1995 Toyota Camry Review
All the right stuff makes this wagon a winner
In some respects, the Camry Wagon is an enigma. Finding fault with the basic package is difficult. Who would complain about a roomy, easy-riding wagon that is sure to be as dependable as the sunrise?
But there are areas in which the Camry falls short. Certain wagons - the Accord, for example - are more fun to drive, yet no less comfortable. Others deliver more performance, with little, if any, loss of refinement.
And there's the matter of what you get for what you pay. The Camry Wagon's base price is reasonable, and the list of standard features - including air conditioning, 6-speaker AM/FM/ cassette sound system and power assists - ensure that a low-price Camry isn't a stripped-out penalty box. But a V6 wagon with ABS, a third seat and the top-of-the-line sound system nudges the price up toward $25,000, and that's a fair chunk of change.
If you're looking for a good, traditional station wagon, the Camry definitely delivers.
But if performance and handling are right up there with space and practicality on your wish list, you should be prepared to spend some time comparison shopping before making that final decision.
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