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2005 Toyota Camry User Reviews

Dominique writes:

Nice very nice live it Ill take it thank you

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Albert1362 writes:

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Its Very Reliable Car — it is a very reliable and affordable vehicle. it is good on gas and never leaves you on highway. not to costly for maintenance and repair. the engine is very strong and the transmission is very smooth. definitely recommend this vehicle.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Cons: I don't like the look much.

37 of 37 people found this review helpful.

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specialk45305 writes:

Great car. Camry’s are extremely reliable every single year, after year

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Azeez writes:

I would like to review this car, not too bad

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Guru94TX6K writes:

Honda of Lincoln is a trustworthy dealership and tries to work to fulfill all of your needs with a fair price for the vehicle and is very honest.

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bbaer1 writes:

I had the 3.3L SE V6. Great car, no leather but I hear the Camry leather is nothing to write home about anyway. Two drawbacks: The rear spark plugs are a bitch to change; the 3MZ-FE is an interference engine, so if your timing belt breaks pretty much kiss your motor goodbye. Keep up on both of them and it’s a workhorse.

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Ambewill22 writes:

The features are basic, but car is very reliable.

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Guru1CJ5Q writes:

I like the gas mileage on this nice vehicle.

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t42mike writes:

The car was in great condition and very mechanically sound. Bert was very gracious and classy.

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2005 Toyota Camry Review

SabrinaHolmes1 says:

vs1999 Toyota 4Runner

2005 Toyota Camry winning categories:

  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy

HandlingRanked 1999 Toyota 4Runner worse.

"It a car and I believe I handles better then the truck"

Looks/StyleRanked 1999 Toyota 4Runner worse.

"Im one persons and I really dont need a truck right now I dont have lids are any thing"
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Wees slim, check van tevoren CARFAX. Jouw bron van voertuighistorie.

CARFAX - JOUW PARTNER IN KENTEKENCHECKS

Schone schijn is er genoeg in de markt van tweedehands auto's. Maar wat zit er onder die glanzende motorkap? Als onafhankelijke aanbieder van kentekenchecks en voertuighistorie heeft CARFAX een missie: om je zo veel mogelijk informatieve mijlpalen (zogenaamde meldingen) uit het leven van een tweedehands auto te bieden. We willen namelijk dat jij je volgende tweedehands auto leert kennen. Van binnen en van buiten. En dat alles vóórdat je beslist, je leven met hem te delen.

We hebben daarvoor een unieke tool: een databank met meer dan 25 miljard historische meldingen uit het leven van gebruikte auto's. 3 miljard daarvan komen uit Europa. En deze databank groeit dagelijks. Zelfs als de gebruikte auto uit een land komt waarvan we geen informatie hebben, is een kentekencheck de moeite waard. Wie weet, misschien blijkt die kleine Italiaan wel grotendeels uit Oost-Europa te komen.

Maar begrijp ons niet verkeerd. We doen ons uiterste best om de complete achtergrond van een voertuig door te lichten, maar de achtergrond van de vorige eigenaren houden we er buiten. De meldingen in onze databank hebben op geen enkele wijze betrekking op personen. We richten ons uitsluitend op de gebruikte auto en zijn kilometerstand, mogelijke verdekte ongevallen, waar de auto vandaan komt en nog véél meer. Soms vinden we ook niks. En dat is alleen maar mooi, toch?

Waarom is uitgerekend vóór de aankoop de voertuighistorie zo belangrijk? Het is een feit dat er meer gebruikte auto's dan nieuwe auto's worden verkocht. Deze vorm van hergebruik kunnen we natuurlijk alleen maar anmoedigen. Maar daardoor ontstaan natuurlijk ook in de markt gangbare methoden en tactieken om schadewagens in goud om te toveren, de kilometerstand te manipuleren of andere dingen zoals de herkomst of zelfs diefstal te maskeren. Het zijn allemaal onvermijdelijke nadelen van een vrije markt in occasions. Wij vinden, dat je nieuwe tweedehands auto je juist een gevoel van zekerheid zou moeten geven. Daarom is ons doel, dat jij je bij het kopen van je auto goed voelt en dat je niet het gevoel krijgt, dat je teveel voor je nieuwe levensgezel hebt betaald.

Toch willen wij vooral dat je niet onbewust aan het stuur van een risicowagen komt te zitten. Wij helpen dagelijks om dit soort wagens letterlijk uit de roulatie te halen. Zo maken we niet alleen de markt van tweedehands auto's, maar uiteindelijk ook onze straten veiliger.

CARFAX - MEER DAN 35 JAAR ERVARING MET KENTEKENCHECKS

CARFAX is in 1984 in de Verenigde Staten opgericht en maakte in 2007 de stap naar Europa. Momenteel werken 100 medewerkers bij zes Europese filialen om meldingen uit het leven van tweedehands auto's uit meer dan 20 landen te verwerken.

