Toyota Camry XV40
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Toyota Camry XV40 (2007-2011)

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72 reviews · Statistics

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78%13%10%

Build Quality
4.7 (6)
Value for Money
4.7 (6)
Cleaning & Maintenance
4.8 (6)
Noise Level
4.0 (6)
Braking
4.4 (7)
Acceleration / Power
4.1 (7)
Gear Shifting
4.4 (7)
Suspension
4.4 (7)
Fuel Efficiency
4.0 (7)
Handling
4.6 (7)
Interior Design
4.3 (7)
Boot Size
4.7 (7)
Comfort
4.7 (7)
Features
4.4 (7)
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Reviews

Toyota Camry › XV4072 reviews
Paul B.
Paul B.WAPeel, WA
  XV40

Camry Grande

I've been driving a 2007 Camry Grande Taxi for about 18 months now. It has travelled around 395000kms and has not used a drop of oil or transmission fluid. It starts first time and just never stops. My passengers really like the leather seats and sun roof and I like everything about it Show details
Martin Hanstein
Martin HansteinVICGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC3 posts
  XV40

Legendary Reliable, they didn't lie about this

Best car I've ever had since was a student. I bought it as a pre-owned with 67,000 on clock. Now it's 170,000 but super smooth. Credits on you TOYOTA good job!
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Edward
EdwardNSWSydney Surrounds, NSW6 posts
  Fair Incentive XV40

Economical Running

Drive week days to work 162km, mostly freeway only 5 traffic lights to negotiate each way. Uses 7.2L/100km on freeways, about 9L/100km city driving. Service personnel report vehicle is in good condition. Very good suspension really solid even when gone into big potholes, tyre service personnel reports not having to do alignment. Interior is doing well after 10 years. Seats have not sagged after 144,000 km of driving. Show details
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Samir
SamirNSWSydney, NSW2 posts
  XV40

Toyota Reliability

Have been using Toyota Camry Touring for a year and as known for Toyota it has great reliability with only basic maintenance of oil/filters change. fuel economy is average depending on how you drive and power is more than enough for the Australian roads. Only disadvantage is when driving on slippery roads you feel the car as if it slips off with the road a bit and requires a firm grip on the steering wheel (even after tyres rotation and wheel alignment), an issue which was not noticed with my previous Toyota Corolla 2005, and Toyota Aurion 2008. However, got used to it after a while and have not seen any other issue with the car since the date of purchase. Show details
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Sam
SamVICGreater Melbourne (Inner), VIC8 posts
  XV40

Great economic car for the whole family

Great family car, very easy to drive and serviced friendly in terms of cost and servicing technical, Toyota is very detailed with their service and provide great experiences.
The car has all its basics especially when driving, it’s smooth and not noisy in the system, unlike other sedan cars Show details
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Ling
LingSAMetropolitan Adelaide, SA3 posts
  XV40

Large Reliable Sedan

Ample space and comfortable seats. Good acceleration. Mechanically very reliable, low maintenance costs and great longevity. Average fuel consumption for 2.4L model. Safety is average for its size. Highly recommended overall.
Marco L.
Marco L.NSWSydney, NSW6 posts
  Fair Incentive Verified XV40

Reliable car with low cost

I have a 2009 camry for five years. Previously used it for UBER driving and now just used for weekend with low meters. In a nutshell, this car has good quality with low cost on repair, although it consumes a lot compared to other new models. Show details
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Frederick Von Savages
Frederick Von SavagesAU22 posts
  XV40

Great car,with limitations

I have a 2009 Camry Grande bought 2nd hand.
Very comfortable as it has adjustable lumbar support,dual zone climate control,leather seats,sunroof,reversing camera etc.
Mainly used on long distance trips,i only have 2 gripes with it.
I'm over 6ft tall,& can only just sit in it without hitting my head on the roof.The legroom is great though.
It's a bit gutless on hills as to be expected with the 2.4 in a heavy car.
I find the handling to be good,it's very stable & a placid car,so an ideal learning vehicle.
If you need more power,get an Aurion.
Overall,im quite happy with the car,you get a lot of goodies in the Grande spec at a good price. Show details
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Kelly
KellySAMurray Mallee, SA38 posts
  XV40

Love it

I was looking for something big enough for travels and cheap enough for small runs. My ateva has been fantastic and so lovely to drive! I wish I had bought a Camry in the past! Love my car so much!! Cheap to run and fill and fuel lasts me a long time!! Beautuful car

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dbrar
dbrarPerth4 posts
  XV40

Perfect Reliable Vehicle

after going from mazda6, i must say camry is reliable, fuel efficient and excellent vehicle to drive. U cant go wrong with toyota, i can drive this car without worrying about repairs.Legroom is enough, good music system, can be better, boot space is enough, seats are comfartable but can be better.

