1998 toyota camry

1998 toyota camry

1998 Toyota Camry Overview

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1998 Toyota Camry Overview

The Toyota Camry was little changed for the 1998 model year, since it has just gone through a total overhaul the year before. The most significant changes included the availability of side-impact airbags in all models and an improved anti-theft system.

The 1998 Toyota Camry came in three trim levels: the base CE, the midlevel LE and the higher-end XLE. All came standard with a four-cylinder, 2.2-liter, 133 horsepower engine and were available with a V6, 194 horsepower engine. Fuel economy is about 20 to 30 miles per gallon, depending on the engine.

The Toyota Camry was once again the top seller for 1998. Once again, major complaints about the 1998 Toyota Camry include a lack of power, especially with the four-cylinder engine, and a bland, conservative look. Drivers are enthusiastic, however, about the Camry’s value, noting that a Camry has the same mechanisms as the Lexus ES without the high price tag.

What’s your take on the 1998 Toyota Camry?

6shamsul I bought a used 1998 Camry in 2008 four cylinder with 289,000KM(179,000Miles). It had a oil leak which i fixed last year (oil pump seal, and other seals). Also i did some exhaust works few times. It takes too much gas city driving and reasonable gas mileage on high way. This car is recommended only if someone driving on the highway. The car is also under power. I have owned or my family owned toyota all the time. This model is not recommended.

6shamsul I own a 1998 Camry four cylinder. Repair wise ok. But very bad gas mileage for city driving.

1Italian I have a 1998 camry has 150,000 runs like new I get 575 mile per tank w/4cy I have keep my car in top shape, Clean your (fuel enjection & throttle body) if you want good gas milage, it the best all over car I have owen.

Guru95P3T I own a 1998 Camry XLE V6 and it is a gem with over 100,000 miles it keeps running like it was practically new. I just changed the tires for a little more expensive tread and it grips the road like you would not believe. Has manual Over Drive to turn off and on when needed. I keep it maintained, oil change every 3K miles and still getting close to 30 mpg.

GuruSB1PX 1998 Camry LE 300,000 miles kept up with basic maintenance have replace a few worn items that showed up at 285000 car rides solid quiet safe comfortable and handles with zip and beauty .Body like new considering its age. Think its a keeper! getting classic plates this year.

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by jssings1 from Austin, Texas on February 11, 2020

This is a stylist looking white camry with a wing on its back, its older now and still when cleaned looks good. I have 220,000 miles on it, get 21 mpg in town , still going strong a small oil leak but. Read full review

Most reliable car I’ve owned.

by D from Madison, MS on February 5, 2020

Comfortable, reliable, low maintenance, with proper upkeep this car could go 1 million miles, honestly seems like a better car than the newer model Camrys Read full review

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What is a Powertrain warranty?

Don’t be misled a 10-year or 100,000-mile powertrain warranty doesn’t promise a decade of free repairs for your car. It typically covers just the engine and transmission, along with any other moving parts that lead to the wheels, like the driveshaft and constant velocity joints. Some automakers also bundle seat belts and airbags into their powertrain warranties. With a few exceptions, powertrain warranties don’t cover regular maintenance like engine tuneups and tire rotations.

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Some automakers include roadside assistance with their bumper-to-bumper or powertrain warranties, while others have separate policies. These programs cover anything from flat-tire changes and locksmith services to jump-starts and towing. Few reimburse incidental costs like motel rooms (if you have to wait for repairs).

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Used 1998 Toyota Camry Sedan

    Reliable, well-built, and comfortable, the 1998 Toyota Camry is one of the best entrants in the mid-size family sedan market. Boring shape. Suspension is too soft.

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Vehicle overview

The Camry is the new standard for midsized sedans. It has room inside for five adults, attractive yet conservative styling, exceptional pep from an available 24-valve 3.0-liter V6 and a price that doesn’t break the bank so long as options are kept to a minimum.

Last year, Toyota redesigned their midsize sedan and decided to go after the number one sales spot with vigor. At the end of the model year, sales showed that Toyota had the numbers to become the best-selling car in America.

