Camrys are great cars. However this one is 17 years old and priced about $1000 too high.
I recently financed a 2015 Lexus IS250 with less than 45,000 miles on it. I thought maybe the car was supposed $25,000 because it's a Lexus. I was financed for $29,000. I doubt my car is worth more than $20,000. What do I do in this situation?
Driving around in 2 wheel drive is fine, but when I switch it into four wheel drive, then I can’t take any turns at slow speeds without hearing clunking under the car, having major resistance like the car is fighting me on turning. If I switch it back into two wheel drive after this, it still does the same thing...
I tested it bit it wont go faster. How do i make it faster?
Sure you'll be able to keep up. I drove a Prius, an older model, that had 110 HP. And I drove it to and from work on the treacherous California freeways. Worked just fine.
Remember it doesn't take much HP to go fast. But it takes a lot of HP to accelerate rapidly to that fast speed. My point, at 106...
I test drove it yesterday and I noticed that when driving in town I would get up to 30 mph then let off the gas and it would slowly continue to accelerate even though my foot wasn t even on the gas. What could be the problem?
I’m 23 and I’ve been looking at cars and lately I’ve been really set on a 2016 bmw 328i. I know maintenance will be pricy on it but I just wanna know is the car really worth the high dollar maintenance etc on it?
Generally the size of the car indicates the minimum size of motor it will need. The 1.5 will be in an economy car, a 2.5 a good daily driver, the 3.5 would be a larger car. If you expect better than average acceleration then you need to increase motor size.
Bottom line is a specific weight of car needs a certain...
Toyota is bad about this. Every time I needed some $2 part they "NHAed" me. "Next Higher Assembly" Most $2 Toyota parts will cost you $100. Good luck. If you have a salvage yard in your area, try them!