For years, Toyota has built a reputation for high-quality, reliable cars as popular as they are affordable. Ask anyone that’s owned a Toyota why they keep coming back to buy another one, and they’ll give you a litany of reasons from features and technology to comfort and handling.
The Camry is still one of their best-selling models, and no matter where you live in America, you’ve seen new and old ones alike passing you by. You may even be considering buying or leasing one right now. And if you’re in the market for a vehicle upgrade, then this list is for you!
Your friends at Drivrz Financial have researched, checked the facts, and put together this list of the best Toyota Camry’s by year to lease used.
1996 Toyota Camry
The 1996 Camry benefited from a cosmetic redesign that did away with the square-looking body type. In addition, Toyota added better insulation for the road noise, and if you love a good station wagon, this is the last year that Toyota ever offered a Camry wagon!
2001 Toyota Camry
Toyota offered two engine sizes on the 2001 Camry, a 2.2-liter four-cylinder and a 3.0-liter V6 engine. They even did a bit of a redesign with a new sleeker and sexier body style.
2006 Toyota Camry
The 2006 Camry is an incredibly reliable vehicle powered by a 210-horsepower 3.3-liter V6 engine with automatic and manual transmission options. With an extremely comfortable interior and high-tech features and entertainment choices ahead of their time, the 2006 Camry still ranks as one of the best years.
2012 Toyota Camry
Speaking of technology features, the 2017 Camry was packed full of them, including a power-tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, USB ports, Bluetooth capability, and cruise control. The manual transmission option was scrapped altogether on this generation of the Camry, but they made sure to offer a standard 6-speed engine. On the higher-end trim levels, you’ll discover keyless entry before it was a thing on every car made!
2018 – Present Camry
The current generation of the Camry has everything you need to ride in comfort and style. With a few different engine options to choose from, including the standard 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine that gets up to 34mpg. If you’re looking for a more throaty, powerful driving experience, then the 300 horses that come with the 3.5-liter V6 engine options will surprise you.
It’s not easy to find a car that you can count on to hold up to the test of time and still rely on for your daily commute and road trips alike. Unless, of course, you choose one of these Toyota Camry’s for your next vehicle. And you do pick out the perfect one, be sure you call the used car leasing financing specialists at Drivrz Financial at 1-800-436-0476!