New and old Toyota customers have fallen in love with the Camry because of its reliability, durability and good value. The new Camry can be equipped for rugged family life, or plush luxury touring. Options on higher-grade LE and XLE models include a premium sound system, leather interior trim and a power moonroof. With the V6 engine, the Camry accelerates strongly. Braking is swift and sure with the antilock system, and Camry hangs on well in corners despite rather meek all-season radials.

Inside, a two-inch increase in wheelbase has allowed designers to maximize space, creating a larger Camry than the 1996 model. Controls and gauges are laid-out nicely in a flowing dashboard, and most secondary controls are within easy reach of the driver. We are big fans of the fingertip cruise control stalk that allows easy operation without the chance of inadvertent activation. Camry CE sticks with a fixed-mast stereo antenna, but LE and XLE get an in-glass antenna, which reduces wind noise. Storage areas are abundant and feature a deep center console, door bins, and dashboard bins. Front cupholders accommodate 20-ounce bottles of your favorite beverage.

Is the Camry the perfect family conveyance? Not out of the box, but it’s close. We’d opt for a lightly loaded CE with the V6 engine, add some aftermarket alloy wheels, and do a bit of suspension and tire work to create the ultimate sleeper of staid bread-and-butter sedans.

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1998 Toyota Camry

Review Score

Score Breakdown

4.5 out of 5 stars Comfort
4.8 out of 5 stars Value for the Money
4.3 out of 5 stars Interior Design
4.7 out of 5 stars Reliability
4.3 out of 5 stars Performance
4.2 out of 5 stars Exterior Styling

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What Drivers Are Saying

by Toyota Camry FAN from Cary, IL on Thu May 17 2012

I’ve had my car since October of 1998. I purchased it with 12K miles on it. It was the best purchase of my life. Other than the normal wear and tear, this car has been the best. Looking to purchase another Camry at this time, but I honestly can’t part with my car. I have 283K miles on it now and still running strong. I have looked at other new cars, but keep leaning towards buying another 1998 car with way fewer miles. Maybe I got lucky with my current car, but I don’t think I did. I see several 1998 Camry Toyota’s on the road now in 2012!

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by Dave from on Wed Sep 30 2015

We bought a 98 camry when it had roughly 60k miles. It now has 327k and counting. It has made it through a mom and 2 teenage boys and is going to be passed on to another teenager. Would recommend to anyone looking for a reliable car.

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by Big T from Denver, Co on Sat Jan 05 2013

I bought my Camry LE 4 cycl new in May of 1998. During the first 3 months of the car had a rattle in the roof, which the resolved on the 3 attempt after replacing the insulation in the roof. The Dealer promotion was free oil changes for as lon as I own the car so I’ve kept up with oil changes, which is probably why the oil plug wore out. Dealer replaced the oil pan and for a reduced price of $140 so that should last for another 13 years. I’ve reached 110,000 miles and just replaced the timing belt as preventative so I’m not left stranded on one of my frequent road trips. I gave it a tune up at 85,000. other than tires and battery, that’s it. Very inexpensive vehicle to maintain and the best car I’ve every owned. Oh yeah, I’m still waiting for the brakes to show ware.

Purchased a New car

Uses car for Having fun

Does recommend this car!!

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by Forest from Houston, TX on Tue Jan 03 2012

Perhaps the best car I ever had. Far superior than my old Accord. Besides needing new struts and new tires, this car is very reliable. The shape is also very good. Good gas milage and very cold AC system.

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by toyota for ever from grand rapids, mi on Fri Sep 12 2014

393,000 MILES and still purrrrrs like a kitten. Had a 97 le as well and put 357,000 miles on it. Most reliable used car to date. I have done the minimum maintenance over the years . brakes, tires, only 1 radiator, 2 timing belts, and believe it or not..average oil change every 15,000 miles. Had lower seals replaced about 250,000 miles, $500, it obviously leaked a little. I drive on average 800miles a week and I put about a quart of oil a week in. I am now looking for another Camry 97-2000. Best engine for the $.

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Does recommend this car!!

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by A Good Friend from San Diego, CA on Thu Jan 19 2012

I’ve been driving a 1998 Camry 4 LE for almost ten years and the only thing I can say is that this is a very good friend!

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Does recommend this car!!