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Sumi K
Sumi KSydney
  XV40

Great point A to B car and superb mileage

I bought 2010 hybrid camry as a used car. I must say i have been impressed by this car. It is a great family car very spacious, reliable and extremely low maintenance cost. Fuel economy is also good i still get around 6.5 litres/100kms mileage. The only negative point is that it's not a drivers car. Steering is vague and wobbly but i guess it's a well known camry trait as it's not famous for being sporty. Other than that great family car with cheap running cost.

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Chaminda De Silva
Chaminda De SilvaQLDSouth East Queensland, QLD4 posts
  Verified XV40

Toyata Camry Best economical family car in the world

I Bought Brand new Toyota Camry touring in 2011. I have done 120000k now. I found this is the best economical family car in the world. Original Michelin Tyres ran 105k KM without any trouble. The Original Battery lasted 6+ years. Changed only last year. Still original breaks pads running good and per 120k service records they are still road worthy for next 15k service. So far I replaced 4 set of new Tyres after 105k ODI, Battery after 6 years , wiper blades rubber inserts after 5 years. All other standard Toyota service. What else you can expect from such a good family car. Go for Toyota Camry. I love this car

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V88V
V88VMelbourne16 posts
  XV40

Good reliable car

It's a very good and nice car.

Looks very fancy and luxurious. Especially in the black colour with the silver handles.

The inside is very wide and comfortable. Steering is steady. Acceleration is really good. The breaks are also very good. Even though it's wide and big, but it's easy to drive around in.

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avidinator
avidinatorGold Coast15 posts
  XV40

Robust and reliable car!

I enjoy driving my Toyota Camry Altise for a while! It is performing reliably and can be handled easily. I really like the exterior design, however the interior design is boring nothing special. I service the car twice a year (nearly every 10K), the main repair is on consumable (mainly tires). It consumes around 10-11 per 100 K in the city and 8-9 on the road (Highway). It has really spacy boot, which becomes handy in Roadtrip.

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Mike
Mikeperth7 posts
  XV40

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Crawford M
Crawford M · Camry XV40 (2007-2011)

Dear Seller,
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barney42
barney42 · Camry XV40 (2007-2011)

Hi.Thinking of buying Camry Grande 2006 ACV40R. Dealer listed. 96K's. Are these cars/models worth buying please? Clive.

MVRama
MVRama · Camry XV40 (2007-2011)

My Camry Grande 2010 engine does not turn off, when I tried to by pressing the start/stop button. Never heard of such a problem. Only ever heard of engine not starting. What to do?

Tease
Tease  

Havent had that problem Id contract the dealer where you got it from

MVRama
MVRama  

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CategorySedansSedansSedansSedans
Starting Price $29,500$31,990$27,790$33,290
TransmissionAutomaticContinuously Variable (CVT)AutomaticAutomatic
Drive TypeFront Wheel Drive (FWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
Fuel TypePetrolHybridPetrolPetrol
Wheels16" Steel17" Alloy17" Alloy19" Alloy
ANCAP Safety Rating4 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars
Fuel Consumption9.9 L/100km4.2 L/100km7.8 L/100km8.3 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 70 L50 L60 L60 L
Engine4 Cylinder 2.4L4 Cylinder 2.5L4 Cylinder 2.5L4 Cylinder 2.5L
Max Power117kW @ 5700rpm131kW @ 5700rpm133kW @ 6000rpm135kW @ 6000rpm
Max Torque218Nm @ 4000rpm221Nm @ 3600-5200rpm231Nm @ 4100rpm235Nm @ 4100rpm
Country of ManufactureJapanJapanJapanJapan
Manufacturer Warranty3 year(s)3 year(s)3 year(s)3 year(s)
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