Isn't it called the Aurion there? slightly less agressive lights
Yes, your richt.Last time I checked (maybe a year ago) they sold Camry's in Germany (not the Aurion). If that is the case, wouldn't it be easier to drive across and get one their?
I have seen a lot new and used sold by dealers...you mean dealers add a premium for importing? I thought the Camry is sold in Germany anyway - yes, dealer pricing looked expensive.Yes, your richt.
But the German people buy these Camry's in America and sell them for an higher price.
I chose to keep that money in my own pocket.
I have no answers for my questions above. Should someone can help me with that please ?Thanks all for thinking with me. :chug:
First of all, it's nice to drive a car, what you don't see on every corner of the street. Second, I don't feel free in our topmodel Avensis. the room inside is to small, and if you look beside, you bump with your head agains the door/roof corner.
When you drive an Camry, its much more confortable what gives a lot of more fun while driving !
At this moment I'm driving an 2007 camry. All the maintenance I do my self. Getting parts is no problem at the toyota dealer. I don't know what's different at an 2010 model.
It would be nice if someone could tell me:
engine oil filter?
Beside, I'm looking for sidemirrors with LED flahlight. If someone could sent me a link, where I can order these's, would be very nice.
Wonderfull !!I can try to get you an '11 brochure. Not sure about the '10. I'll see what I can do. PM me your address.
It looks like everyone has an manual transmission..........:thankyou:Yesterday I picked up my New 2010 camry at the Harbour. The first ride was wonderfull.
Some thing are much better in stead of my 2007 camry:
-Engine in much more powerfull
-Less noise in the car while driving
-RPM is lower while driving at higher speed
-shifting (automatic) goes more direct
One question about the car, How can you check oil level of the automatic gearbox ?