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by Daily Commuter from Orland Park, IL on Mon Mar 03 2014

I bought this car used with 24K miles on it on Sept. 10, 2001. Needless to say, nobody cared about seeing my new car the next day! I bought the Camry because my wife was pregnant with our first child and I wanted something reliable. We brought him home from the hospital in it 13 days later. Today, he’s almost as tall as I am and the Camry is still running great at 163,000 miles. I almost want it to break down so I can get a new car, but it runs so great, I can’t justify it! I haven’t had a car payment in 9 years, which will help with college payments for both my kids.

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Does recommend this car!!

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by Toyota Driver from Cleveland, OH on Sun Jun 11 2006

The 1998 Toyota Camry is not a stylish car or one with great performance. However, it is extremely durable and dependable over many years of use. If maintained regularly the ’98 Camry will run smoothly every day, even during cold winter weather. The acceleration is a bit weak, but more than adequate for city and freeway driving. Overall, the handling, while certainly not up to par with higher-level luxury cars, feels confident and smooth. This is a comfortable car with plenty of space for five passengers, and it has ample trunk space. While it may not be an exciting vehicle, the 1998 Toyota Camry is certainly reliable and will last through years of everyday use.

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by Yuriy from Crystal Lake, IL on Sat Nov 04 2006

I bought the 1998 Toyota Camry used and have had it for over five years now. It that time, the car has never been in for an unscheduled service — no oil leaks, no interior squeaks, just normal maintenance. The Camry is very reliable and demands little attention from the owner. The seats feel extremely soft and comfortable, even on long trips. The car is not very fast, but its lack of performance is compensated by the excellent gas economy for its size. Mine has 119,000 miles now and will probably run another 100K. It has been making minor engine noise at start up for the past two years, but performance has not deteriorated because of it, which indicates there is probably a loose part somewhere that needs tightening. Otherwise, it`s been a great car overall.

Purchased a Used car

Does recommend this car!!

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by Abjee from Chicago, IL on Sat Jun 06 2015

I am the second owner of this car, purchased in 2007 from my uncle with 37K miles on it. So far after that I have driven several cars and models (both V4 and V6 varieties), but Toyota Camry 1998 is a clear winner in the long term. Extremely comfortable and silent ride for its class! Handling is nimble and it tackles corners with ease. After 16 years and 140K miles, I believe the car has paid me back twice over in «satisfaction bucks». Very few repairs, and they are cheap. Service and aftermarket parts are always available and they work pretty well. It was driven for 10 years on snow so the bottom is rusted, but no squeeks or softness yet in the ride, the engine still sounds like new and gearshift and brakes are smooth. So far the big-ticket repairs incurred were a leak in power-steering, and the engine light went on because of another leak in an exhaust compartment, both of which took

$500-1000 each to finally fix. Other than that I have spent very little on the vehicle maintenance, given that I still take it out for 1500 mile road-trips 2-3 times every year. Hope to own it for 200K miles.

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Description: Used 1998 Toyota Camry LE for sale — $1,195 — 212,804 miles with Leather Seats, Sunroof/Moonroof, Alloy Wheels

Certified Pre-Owned: No

Transmission: Automatic

Color: Antique Sage (met)

I have made the deal and have plans to take delivery by the end of March. Up till now, I have had nothing but a positive experience with East Coast Auto Source.

The young man I spoke was very nic, well spoken and knowledgeable about all questions I asked.

Description: Used 1998 Toyota Camry LE for sale — $2,200 — 252,475 miles with Alloy Wheels

Certified Pre-Owned: No

Transmission: Automatic

Color: Green

Apex replied and sent emails to me to come down to Tacoma and look at the car. I have not had time to do so. I am trying to make time to get down there and do a inspection and a test drive. Dale

Car has all sorts of issues that were cleared temp by unhooking battery.. found mold attempted to be covered with spray paint. Bad battery wheel bearings went bad left dealer plate in car and threatened police report cuz I couldn’t being it back.car would not start so I was stuck. Told me to get a ride or mail it at my cost.. didn’t want to come pick it up. Just a terrible place bad dishonest people. I tried to take the car back the next day n they refused. I got ripped off .

