Toyota Camry outsells other midsize cars in America largely because of Toyota’s reputation for quality, durability and reliability. Camry is the perfect transportation appliance, flawlessly performing its duties, never annoying its owner. Its soft suspension smooths out beat-up city streets.
The interior is ergonomically excellent, with big climate and audio knobs that are easy to adjust, and the seats are comfortable.
For 2005, Toyota has freshened the Camry’s appearance, bolstered performance for four-cylinder models with a sophisticated new five-speed automatic transmission, and made anti-lock brakes standard at all trim levels. Electronic Vehicle Stability Control, which greatly increases safety, is now available on four-cylinder as well as V6 models. At the same time, Toyota has added a new entry-level Camry sedan that drops the price of entry by $1,000.
Drivers who want little more pizzazz than the Camry sedan, Toyota offers the Camry Solara. Available in coupe and convertible versions, the two-door Solara is built on the same platform as the Camry sedan, promising the same quality, durability and reliability.
The Solara coupe implies a sportier lifestyle while featuring the practicality of a truly useful rear seat. The Solara convertible puts the wind in your hair and brings a ray of sunshine into your life. Both add style to your lifestyle without the cost and impracticality of a true sports car. Both are high-quality cars. If you want two doors and a swoopy look, Camry Solara is a safe, smart choice. The Solara coupe and convertible were all-new last year (the convertible appeared only in February), and continue into 2005 unchanged.
2.4L I-4 Engine
5-spd man w/OD Transmission
160 @ 5,700 rpm Horsepower
163 @ 4,000 rpm Torque
Front-wheel Drive type
15″ steel Wheels
Front air conditioning, manual
AM/FM stereo, seek-scan Radio
Keyfob (all doors) Remote keyless entry
Cloth Seat trim
Driver Lumbar support