Door langdurige samenwerkingen met toezichthouders, handhaving, ministeries, verzekeringsmaatschappijen, taxateurs, automotive partijen en andere toonaangevende organisaties zijn wij in staat om een unieke internationale databank voor tweedehands auto's op te bouwen. Met meer dan 25 miljard meldingen is deze tot nu toe de grootste databank van voertuighistorie wereldwijd. En elke dag komen er meer meldingen bij. We gebruiken deze databank als basis voor een aantal slimme voertuighistorie-applicaties, zoals bijvoorbeeld ons uitgebreide voertuighistorierapport. Zo maken wij de occasion-markt transparanter.

Ondanks deze nauwe samenwerking met instanties en bedrijven zijn wij neutraal en onafhankelijk. Want uiteindelijk is ons doel, onze klanten zoveel mogelijk voorlichting en veiligheid te bieden. Daarbij gebruiken we overigens geen persoonsgerelateerde informatie en houden we altijd rekening met de wet op de gegevensbescherming. Verder gebruiken we de informatie altijd met het oog op juridische randvoorwaarden - en dat doen we in alle landen waar we actief zijn. Van illegale activiteiten als bijvoorbeeld datadiefstal, scraping of hacking distantiëren we ons nadrukkelijk.

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2005 Toyota Camry Reviews


HIGH FUEL COMSUMPTION

Juan2019-07-22 12:04:20

I have mine with all due respected maintenance done as the vendor sugests, but since the last 3 years, it is only lasting 10-12 KMPG on City and 17-22 KMPG on Highway. I have taken it to 3 toyota authorized repair centers, and none of them seems to find the cause. I am so sorry but i feellike will have to sell out my great and confortable like new 2005 toyota camry. :'(



Review of 2005 Toyota Camry

jbird10152010-12-08 21:12:45

I bought the 'XLE '05 Camry new in "05. It has all the bells and whistles on it. It has never given me one bit of trouble..I just do the maintenance on it whenever it is called for, and that's it! The feel of the car is very tight and that makes me very comfortable. I can cruise 80 miles an hour on the highway and feel very safe. I have 50,000 miles on the car. I am thinking of getting a newe one, but hate to give up my '05......


if you find one, grab it quickly

onyxlam2009-03-26 01:51:21

this is the best car i have ever had, and i have had cars registered since 1941. it is comfortable, with a smooth running four cylinder engine that defies comparison for reliability and gas mileagel. the reliability is something that i wish for all lamerican cars - but will never see - and i don't know why. in over 50,000 miles, so far i have replaced brakes and tires.. next will be sparkplugs and air and cabin filters. it is really as comfortable as a large class carl and takes manhattan potholes in it's stride. like i said, if you see a clean one and are looking for a jused car, grab it !


The Gold Standard of Reliability

AOL user2009-02-11 13:05:29

I love the 05 Camry. I owned this car for about a year (bought it used). It is as reliable as my 02 Camry but gets slightly better mpg (hwy 30-32 respectively) and is also little smoother and powerful thanks to the 5 cog in the transmission. While the Camry does not have a sporting bone in its body, the car is very comfortable (esp on long trips) and is very reliable. I love this car and would not buy another brand. My 02 has 157,000 miles and my 05 has 50,000 miles. Besides regular maintenance (tires, brakes, hoses) I have had no issues with these cars. Once I got rid of my Ford Taurus I don't my mechanic too much. My Camry has served me well and has many more good, trouble free miles left. Both cars ride as smooth as they did when I first owned them. If you need sports with excitement then Camry is not the car for you. But if you want a car with a decent comfortable ride, reliable to the hilt, with good mileage then look no further. As a side note: I had an owner of a 2007 Camry come up to me and compliment me on my 05. He likes my car better than his.


'05 camry le

AOL user2009-02-07 07:27:52

Great car, comfortable on trips/and in town. Getting 33 mpg on trips, test drove a Honda Civic before we bought this Camry (2nd Camry we've owned) and the ride was just too rough, we have not had any trouble at all with either Camry, very reliable car, turn the key and go...


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2006 Toyota Camry Review by Auto123.com

2005 Toyota Camry Review

America's best-selling sedan--and for good reason

Toyota Camry Full Overview

The Toyota Camry is still America's quintessential midsize car, and it's easy to see why. It performs every task with poise and class while offending no one. Looking beyond the sedate styling reveals bulletproof reliability, superbly refined powertrains, quantifiable quality, and an everyday user-friendliness that's hard to beat.

In addition to the sedan, Toyota offers the Camry Solara coupe and convertible. While the coupe offers some additional style over the sedan--and decent accommodations all around--the convertible is one of just three affordable four-seat sun-seekers you can buy in the United States, along with the Chrysler Sebring Convertible and Ford Mustang.

The array of Camry models is somewhat confusing. The sedan is available in base, four-cylinder form and ever fancier LE, SE, and XLE trims, with either four- or six-cylinder power. The convertibles are available only with the V-6 engine in SE or SLE trim, and the coupes come in SE, SE Sport, and SLE guise with either engine.

The Camry's clean, tasteful sedan body and more curvaceous coupe/convertible body suggest a mannered approach to motoring. The line doesn't pander to fashion trends, rather these cars look smart today and will continue to do so for years to come. For 2006, there are no major styling revisions, following a freshening in 2005 that incorporated redesigned grille, headlamps, and taillamps. A clever hierarchy of Camry ownership is distinguished mainly by wheel and tire packages. Standard Camry sedans make do with 15-inch wheels and tires; 16-inchers are variously optional and standard on the middle trim levels; and 17s are standard on convertibles, some coupes, and the SE sedan.