Apex Motors Parkland was quick to reply to my email and had great communication through out my inquiry. I unfortunately, was not able to go to there lot to look at the vehicle or meet them in person.

Description: Used 1998 Toyota Camry LE for sale — $3,399 — 158,282 miles

Certified Pre-Owned: No

Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic

Color: Gray

They got back to me promptly.

They’ve got really great cars at great prices!

Made me feel assured about buying this first used car ever for my granddaughter! I would recommend!

Description: Used 1998 Toyota Camry LE for sale — $3,750 — 160,269 miles

Certified Pre-Owned: No

Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic

Color: Black

I purchased a 2012 Camry Le it’s nice,Kevin is really professional he knows cars,Mo was very kind with test driving the car with me

Dealership was great about replying via text. It would be great to see more pictures on their website.

Great guys to deal with

Description: Used 1998 Toyota Camry LE for sale — $3,950 — 278,871 miles with Steel Wheels

Certified Pre-Owned: No

Transmission: Automatic

Color: Black

Contacted me in a timely manner and was very professional and not overly aggressive.

Even though I didn’t buy a car, sales staff was very courteous and attentive.

It was great i gave it a five star

Description: Used 1998 Toyota Camry LE for sale, 246,339 miles

Certified Pre-Owned: No

Transmission: Automatic

Color: Gold

Description: Used 1998 Toyota Camry LE for sale,

Certified Pre-Owned: No

Transmission: Automatic

Color: Tan

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Warranties

Every Toyota vehicle is supported by a 36-month/36,000-mile
limited warranty coverage. But it doesn’t stop there.

On top of our basic coverage, we offer:

Basic Coverage1 36 months/36,000 miles (all components other than normal wear and maintenance items).

Powertrain Coverage1 60 months/60,000 miles (engine, transmission/transaxle, front-wheel-drive system, rear-wheel drive, seatbelts and airbags).

Rust-Through Coverage1 60 months/unlimited miles (corrosion perforation of sheet metal).

Emissions Coverage1 Coverages vary under Federal and California regulations. Refer to applicable Warranty & Maintenance Guide for details.

For Toyota hybrid vehicles beginning with model year 2020, the hybrid (HV) battery is covered for 10 years from original date of first use or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first. Coverage is subject to the terms and conditions of your New Vehicle Limited Warranty. See Owner’s Warranty and Maintenance Guide for details.

We are proud to announce a significant enhancement to our Hybrid Battery Warranty. Starting with the 2020 model year, every Toyota hybrid battery warranty is being increased from 8 years or 100,000 miles, to 10 years from date of first use, or 150,000 miles whichever comes first. This enhancement serves as an indication of our confidence in the quality, dependability, and reliability of our products.

On top of our basic coverage, we offer:

Hybrid-Related Component Coverage1 Hybrid-related components, including the HV battery, battery control module, hybrid control module and inverter with converter, are covered for 8 years/100,000 miles. The HV battery may have longer coverage under emissions warranty. Refer to applicable Warranty & Maintenance Guide for details.

Powertrain Coverage1 60 months/60,000 miles (engine, transmission/transaxle, front-wheel-drive system, rear-wheel drive, seatbelts and airbags).

Rust-Through Coverage1 60 months/unlimited miles (corrosion perforation of sheet metal).

Emissions Coverage1 Coverages vary under Federal and California regulations. Refer to applicable Warranty & Maintenance Guide for details.

For Toyota hybrid vehicles beginning with model year 2020, the hybrid (HV) battery is covered for 10 years from original date of first use or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first. Coverage is subject to the terms and conditions of your New Vehicle Limited Warranty. See Owner’s Warranty and Maintenance Guide for details.

Toyota Genuine Parts are built to the highest standards of quality, durability and performance. Most have 12-month coverage, and there aren’t many, if any, companies that offer a longer guarantee.

For accessories purchased at the time of the new vehicle purchase, the Toyota Accessory Warranty coverage is in effect for 36 months/ 36,000 miles from the vehicle’s in-service date, which is the same coverage as the Toyota New Vehicle Limited Warranty.1

For accessories purchased after the new vehicle purchase, the coverage is 12 months, regardless of mileage, from the date the accessory was installed on the vehicle, or the remainder of any applicable new vehicle warranty, whichever provides greater coverage, with the exception of car covers. Car covers are warranted for 12 months from the date of purchase and do not assume any coverage under the Toyota New Vehicle Limited Warranty.

