2007 Camry Station Wagon

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Old 24 Mar 2006, 09:10 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2007 Camry Station Wagon

Is there going to be one?

I'm still kicking myself for not buying the Wagon when I bought my Camry
4-door sedan back in 1993.

Hoping the 2007 model year will bring a wagon back....I'm going to get one
this time.

Thanks for reading, Chuck


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Old 25 Mar 2006, 03:20 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2007 Camry Station Wagon

Mazda6 is probably your only choice in an import. Mazda5 is a really neat
microvan.


"c" <cwwwk@aol.com> wrote in message news:nv2Vf.142$5k1.27@fed1read06...
> Is there going to be one?
>
> I'm still kicking myself for not buying the Wagon when I bought my Camry
> 4-door sedan back in 1993.
>
> Hoping the 2007 model year will bring a wagon back....I'm going to get one
> this time.
>
> Thanks for reading, Chuck
>



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Old 25 Mar 2006, 03:38 pm   #3 (permalink)
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The Honda Accord and BMW station wagons are nice too. Donth hold your breat
on Yota - other than the Prius they aren't very with the latest trends or
heaven forbid they lead. Case in point - crappy, over priced radios and NAV
units! Dropping the 5 spd manual on 4wd vehicles like RAV4 and 4Runner.
Unimaginative bland interiors with little storage. Unimpressive gas
mileage.

"c" <cwwwk@aol.com> wrote in message news:nv2Vf.142$5k1.27@fed1read06...
> Is there going to be one?
>
> I'm still kicking myself for not buying the Wagon when I bought my Camry
> 4-door sedan back in 1993.
>
> Hoping the 2007 model year will bring a wagon back....I'm going to get one
> this time.
>
> Thanks for reading, Chuck
>



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Old 25 Mar 2006, 06:32 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Wolfgang wrote:
> The Honda Accord and BMW station wagons are nice too. Donth hold
> your breat on Yota - other than the Prius they aren't very with the
> latest trends or heaven forbid they lead. Case in point - crappy,
> over priced radios and NAV units! Dropping the 5 spd manual on 4wd
> vehicles like RAV4 and 4Runner. Unimaginative bland interiors with
> little storage. Unimpressive gas mileage.


What are you doing in this newsgroup if you hate them so much?



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> "c" <cwwwk@aol.com> wrote in message
> news:nv2Vf.142$5k1.27@fed1read06...
>> Is there going to be one?
>>
>> I'm still kicking myself for not buying the Wagon when I bought my
>> Camry 4-door sedan back in 1993.
>>
>> Hoping the 2007 model year will bring a wagon back....I'm going to
>> get one this time.
>>
>> Thanks for reading, Chuck



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Old 25 Mar 2006, 08:45 pm   #5 (permalink)
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"Hate them" ? Hardly, have '90 4 Rnr 22RE w/5spd, '03 4Rnr SE 4L, '03 Camry
SE 4, and '85 Xtracab PU 22RE SR5. All nice dependable reasonably priced
vehicles -- but no real heart and soul! (Also had '78 Celica, '83
Celica.'82 20R PU, 95 Geo Prizm, and '93 Camry LE 4). Have had VW, Opel,
Audi, MG, AH and Porsche (and few Pontiac Tempest 62, 63 and 66!). Favorite
now is '57 Porsche Speedster replica (home built '70 VW bug based with
Porsche 914 engine) - based on joy to drive, feel/sound, grins per mile but
not on cold, rainy days or long trips. Yota with heart would be MR2, Supra
and the 2000GT - all unfortunately short lived.

"Sharx35" <sharx35@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Wolfgang wrote:
>> The Honda Accord and BMW station wagons are nice too. Donth hold
>> your breat on Yota - other than the Prius they aren't very with the
>> latest trends or heaven forbid they lead. Case in point - crappy,
>> over priced radios and NAV units! Dropping the 5 spd manual on 4wd
>> vehicles like RAV4 and 4Runner. Unimaginative bland interiors with
>> little storage. Unimpressive gas mileage.

>
> What are you doing in this newsgroup if you hate them so much?
>
>
>
>>
>> "c" <cwwwk@aol.com> wrote in message
>> news:nv2Vf.142$5k1.27@fed1read06...
>>> Is there going to be one?
>>>
>>> I'm still kicking myself for not buying the Wagon when I bought my
>>> Camry 4-door sedan back in 1993.
>>>
>>> Hoping the 2007 model year will bring a wagon back....I'm going to
>>> get one this time.
>>>
>>> Thanks for reading, Chuck

>
>



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Old 25 Mar 2006, 10:21 pm   #6 (permalink)
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Wolfgang wrote:
> "Hate them" ? Hardly, have '90 4 Rnr 22RE w/5spd, '03 4Rnr SE 4L, '03
> Camry SE 4, and '85 Xtracab PU 22RE SR5. All nice dependable
> reasonably priced vehicles -- but no real heart and soul! (Also had
> '78 Celica, '83 Celica.'82 20R PU, 95 Geo Prizm, and '93 Camry LE 4).
> Have had VW, Opel, Audi, MG, AH and Porsche (and few Pontiac Tempest
> 62, 63 and 66!). Favorite now is '57 Porsche Speedster replica (home
> built '70 VW bug based with Porsche 914 engine) - based on joy to
> drive, feel/sound, grins per mile but not on cold, rainy days or long
> trips. Yota with heart would be MR2, Supra and the 2000GT - all
> unfortunately short lived.


