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I was very upset when I had my first issues starting around 102000 miles and it was noted that my car needed an update, so I got it done. Then it started slipping again around 105000 miles took it to the dealership and still noted it was an update needed and the prior company I took it to did not notate my car issues. Now at 124777 miles my car began to do the same issues and I was told I need a new transmission....very mad! I bought a Toyota because of its track record and now I paid more money for a car that did not last very long.
- Trish T.,
Denver, CO, US
Toyota’s aren’t really known for these kinds of issues but I did enjoy the car before this started. Hopefully someone else can take this as a note of caution before buying this year (2012) of Camry.
- Que L.,
My Camry is grinding on acceleration between 20mph and 50mph. From what I've read about the 2012, it's the transmission converter and will cost $3k+. I bought a Camry to avoid this kind of problem, looks like Toyota let me down on this one. Oh, and the power locks haven't worked for over 2 years.
- Jason F.,
Lexington, KY, US
Scary that this is a low mileage car and it hints at transmission trouble. SPREAD THE WORD. And stop Toyota from skating on its reputation.
Lakewood, CA, US