Every Toyota Certified Used Vehicle is put through a 160-point quality insurance inspection, with each Used Hybrid tested to a 174-point standard. So we thought the TCUV Warranty should be just as thorough.

Each Toyota Certified Used Hybrid and Vehicle comes with a 12-month/12,000-mile limited comprehensive warranty from date of certified purchase.2

Each Toyota Certified Used Hybrid is covered by an 8-year/100,000-mile Factory Hybrid Vehicle Battery Warranty, 5 including the HV battery, battery control module, hybrid control module and inverter with converter. The HV battery may have longer coverage under emissions warranty. Refer to applicable Owner’s Warranty & Maintenance Guide for details.

Additionally, all Toyota Certified Used Vehicles are backed by a 7-year/100,000-mile Limited Powertrain Warranty 3 (from original date of first use when purchased as new). We also add a 1-year 24-hour Roadside Assistance Plan 4 (from original date of TCUV purchase). For the enhanced peace of mind of an available Extended Vehicle Service Agreement, please visit Toyota Financial Services .

Here are a few of the features and benefits of the Toyota Certified Limited Powertrain Warranty:

  • • Valid at over 1400 Toyota dealerships in the U.S. and Canada
  • • Transferable at no cost for added resale value
  • • Travel protection
  • • Substitute transportation
  • • Toll-free line assistance

The following major components are covered by the Toyota Certified Limited Powertrain Warranty:

  • • Engine Components
  • • Manual Transmission
  • • Automatic Transmission
  • • Axle Assembly Components
  • • Hybrid Components

Dashboard Lights

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Please see your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual for details or scroll down to see common indicators.

Indicates a malfunction in:

  • ABS or
  • The Brake Assist system

Indicates a malfunction in the vehicle’s charging system.

Indicates that cruise control has been activated.

Indicates a malfunction in the EPS system.

Indicates that the side marker, parking, tail, license plate, instrument panel and headlights have been turned on.

Indicates that the high-beam headlights have been switched on.

Indicates that the engine oil pressure is too low.

Indicates low fuel level. (Amount remaining depends on vehicle; consult your Owner’s Manual for more details.)

Indicates a low level of washer fluid.

Indicates that maintenance is required according to the driven distance on the maintenance schedule.

Vehicles with a Smart Key System:

The indicator light flashes after the ENGINE START STOP switch has been turned off to indicate that the system is operating. The indicator light stops flashing after the ENGINE START STOP switch has been turned to ACCESSORY or IGNITION ON mode to indicate that the system has been canceled.

Vehicles without a Smart Key System:

The indicator light flashes after the key has been removed from the engine switch to indicate that the system is operating. The indicator light stops flashing after the registered key has been inserted into the engine switch to indicate that the system has been canceled.

If the vehicle is in danger of slipping or if any of the drive wheels spins, the slip indicator light flashes to indicate that the VSC/TRAC systems are operating. Depending on the vehicle, a buzzer (intermittent) may sound to indicate that VSC is operating.

Your vehicle is equipped with a front passenger occupant classification system. This system detects the conditions of the front passenger seat and activates or deactivates the devices for the front passenger. The AIRBAG ON or AIRBAG OFF light illuminates to keep the driver/front passenger advised of the system’s status.

Indicates a malfunction in:

  • The SRS airbag system
  • The front passenger occupant classification system or
  • The seatbelt pretensioner system

Indicates low tire inflation pressure.

  • To disable TRAC and/or VSC

If the vehicle gets stuck in fresh snow or mud, TRAC and VSC may reduce power from the engine to the wheels. You may need to turn the system off to enable you to rock the vehicle in order to free it.

  • Turning off TRAC

Quickly push and release the switch to turn off TRAC. The TRAC OFF indicator light should come on. Push the switch again to turn the system back on.

Indicates that the right or left turn signal has been activated.

Push and hold the switch while the vehicle is stopped to turn off TRAC and VSC.
The TRAC OFF indicator light and VSC OFF indicator light should come on. Push the switch again to turn the system back on.

