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2012 Toyota Camry Altise review

Since acquiring my Camry in January 2013, I have been most pleased with the consistent reliability (battery and tyres included). The service intervals carried out at the price set by Toyota and the local dealer services have been carried out to high standard. The transmission has just had an independent service and the health there is fantastic...

2016 Toyota Camry Atara Sl Hybrid Review

Dropped in to Toyota dealer to give them a list of accessories to quote a 2016 HiLux. The wife was with me and as I was talking to the salesman I asked him if he had seen my wife he said I think she is out on the lot. About 5 mins later I see her 2013 Camry hybrid driving on to the lot and before I new it we were signing up on a 2016 Atara SL hybrid...

2015 Toyota Camry Atara S Review

We purchased this car because of the all round package of price, features, design and stress free motoring. This car is for my wife who doesn't really care about the way a car drives or how quick it goes, she just wanted something that was quiet, comfortable and looked good. We bought the car home at the beginning of November and since then has done around 1500 kms...

2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid H Review

Have had my Camry Hybrid H since I bought brand new in 2012. 3 years and 50,000km later I'm in a good position to look back at the time and evaluate the car. It would be interesting to see Toyota's buyer profile for the car, as I suspect there weren't many other young men in their late 20s buying brand new Camry Hybrids...

2015 Toyota Camry Rz S.e. Review

The Camry’s latest freshening is substantial. All the bodywork is new save the roof, and the curves flow more organically than before. Most models carry a simple five-bar chrome grille, but a gaping, black-mesh snout distinguishes the sportier SE and new-for-2015 XSE trims. It’s a cyborg catfish, but one you can take home to meet the parents...

1999 Toyota Camry Review

The Toyota Camry has been a staple household name in Australia for over 3 decades. For many, it's been a dependable and practical family car. For others, it's the bane of all driving enjoyment. Regardless of what you may think, it will soon be remembered in history as the last car to be manufactured in Australia...

2000 Toyota Camry Review

Toyota Crown – A cut above the rest. Family wagons have traditionally been a beast of compromise. Whether its performance, comfort & luxury, styling, or just simply interior space, it seems as if something always has to give. Thankfully, that's not the case with the JZS171 series Toyota Crown Estate Athlete V...

2003 Toyota Camry Review

As an impending father to be, I can say that I am ready for when my baby comes, car-wise anyways. My vehicle of choice you ask? The humble Toyota Camry before it split into Aurion V6 and Camry 4 cylinder models. I know all the rev heads or anybody with any sort of passion for cars will roll their eyes and say, 'that's so boring', but hear me out...

2014 Toyota Camry Review

You wouldn't call the Toyota Camry Atara S a sports car, with the ‘S' what you actually get is a slightly sportier version of the standard 4 cylinder Camry, let's look at the package. The Camry Atara S is a 4 cylinder, front wheel drive, 5 seat sedan with a 5 Star ANCAP rating. ABS brakes, Vehicle Stability Control (VCS), Traction Control (TRC) and Airbags, including Side Curtain Airbags are all standard...

2015 Toyota Camry Atara S Review

I have owned this Camry Atara S for 7 months, after purchasing it used with 13,000kms on the clock. It is a very nice car to drive, and it is particularly good on the highway. The handling is excellent, although the downside is a harsh ride at low speeds. The engine and 6 speed auto transmission are a superb combination - quiet, smooth and unobtrusive...

2011 Toyota Camry Altise Review

Ride and handling is very good. Fuel economy is nothing like Toyota claims unless its driven long distance without using breaks to slow down. 10.1L/100KM is more realistic Cabin spacious. The interior is quite stylish, but has a plastic feel and give out squeaky noises at times...

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