1999 toyota camry

1999 toyota camry

1999 Toyota Camry

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by DJ from New Buffalo , MI on February 1, 2020

Cannot go wrong with a Toyota. Bought a 1999 Camry for $600 with 212k. Lasted over two years. However; it would of lasted longer if I would of had the timing belt changed when I first got it. (which . Read full review

As sol >by TFRichards541 from Eugene, OR on January 6, 2020

Not the most exciting but can’t beat the reliability for the money spent. Has never given me trouble and I have over 200k on the odometer and have had some moron try sugaring the gas tank twice. The . Read full review

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The 1999 Toyota Camry currently has 4 recalls

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What is a Bumper-to-Bumper warranty?

Often called a basic warranty or new-vehicle warranty, a bumper-to-bumper policy covers components like air conditioning, audio systems, vehicle sensors, fuel systems and major electrical components. Most policies exclude regular maintenance like fluid top offs and oil changes, but a few brands have separate free-maintenance provisions, and those that do offer them is slowly rising. Bumper-to-bumper warranties typically expire faster than powertrain warranties.

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.

What is included in Roadside Assistance?

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).

What other services could be included in a warranty?

Some automakers include free scheduled maintenance for items such as oil changes, air filters and tire rotations. Some include consumables including brake pads and windshield wipers; others do not. They are typically for the first couple of years of ownership of a new car.

What does CPO mean?

A certified pre-owned or CPO car has been inspected to meet minimum quality standards and typically includes some type of warranty. While dealers and third parties certify cars, the gold standard is an automaker-certified vehicle that provides a factory-backed warranty, often extending the original coverage. Vehicles must be in excellent condition and have low miles and wear to be certified, which is why off-lease vehicles feed many CPO programs.

Used 1999 Toyota Camry Sedan

    When it comes to people moving, the Camry gets the job done with dependability. The suspension is a bit wallowy for our tastes and the new Accord offers more interior space.

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Vehicle overview

The Camry is still favored by most Americans as the best mid-sized sedan. This despite a new-and-improved Honda Accord in ’98. Camry’s boast 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, as long as options are kept to a minimum.In ’97 the Camry was redesigned with the goal of becoming America’s best-selling car. It succeeded but has faced increasing competition from the Accord and Ford Taurus in ’98 and ’99.

New and old Toyota customers have fallen in love with the Camry because of its reliability, durability and good value. The 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, 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. If you want a practical sedan without sacrificing all aspects of performance, the Camry CE can be had with a potent V6 and a five-speed manual transmission.Storage areas are abundant and feature a deep center console, door bins, and dashboard bins. Front cupholders, the feature by which all cars are truly measured these days, accommodate 20-ounce bottles of your favorite beverage.

The Camry’s suspension could be a little stiffer, but otherwise this is Toyota’s all-around winner?and the sales charts prove it.

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1999 Toyota Camry

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Score Breakdown

4.5 out of 5 stars Comfort
4.6 out of 5 stars Value for the Money
4.1 out of 5 stars Interior Design
4.7 out of 5 stars Reliability
4.5 out of 5 stars Performance
4.1 out of 5 stars Exterior Styling

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by m,n from on Thu Apr 07 2011

great car, 175,000 and still going, i’m hoping my next car will last this long. i’ve test driven other cars and swear that my 99 camry sounds better, and handles better than some new cars

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by JEFFMNAZ from Phoenix, Arizona on Wed Oct 28 2015

I am the original owner of my 1999 Toyota Camry — 6 cyl Stick shift — love the car — has 282,000 miles on it and no issues. Drive it out here in the desert — up to the mountains — runs like a champ — just recently drove it 5,000 miles out east on vacation. Would recommend this car to anyone. Would drive it anywhere.

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by Big Bri from Longmeadow, MA on Thu Oct 14 2010

I bought this car with 12k on it and have since put on almost 200k more. Never had a major problem, other than a locked brake caliper 7 years ago. Car still runs great. Itt still has plenty of power. I actually prefer it to my wife’s Lexus RS 300!

