“updated_at”: “2011-05-24T22:29:01Z”,
“review”: “At first I was impressed by how much money the car buying upfront pricing service seemed to save. However, my recommended dealer tacked $1500 back on the price in exchange for the 0% in-house financing. Guess what? When I did the math their price was only $120 in savings over the life of the loan and $2.01 each month. USAA’s financing took me right back to paying the full MSRP over the life of the loan. So, in the end I really wouldn’t save much at all. That’s a whole $24 a year. So much for savings . . . don’t believe the hype! Do the math and make the dealer be competitive beyond the USAA pricing. Some dealers will price match.”,
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“display_name”: “Sorely disappointed!”
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“improvements”: “The LE was the suggested alternative to my absolute infactuation with the XLE. It wasn’t that easy with the price certificate. They have to find a model in stock that fits the MSRP on the certificate even though the features used to build the PC don’t seem to be different from the list on the sticker, but oh well. You lose alot of what you love in the XLE going to the LE. Another alternative worth considering is the Mazda6 Touring Plus — very comparable to the XLE. Gave it a C in safety because it received a 2 out of 5 crash star rating for front and rear passengers. Ouch! However, the driver need not be concerned with 5 stars. C in value because you get more features for your money with the Mazda6 Touring Plus vs. the XLE.”,
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“created_at”: “2011-01-19T21:15:19Z”,
“updated_at”: “2011-05-24T22:28:46Z”,
“review”: “While it is a smooth ride and is relatively easy on gas, this car has all of the personality of a washing machine. The exterior is uninspired and the interior’s colors are a bore, to say nothing of the \”flimsy\” materials of which they are made. Perhaps I should have opted for a higher model (this one was a base LE), but I was not looking to spend a fortune.\n\nIn short, I should have gotten a fully loaded Corolla. This review may seem nit-picky, but I don’t want to feel as if I’m driving a rental vehicle every day.”,
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“improvements”: “My gripe is mostly aesthetic. I like the reliability of Toyota vehicles but the design is entirely uninspired. “,
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“created_at”: “2011-03-29T21:26:16Z”,
“updated_at”: “2011-05-24T22:29:06Z”,
“review”: “We have owned a total of 7 and currently drive 5 brand new 2011 Toyota Camrys.\r\nThese cars achieve near 30 miles per gallon, provide plenty of passenger room in all seats, and offer large trunk space with all of the interior creature comforts most Americans have come to enjoy. They hold their value, come with a 24 month maintenance agreement, and lease very well. The dealerships have been willing to sell them at or near invoice, provide factory incentives, and offer great customer service that matches these reliable vehicles. I have owned 11 Hondas, 4 Acuras, 1 Ford, 1 Oldsmobile, and 1 Chevrolet. I have also owned 2 Merceds Benz vehicles. All of them were brand new off the showroom. The overall value and dependability the new Camry offers stands among and often ahead of these vehicles. The Acuras are right there with these vehicles for value.\r\nMuch luck to those looking to purchase new vehicles. You could not go wrong with the Camry, as long as you are not looking for at just the exterior stance.\r\nJohn”,
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“improvements”: “The manufacturer needs to dress up the interior and modernize it a bit.”,
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