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Old 13th December 2020, 18:46   #16
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Default Re: 2007 Toyota Camry MT : The Never-Say-Die Car!

I had a real liking for this car though the automatic one. I almost purchased one but the low ground clearance was a major drawback for me. It was ok in good roads but even a small speed breaker can hit the car.

It still has a decent road presence due to its sheer length.

Wish you many happy miles with the car
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Old 14th December 2020, 15:56   #17
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Default Re: 2007 Toyota Camry MT : The Never-Say-Die Car!

Amazing write-up as always!

You are a professional in purchasing and pampering used Japanese vehicles. Once these cross the 10 years mark, maintaining them is possible only by people having some DIY cells in their blood. ASC's get too costly in Indian scenario.

Back in the Middle East, there are innumerable Camrys with their odo readings well above 500k kms. Yet, their mechanicals feel like new.

Our Prado has completed 11 years and 225k kms. It's the most reliable and the most loved of our fleet. I will be penning down its long term ownership review soon.

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