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by Camry Don from New York, MY on Fri Sep 20 2013

I purchased the LE Camry 1999 from an elderly couple whowere selling it where it had been garaged and meticulously cared for in all Areas _ did a car fax which was clear and spoke with the mechanic who worked o n the car for many years and he suggested thati shouldn’t pass up this offer clean as a whistle 75,000 miles Comfort,space ease at driving quiet handling responsive are attributes — Gas mileage has been exceptional on highways getting bewtee 30 — 33 mpg when I don’t have to use AC or heat — I stepped into this great great car which will be lasting quite a while ! Don

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by I want to keep this car until I die from East Coast on Mon Jul 23 2012

LE 3.0litre v6, auto, abs 4 wheel disc, woodland green, alloy wheels, brown interior, 6 speaker cd/radio/cassette, power mirror/door/window/driver seat. Japan-made I was in elementary school when my family purchased this car brand new. I would fall asleep in it on those long car trips because of the quiet comfortable interior. I learned to drive in the Camry as a teenager, and several years ago at 260k miles my father handed me the keys when it was time to give up my worn out Corolla. Now my Camry has almost 310k miles and shows no sign of quitting. All of my friends cannot believe the odometer, but I explain that it has never gone more than a week without being driven by someone in my family and always take a check engine light seriously (not that it has often). I plan to be driving it after I graduate college in about a year and even years after that when I move into a home of my own. I baby it by keeping a coat of wax on and never going 100 miles over the recommended service. Only major issue I can think of was when the ECU needed to be replaced at 100k miles. But still, this has been the least expensive car to own overall in the family. It doesn’t want me to spend time at the shop, it wants to be out on the open road! I must add there is nothing exciting about driving a 99 Camry. Acceleration and stopping is great but it is far from a sports car. But I love it for its dependability and couldn’t imagine giving it up. I would like it to be my weekend car when I can afford a new one in a couple years.

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Uses car for Just getting around

Does recommend this car!!

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by Big J from Eugene, OR on Tue Mar 11 2008

This is my second Camry. First was an ’88 V6 now we have a ’99 XLE V6. First one we drove in to the ground, put almost 200k on it then traded it in for the current one. It is great on long trips or daily commute, very fun to drive lots of power and excellent freeway mileage. No mechanical problems, just a visor broke. The moonroof is fantastic, the trunk space and folding rear seats are great. I did blow all the speakers, but that one is on me! I think this generation is the nicest looking Camry until the newest style. Hard to buy anything but a Toyota, even thought they are pricey, but they just don’t break!

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Does recommend this car!!

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by Dave from La Habra, CA on Sat Jan 23 2016

I purchased my 1999 Camry LE V6 in March 2012 from the original owner, with 205,000 miles on it at the time. I’ve driven it close to 4 years now, and am now approaching 274,000 on it, as a daily driver in Southern California. The car is a ROCK, incredibly dependable, runs strong and smooth and very comfortable. Still with original suspension, engine and transmission. Not ONE day did I ever have a breakdown or trouble in this car. Toyota does ‘it» right, the Camry is seriously nearly a «trouble-free» care, even in the LONG run, if there ever was one.

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by Rocky from San Diego on Wed Feb 10 2016

We’ve owned this 99 Camry since new. The car has been a dream. We named her Bertha from the beginning. She now has 251,000 miles and is still tight and smooth. Runs like it’s new. The only thing I’ve had to replace was some front steering items, starter, alternator , and a couple of sensors. The engine has more than enough power for these California highways. The ride is a little rougher than I would like, but not bad for a mid size car. I will keep her until she stops dead on the road. then I’ll put another engine in.

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by bjtollett from on Tue Sep 29 2009

We have owned our 99 Camry for 10 years. Only changed battery, tires, oil. At 259,000 miles transmission went out. Am looking for another. Best car we have ever owned.

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by Camry guy from Tilaran, Costa Rica on Tue Oct 13 2015

This is my 5th Camry. 1st two bought used with low mileage, 91 4 cyl, 92 6 cyl, then bought new 97 6 cyl, then 2004 4 cyl. Close to 1 million miles on the 4 combined. 1 repair other than routine stuff (replace timing belts, brakes, etc.). ’97 driver’s window motor failed after 230,000 miles, so. $152 in repairs total on all 4. Many people cautioned me «Toyota parts are VERY expensive». Well? They aren’t if you never need them. I live in Costa Rica now and for my third car here I found a ’99 Camry with one owner and only 85,000 verifyable miles (136,000 kilometers). Guy lived 2 blocks from Toyota dealer where he bought it new. He and his wife both walked to work, and he was obsessive-compulsive with maintenance. Had oil changes and even wiper blades done at the dealership. had a printout of all maintenance. This car is 16 years old. looks, feels, and runs like a new car right out of the showroom. I’ve had very many cars, most very good cars. NOTHING comes close to the Camry overall.

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The 1999 Toyota Camry is available as a 4-door, 5-seat sedan. Starting at $17,098, the 1999 Toyota Camry CE (M5) is powered by a 2.2L, 4-cylinder engine mated to a manual transmission that returns an EPA estimated 23-mpg in the city and 32-mpg on the highway. The top of the line 1999 Toyota Camry XLE V6 (A4), priced at $25,058, is powered by a 3.0L, 6-cylinder engine mated to an automatic transmission that returns an EPA estimated 20-mpg in the city and 28-mpg on the highway.

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