2017 Toyota Camry Consumer Reviews

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Camry

2017

Consumer Reviews

2017 Toyota Camry Consumer Reviews

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4.6/5
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Overall Consumer Rating

Based on 28 reviews

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2017 Toyota Camry Consumer Reviews & Ratings

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

My Camry is very reliable. I love the sleek interior. I feel safe when I drive...

My Camry is very reliable. I love the sleek interior. I feel safe when I drive my car. I would reccommend a Camry to anyone!

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

This is just a great all-around car with plenty of interior and luggage space,...

This is just a great all-around car with plenty of interior and luggage space, good handling, great safety features, and reliability.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

The reliability of my Toyota Camry is legendary. I have been leasing Toyotas...

The reliability of my Toyota Camry is legendary. I have been leasing Toyotas since 1999, and the only expense ever incurred for any of those vehicles was the price of a new battery, and that was in the 1999 model.

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

Very reliable vehicle. Lots of safety features. Very good on fuel mileage....

Very reliable vehicle. Lots of safety features. Very good on fuel mileage. Added bonus, but not overall important to me, is that it is stylish as well

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

2017 Toyota Camry SE is very responsive for a four cylinder and handles very...

2017 Toyota Camry SE is very responsive for a four cylinder and handles very well. It feels like driving a much larger car.

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