Still have questions or concerns?
Consult your Owner’s Manual.

Consult your Owners Manual or schedule a service with a nearby dealership.

*If a safety system warning light does not come on.

Should a safety system light such as the ABS and SRS airbag warning lights not come on when you start the hybrid system, this could mean that these systems are not available to help protect you in an accident, which could result in death or serious injury. Have the vehicle inspected by your Toyota dealer immediately if this occurs.

Dashboard icons are displayed in a variety of colors, depending on the system and its status in a specific vehicle. Yellow icons indicate an item of importance (such as low fuel), but are not necessarily a warning. Red icons indicate a condition that requires immediate attention, such as an open door or low engine oil pressure. See your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual for more details.

How the Toyota Camry Works

1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 Toyota Camry

The 1997 Toyota Camry was an all-new interpretation of a flourishing formula. Still more increases in size and power marked the fourth-generation Camry. Safety moved ahead with the addition of side airbags, and Toyota took the coupe version in a new direction, and even branched out with a convertible.

1997 Toyota Camry

As the redesigned 1997 Toyota Camry rolled into showrooms, shoppers noticed the absence of a wagon body style, which had been dropped for lack of sales interest. Coupes were also missing, but would return.

This left mainstay sedans with a slightly sleeker new appearance on a wheelbase lengthened 2.1 inches (to 105.2). Other dimensions, inside and out, gained less than an inch apiece. Weight increases were modest this time, but cargo volume shrank from 14.9 to 14.1 cubic feet. Trim levels were CE (replacing DX), midrange LE, and top-line XLE; the sport SE was in limbo.

A 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine and 3.0-liter V6 were available for each «grade,» but the four-cylinder rebounded from 125 to 133 horsepower, while the V6 was tweaked to 194 horsepower. A four-speed automatic transmission was standard except on the four-cylinder CE (where automatic was optional) and the V6 CE, which came only with five-speed manual.

This Camry was the first front-drive Toyota to offer traction control; an option for LE and XLE V6s, it minimized wheelspin during acceleration by reducing engine power and/or applying the brakes as needed. It worked in conjunction with antilock brakes (ABS) that were available for the four-cylinder CE and newly standard for all other Camrys.

Inside, three-point lap/shoulder belts were provided at all five seating positions, thus banishing the unpopular motorized front «mousebelts.» Inside, a new-design dashboard put the audio unit above the climate controls, switching their positions, and leather upholstery was available for LEs as well as XLEs.

Consumer Guide found the new Camry «quieter, roomier and more refined than the previous model,» but thought it «lacks personality, both in its performance and its appearance. However, it’s hard to find a better choice in a midsize family sedan.» No wonder the 1997 Toyota Camry earned another CG Best Buy honor while setting another sales record at over 397,000 units.

1998 Toyota Camry

The 1998 Toyota Camry added a passive-safety plus with seat-mounted side airbags as a new option for all models. An «engine immobilizer» designed to prevent «hot-wire» starting was incorporated into the antitheft system (standard XLE, available LE). Camry’s four-cylinder engine now joined the V-6 in rating Low Emissions Vehicle status (LEV) status in California, albeit with minor reductions in horsepower and torque. Calendar-year sales exceeded 400,000 units for the first time, totaling 429,575.

1999 Toyota Camry

A Camry coupe returned this season, but with separate billing as the Solara. Actually, it was marketed as the 1999 Toyota Camry Solara, so buyers wouldn’t miss the kinship, but the Camry badge appeared nowhere on the car itself. Unlike previous Camry coupes, Solaras had unique styling and chassis tuning. Solara came as the four-cylinder and V-6 SEs with manual or automatic transmission and a flagship V6 SLE with automatic only. In another distinction, Solara’s four-cylinder engine had two more horsepower than the similar Camry sedan unit, while the V6 had 200 horsepower vs. 194.

Despite its sportier looks, a Solara was no more exciting to drive than a comparably equipped Camry sedan, but Consumer Guide deemed both «exceptionally well done mainstream midsizers with the attractions of Toyota reliability and high resale value. We might wish for more personality. but these cars are hard to fault and tough to beat.» More buyers than ever agreed, and sales of the 1999 Toyota Camry reached 448,000 in the calendar year.

