1990 Toyota Camry Reviews and Owner Comments
1990 Toyota Camry owners review and rate their 1990 Toyota Camry.
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Just bought car 11 months ago I enjoy every bit of it. It does have little rust around wheel wheels but a wonderful car with 221,000 miles. I got clutch installed plus change out spark plugs etc. This little car runs well finally pass inspection one thing dislike about this car be electric seatbelts but has electric windows, locks, am/fm cassette player, security/alarm and keyless entry. Starts up right away no issues I see distributor cap might needs fixing after while but so far my Camry has been very flawless it looks decent on age it is but truly the most dependable car I have ever had.
bought in 2012 with 240K miles for $900. Previous owner put new brake lines all-around. exhaust hole behind convertor only current must fix. AC doesn't work -- not sure if compressor or freon. interior holds up great - doesn't look 22 yrs old! lots of rust over wheel wells. engine is strong and A/T shifts smooth.
I am a big fan of Camrys
bought my 1990 camry nov. 2006 payed 350.00 for ir from a nice sweet lady in new jersey and she had driven the car from indiana. it had 100k plus miles when i got it and it has 252k now. my everyday run around car it stays on the highway 2.0 4cyl get 400 miles to the tank highway. in the 4 years i had my baby ive gotten a water pump timing belt change total 350.00 , the tranny went 2 years ago total 450.00 labor and tranny, starter 150.00 total, front axle both sides 300.00 total (mechanic who did work did terrible job so i have to get the work done all over), and the basic wear and tear etc...so i can say i have about 1500-1800.00 invested in 4 years and she still rides smooth. just need to fix AC, replace front windshield and get front axle fixed...trying to get 500k on my baby...
I just bought this car for my mom from a co-worker for $800. Great car everything is in perfect operating order lol well except for the part were it has 293,467 miles on it. the car still runs perfect feels great and drives smooth as a caddy. And after all those miles it had its first fluid leak going to look at it on my day off work. Its more impressive than my 89 cougar ls that im halfing to work on every month, JDM vehicles rock!!!
i payed 400 dollars for a 1990 Toyota Camry Le and it runs great!!!!!
Car has been well taken care of, but has some major issues at 100k miles. Bad engine knocking, steering problems, and exhaust noise.