1993 toyota Camry

1993 Toyota Camry: Last year, we placed the V-6-powered Toyota Camry sedans on our Ten Ideal Cars listing, and this year we contribute to those the Camrys with four-cylinders. Why? Because the four-cylinder versions are equally as well carried out as, if slower compared to, the big-engined Camrys. The result is a line of automobiles that covers a wide rate array with items that do not in any way disappoint or fall short of excellence.

1993 Toyota Camry

The V-6, at 185 hp, is significantly more effective than the 130-hp four, but not that recognizable. If anything, the four-cylinder Camrys represent a far better buy.

Whichever variation is controversial, no one will certainly fault the exterior styling, the flight, and the majority of facets of the handling. Nor will any individual find fault with the tasteful and also well- developed inside. Concerning the only significant issue with these Kentucky-built cars is increasing rates as a result of the adjustment in the dollar-yen partnership. However even that appears to have generated couple of complainers. The Toyota Camry line is an essential of the vehicle best-seller checklist.

This makes the four-cylinder Camrys offered right here from 1993 to 1997 the very best buys. The most up to date designs are a years old yet this is where Toyota's track record for going the distance matters.

The 1993 line-up kicked off with the Exec, a fleet favorite and also prominent with personal buyers who desired an affordable Camry.


VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, front-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan

BASE PRICE: $15,483-20,263

ENGINE TYPE(S): DOHC 16-valve 2.2-liter 4-in-line, DOHC 24-valve 3.0-liter V-6
Power (SAE net): 130-185 bhp

TRANSMISSION(S): 5-speed, 4-speed auto


Wheelbase: 103.1 in Length: 187.8 in
Curb weight: 2950-3300 lbs

EPA city driving: 18-22 mpg