Hmm.. quite the list of auto experiences!! However, of all the vehicles I've
had, since I started driving 43 years ago, my current vehicle. a 99 Camry CE
V6 is by far the best. VERY dependable. Reasonable on fuel, given the V6 and
my heavy foot, and rides like a dream. Quietest interior I've ever
experienced.

I've had vehicles that were more powerful but rusted out all too soon.
Ditto, for vehicles that were more economical. All in all, it was the BEST
choice I've ever made..in cars. I full intend to eventually replace it with
ANOTHER Camry V6, maybe in a more luxurious model.


>
> "Sharx35" <sharx35@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:kilVf.5651$K11.3919@clgrps12...
>> Wolfgang wrote:
>>> The Honda Accord and BMW station wagons are nice too. Donth hold
>>> your breat on Yota - other than the Prius they aren't very with the
>>> latest trends or heaven forbid they lead. Case in point - crappy,
>>> over priced radios and NAV units! Dropping the 5 spd manual on 4wd
>>> vehicles like RAV4 and 4Runner. Unimaginative bland interiors with
>>> little storage. Unimpressive gas mileage.

>>
>> What are you doing in this newsgroup if you hate them so much?
>>
>>
>>
>>>
>>> "c" <cwwwk@aol.com> wrote in message
>>> news:nv2Vf.142$5k1.27@fed1read06...
>>>> Is there going to be one?
>>>>
>>>> I'm still kicking myself for not buying the Wagon when I bought my
>>>> Camry 4-door sedan back in 1993.
>>>>
>>>> Hoping the 2007 model year will bring a wagon back....I'm going to
>>>> get one this time.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks for reading, Chuck



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Old 27 Mar 2006, 07:06 am   #7 (permalink)
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"Sharx35" <sharx35@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Wolfgang wrote:
> > "Hate them" ? Hardly, have '90 4 Rnr 22RE w/5spd, '03 4Rnr SE 4L, '03
> > Camry SE 4, and '85 Xtracab PU 22RE SR5. All nice dependable
> > reasonably priced vehicles -- but no real heart and soul! (Also had
> > '78 Celica, '83 Celica.'82 20R PU, 95 Geo Prizm, and '93 Camry LE 4).
> > Have had VW, Opel, Audi, MG, AH and Porsche (and few Pontiac Tempest
> > 62, 63 and 66!). Favorite now is '57 Porsche Speedster replica (home
> > built '70 VW bug based with Porsche 914 engine) - based on joy to
> > drive, feel/sound, grins per mile but not on cold, rainy days or long
> > trips. Yota with heart would be MR2, Supra and the 2000GT - all
> > unfortunately short lived.

>
> Hmm.. quite the list of auto experiences!! However, of all the vehicles

I've
> had, since I started driving 43 years ago, my current vehicle. a 99 Camry

CE
> V6 is by far the best. VERY dependable. Reasonable on fuel, given the V6

and
> my heavy foot, and rides like a dream. Quietest interior I've ever
> experienced.
>
> I've had vehicles that were more powerful but rusted out all too soon.
> Ditto, for vehicles that were more economical. All in all, it was the BEST
> choice I've ever made..in cars. I full intend to eventually replace it

with
> ANOTHER Camry V6, maybe in a more luxurious model.


I think the Camry gets critisism like 'bland', boring etc because it does
what its supposed to do with little drama, and a lot of older drivers buy
them. Thing is, even the 4 cyl if allowed to operate above 3300 rpm will
impress you with its response.

The manual '96 I have actually loses grip if accelerating thru to 5000 if
the road has ripples in its surface. An 18 sec ETs not bad for a 2.2litre
'family' sedan' which seats 5 easily.

Jason


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Old 09 Apr 2006, 11:41 am   #8 (permalink)
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The Subaru Legacy L wagon is reliable and handles better than the Camry.
They are easy to find too, since about 2/3 of the models Subaru sells
are wagons.

c wrote:
> Is there going to be one?
>
> I'm still kicking myself for not buying the Wagon when I bought my Camry
> 4-door sedan back in 1993.
>
> Hoping the 2007 model year will bring a wagon back....I'm going to get one
> this time.
>
> Thanks for reading, Chuck
>
>

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