4 or 6 Cyl Camry?

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Old 07 Aug 2006, 06:51 pm   #1 (permalink)
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I was looking at a new Camry, and I was just wondering if I should buy
the 4, or the 6cyl? Is there a huge difference in gas milage between the
two? Is there a noticible power difference in the 6 cyl versus the 4
cyl? Thanks in advance, for any help on this.




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Old 07 Aug 2006, 07:51 pm   #2 (permalink)
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The 4 Cyl is the best buy.
It's easier to work on.
Gets better mileage.
Not a Sludge Monster.
Has ample power.

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Old 07 Aug 2006, 09:42 pm   #3 (permalink)
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<WGRG4@webtv.net> wrote in message
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>I was looking at a new Camry, and I was just wondering if I should buy
> the 4, or the 6cyl? Is there a huge difference in gas milage between the
> two? Is there a noticible power difference in the 6 cyl versus the 4
> cyl? Thanks in advance, for any help on this.
>


If you have computer, you can find the specs for MPG and horsepower at the
Toyota website. Some other car websites (like those with the obnoxious
commercials) may give 0-60 times for each engine. If Consumer Reports has
reviewed the new Camry, you can get some information from them (available in
most libraries).


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Old 08 Aug 2006, 12:23 am   #4 (permalink)
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get the hybrid

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Old 08 Aug 2006, 01:58 am   #5 (permalink)
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In 98% of the situations you will encounter the 4 cyl will be fine. I have
an older 88 Camry
4 cyl/auto 212K miles It will run 80+ all day long if you so desire

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Old 08 Aug 2006, 02:25 am   #6 (permalink)
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<WGRG4@webtv.net> wrote in message
news:29892-44D7D202-858@storefull-3315.bay.webtv.net...
>I was looking at a new Camry, and I was just wondering if I should buy
> the 4, or the 6cyl? Is there a huge difference in gas milage between the
> two? Is there a noticible power difference in the 6 cyl versus the 4
> cyl? Thanks in advance, for any help on this.
>
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>
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The Camry 6 kicks butt while the Camry 4 is fine....for your grandmother.





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Old 08 Aug 2006, 06:46 am   #7 (permalink)
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get a v6

camry from 1993-2006 are under powered

http://www.golfer-review.com/m_toyot...camry-2000.htm


WGRG4@webtv.net wrote:
> I was looking at a new Camry, and I was just wondering if I should buy
> the 4, or the 6cyl? Is there a huge difference in gas milage between the
> two? Is there a noticible power difference in the 6 cyl versus the 4
> cyl? Thanks in advance, for any help on this.


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Old 08 Aug 2006, 07:12 am   #8 (permalink)
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sharx35 wrote:

> The Camry 6 kicks butt while the Camry 4 is fine....for your grandmother.



The Camry does a lot of things very well, but "kicking butt" is not one
of them.
It is a sedan, not a sports car, no matter what engine Toyota put in there.

Pat
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Old 08 Aug 2006, 10:46 am   #9 (permalink)
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WGRG4@webtv.net wrote:
> I was looking at a new Camry, and I was just wondering if I should buy
> the 4, or the 6cyl? Is there a huge difference in gas milage between the
> two? Is there a noticible power difference in the 6 cyl versus the 4
> cyl? Thanks in advance, for any help on this.


Depending on what's your objective. If you don't care much about
money, definitely everything comes with a V6 will give you a better
feel. However, there is a price to pay, gas is more expensive, gas
mileage is lower, replacement part is more expensive (e.g. H rated
tires), harder to work with yourself (replacing spark plug is a
difficult task).

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Old 09 Aug 2006, 11:29 am   #10 (permalink)
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WGRG4@webtv.net wrote:
> I was looking at a new Camry, and I was just wondering if I should buy
> the 4, or the 6cyl? Is there a huge difference in gas milage between the
> two? Is there a noticible power difference in the 6 cyl versus the 4
> cyl? Thanks in advance, for any help on this.


A '95 6-cyl and a '00 4-cyl are parked in my garage. Both are
reliable. The 6-cyl is by far more expensive to maintain and
operate. A simple oil change illustrates the difference:
The 6-cyl filter inevitable drools oil over itself, while the 4-cyl
not a drop. Then the 6-cyl requires 5 quarts of oil versus
3.6 for the 4-cyl. Similar story for spark plug changes.
Do yourself and the planet a favor. Buy the 4-cyl.

H.K.

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