The Toyota Camry Solara Convertible is a US-mid-sized drop-top designed with the cruising American market in mind. It is powered by a 3.3-litre V6 engine through a five-speed automatic gearbox. The suspension is smooth rather than sporting and there is more than enough space for four adults inside making this both a practical car and a perfect boulevard cruiser. The Camry Solara Convertible was given a face-lift in 2004 and was then discontinued in 2009 as the auto industry went into crisis and slow selling cars were cut back.
Toyota Camry Solara Convertible (2004-2009)
Toyota Camry Solara Convertible Details
|Luggage Capacity||348 litres / 12.29 cu ft|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||70 litres / 18.5 US gal|
|Warranty||years or miles|
|Fuel type||Unleaded Petrol|
|Engine Capacity||3300 cc|
|Transmission type||5-spd auto|
|UK Retail Price||from £17,000|
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I love my 2006 Solara convertible. I would have replaced it to a newer model if available. Over 125,000 miles and still runs smooth and looks current. Going to drive my baby till it just won’t go anymore .
My.husbsnd loves his 2005 salara convertible
Close to 200.000 miles. Just had the original alternator and.belt.replaced.
By far one of the nicest riding (solid) and best handling convertibles I’ve owned. The last 3 convertibles we’re Chryslers. And did I mention the 3.3 goes FAST. @ 50, punch it and ur doing 80 in no time. 123k and runs like a bandit. VERY NICE CAR!
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