2000 Toyota Camry

Sedan versions of the 2000 Toyota Camry were spruced up with mildly revised grilles, bumpers, and taillights, plus multireflector headlamps and self-propping hoods. XLE sedans added pseudo-wood interior trim; the V6 XLE moved up to standard 16-inch wheels vs. other models 14s or 15s. The four-cylinder sedan engine gained three horsepower for 136 total.

Solara coupes were little changed for their sophomore season, but convertible versions arrived in spring 2000: a four-cylinder SE, V6 SE and V6 SLE. All included a power top with heated glass rear window, plus all the features of counterpart coupes, but were restricted to automatic transmission.

Sales of the 2000 Toyota Camry retreated slightly to just under 423,000, ending an eight-year streak of sales increases.

2001 Toyota Camry

Solaras were unchanged. Among sedans, the base 2001 Toyota Camry CE replaced 14-inch tires and a compact spare with 15-inch wheels and a full-size spare. One step up, the LE sedan offered a new Gallery Series dress-up package comprising two-tone paint and cloth interior, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, and other trim items.

Camry posted a second straight sales loss, falling to around 390,500. One likely factor was the 2001 debut of the Toyota Highlander, a Camry-based sport-utility wagon that proved highly popular right out of the box.

Toyota Camry Reliability

Audio system (1997 model year): CD player may not accept or eject CDs.

Brake noise (1997-2001): Original-equipment brake pads are prone to noisy groaning, grinding, and squeaking on application, when vibration may felt. Revised pads are available.

Brake noise (1999): Groaning noise from the rear brakes may be corrected with revised brake drums.

Fuel-filler door (1997, 1998): This may not open when the release is pulled due to a weak spring.

Engine noise (2001, 2002, 2003): With 2AZ-FE engine, fan belt squeal and rattle noises on cold starting were traced to a faulty tensioner; an improved replacement tensioner is available.

Power seats (1997, 1998): The front power seats may chatter when positioned, requiring replacement of the seat-adjuster assembly.

Sunroof/moonroof (1997): This may rattle when opened about 4 inches, or the glass panel may become skewed and will not retract.

Suspension noise (1997, 1998): Defective upper strut-tower cushions may cause front-end noises when driving over dips in the road.

Suspension noise (1997, 1998): Groaning noise from front end when going over speed bumps, etc. can be corrected by installing revised spring bumpers on front struts.

Toyota Camry Safety Recalls

1997 in 19 states: In extreme cold for an extended period, accumulated moisture can temporarily freeze in brake-vacuum hose, resulting in elimination of power-brake assist.

1997: Accumulated moisture can temporarily freeze in brake-vacuum hose, eliminating power-brake assist.

1997: Ignition key can be removed even when gearshift lever is not in «Park» position.

1997, 1998: Insufficiently tightened steering-wheel nut may cause steering vibration and looseness; nut could eventually come off, causing steering wheel to separate from shaft.

1998: Audiovox «Securikey+» security system can malfunction, causing electrical failure; can cause engine to run poorly and stall, and electrical components can intermittently fail.

1998: Some wheel lug nuts are defective, causing loss of torque, fatigue fracture of wheel, and possible loss of wheel.

1998, 1999, 2000 cars made in KY: Accelerator-cable housing could be deformed at the cruise-control actuator-to-throttle-body connection. The accelerator inner-cable could wear away and eventually break, increasing the risk of a crash.

2000: Due to improper heat treatment, certain rear-axle shafts could fail or break after extended use.

2001: Accelerator cable housing could fail at the cruise control actuator-to-throttle body connection. This could allow the throttle to return to idle or remain in its last position regardless of accelerator pedal operation.

2001: Front-subframe assembly was not adequately welded on some cars. This condition could cause failure of the assembly, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect and replace the front sub frame if necessary.

The fourth-generation Camry had experienced new sales heights, but after two straight years of sales declines, it was clear the car faced fresh challenges in an American market suddenly in love with SUVs. Find out on the next page what Toyota did to restore the popularity of its mainstay passenger car.

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