Although the Camry is quite subdued inside at base level, it can be outfitted to a relatively luxurious standard if you're prepared to invest. All Camrys benefit from generally good materials and fits inside, although the interior styling is unexceptional and the plastics aren't as rich looking as those found in the Honda Accord or Subaru Legacy. What we love, though, is the way all the things you touch--the window lifts, the column stalks, the radio controls--operate as if someone paid a huge amount of attention to them. That, plus they feel like they'll last forever.

A standard Camry has air conditioning and power door locks and windows, but an XLE V-6 has standard automatic climate control, wood-grain interior trim, and power front seats, with a power moonroof and leather seats among the optional features. Toyota has exerted a great deal of effort to improve the dowdy appearance of its less premium Camrys, to the extent that the even the base model gained chrome door handles and gear-shifter base in 2005. Upscale optional features include a navigation system and a JBL stereo with satellite radio capability.

Camrys are now pretty big vehicles, with interior volume near the high end of the EPA's midsize class. Even the coupe and convertible have reasonable passenger room front and rear.

The Camry is one of the best-built cars in America and consistently scores very high in crash testing. On the other hand, the Camry makes you pay for any additional safety features beyond basic airbags and seatbelt pretensioners. Driver and passenger curtain airbags (along with front side airbags) are optional on all Camry sedans and Solara Coupes. Anti-lock brakes are standard on all Camry models and body styles, but stability and traction control are available only on LE, SE, and XLE sedans, and SLE coupe and convertible models.

Essentially, the Camry offers three different engines. The base powerplant is a smooth-revving 2.4-liter four-cylinder that makes 160 horsepower and 163 lb-ft of torque in the sedans. (Unless you live in California and certain Northeastern states, that is, where an ultra-low-emissions version that makes 151 hp and 161 lb-ft is sold.) Camry Solara coupes have a slightly lower power rating for their four-cylinder engines: 157 horsepower and 162 lb-ft. There are also two V-6 engines. The first, fitted in LE and XLE sedans, is a 3.0-liter that produces 210 horsepower and 220 lb-ft of torque. SE sedans are available with a 3.3-liter V-6 that makes 225 horsepower and 240 lb-ft. The higher-output engine is the only V-6 offered in Solara coupes and the only engine fitted in the Solara convertible. Whichever V-6 you choose, it will be mated to a five-speed automatic transmission, with the slick five-speed manual limited to the four-cylinder engine.

Above all, what the Camry provides is a pleasant, innocuous way of getting from point A to point B. Whether you choose a four-cylinder or V-6 model, or go for the sedan, coupe, or convertible, all Camrys ride beautifully and have quiet, elegant powertrains. Naturally, the four-cylinder engine needs to be worked harder than the rich V-6 for best results, but that's no hardship because the five-speed manual is so slick and the five-speed automatic transmission has well-spaced ratios and nearly imperceptible gearshifts. The V-6 engines, too, are superbly refined, and provide decent passing performance, especially in 3.3-liter guise. Again, the automatic transmissions are exceptional.

The story isn't quite so good for enthusiast drivers. Although Toyota offers a slightly more aggressive suspension tune on the SE sedan, it's still a bit dull to drive fast--safe but not inspirational. Even the SE Sport Camry Solara coupe is more boulevardier than back-road hero. But most Camry owners won't care about that, because they are after a great highway ride, and the Camry provides that. Only some steering kickback on bumpy roads interrupts the isolation.

One of the beautiful things about owning a Toyota is that you won't be spending much time at a dealership service department, due to the vehicles' legendary reliability. Toyota isn't the most generous with its warranties, offering a 3-year/36,000-mile comprehensive coverage allied with a 5-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty, but you likely won't need them anyhow. All models fair well in the IntelliChoice Cost of Ownership analyses, but there is clear variation between trim levels and body styles, making it essential to compare the figures before purchasing.

Always a smart choice, the Toyota Camry provides the refinement, packaging, and value to satisfy the motoring needs of mainstream consumers. What it may lack in passion, it makes up for in quality, convenience, and polish.

What's HOT:

+ Superb engines

+ Lots of luxury features

+ Excellent reliability

What's NOT:

- Options can get pricey

- Not very exciting to drive

- Value story varies. Check the numbers by trim

The current Camry was introduced as a 2002 model and received a freshening for the 2005 model year that included styling changes, interior revisions, ABS was made standard on all models, and the availability of a five-speed automatic for four-cylinder sedans. The current car has only a year left before an expected redesigned 2007 model hits the market, so '06 changes are minor details.

There are myriad options throughout the Camry and Solara range, but perhaps the most significant are the V-6 engines, which turn the midsize sedan into a near-luxury vehicle. Side-curtain airbags and stability control are the key available safety options. For Sybarites, the navigation package is an upscale feature available on higher trim levels of Camrys and Camry Solaras.

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