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1997 Toyota Camry LE V6
266,258 Miles | Omaha, NE
$2,995
est. $54/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE
109,246 Miles | Waukesha, WI
$3,990
est. $72/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE
83,948 Miles | Garden Grove, CA
$5,490
est. $99/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry XLE
112,005 Miles | Escondido, CA
$3,995
est. $72/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE
92,182 Miles | Sarasota, FL
$4,800
est. $86/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE
203,076 Miles | Appleton, WI
$2,497
est. $45/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE V6
219,067 Miles | Lynnwood, WA
$1,995
est. $36/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry CE V6
201,977 Miles | Rancho Cordova, CA
$4,495
est. $81/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE
115,937 Miles | Sellersburg, IN
$4,695
est. $84/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry CE
| Coon Rapids, MN
$5,000
est. $90/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE
60,780 Miles | Eden Prairie, MN
$6,490
est. $117/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry CE
154,775 Miles | La Junta, CO
$4,250
est. $76/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE
176,572 Miles | Everett, WA
$3,877
est. $70/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry XLE V6
150,125 Miles | Auburn, WA
$7,998
est. $144/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE
180,385 Miles | Edmonds, WA
$3,949
est. $71/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry CE
171,350 Miles | Decatur, GA
$4,490
est. $81/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry LE
267,655 Miles | Cleveland, OH
$1,690
est. $30/mo

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1997 Toyota Camry Owner Ratings & Reviews

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1997 Toyota Camry - Love my Camry

Mike
Lexington, Kentucky
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
We were in the market for a new, family car, when we found out we were going to have a baby. At the time, we both had 2 door vehicles and felt we needed a reliable 4door as we would be doing a lot of traveling. We settled on the Toyota Camry for a number of reasons. First, we knew from our research that the Camry was a reliable vehicle. It had passed all of the safety inspections that were pertinent at the time. A big plus for us was that it had child safety locks on the doors and was equipped with car seat safety buckles/tether anchors for both front and rear-facing mounting of the car seat. The gas mileage on the Camry was incredible. It was roomy enough to fit my 6'3' frame and still provide leg room for those in the back. The design was a plus. It wasn't boxy or lengthy, but stylis... (more)
Story
The one thing I've noticed is that my Camry is tough. I treat it like a truck with hauling stuff and working and it always comes through.
Pros
Roominess. Gas mileage. Efficiency. Safe. Stylish. Affordable. Trusted.
Cons
Stock stereo had no CD player. Rear view mirror creates a blind spot when I'm driving (I'm tall). Hard to adjust seat to that perfect lean.

1997 Toyota Camry - Dependable

p.c.
Mesa, Arizona
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The best quality of my car that I have found is that it was so reliable. I bought it used off of craigslist and it had nearly 200k miles on it already. It was cheap and I needed a car fast for college. I did not expect it to last me through college and then some. I still have the car.
Story
In a spur of the moment I decided to take my car up to Payson to go camping for the weekend. The longest drive I've taken my car for ever.
Pros
The pros are that it's a long lasting car. It's an automatic. It has automatic windows. The AC is still running decently. The seats are cloth not leather so I don't burn myself in the summer.
Cons
The cons is that its old. The car has sun damage on the roof and hood. There is an oil leak in the car but that area where it is leaking from would cost a lot in labor to get it fixed. The cost would be more than what the car is currently worth. The radio in the car just needs to be replaced, but that's something that I can do myself and doesn't really have much impact on the car itself. That's a small thing though. While I did say the AC works, it does tend to get a little weak in the summer, but I do live in Arizona after all.