My son is driving my 98 Camry, which has well over 340,000 on the body/tranny and 270,000 on the engine at this point. Gets about 40+ MPG...runs like a top.
He had a 98 Corolla, which had over 300,000 on it and IF he would have been more careful with it, would still be running.
Daughter is driving my 01, with close to 200,000 on it...I got it at 130,000 and those people had not taken good care of it, so had more to fix on it than did the 98 when I got it with 82,000 on it.
And the 97-01's were the best made cars, much better than later Camrys have been.
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