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    2002 Toyota Camry - XLE V6 (A4)

    Pros: I love the GPS Navigation and heated seats.

    Cons: No multi-disc CD changer.

    Advice: Buy it

    My Wife and I recently bought a 2002 XLE V6 with all the bells and whistles, it's like being a kid in a candy store! The car is exceptionally quiet and very very comfortable! I recently had a 6'+ passenger in the back seat and he commented on the leg room and comfort. Plenty of power too! If I could only pry the steering wheel from her hands long enough so I could drive it!

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    2002 Toyota Highlander - Base FWD

    Pros: The drivers seat its like setting in a airplane cockpit.

    Cons: The Brakes

    Advice: Learn the feel of the Brakes outside of that it is the best vehicle I ever owned

    Drives and rides very smoothly and is great for making tight turns is narrow places. I have the V-6 and it gets great gas mileage for its size (17 mpg) around town. The side airbags are a great item to have on the Highlander makes me feel safer as I drive down the road. I also have the traction control for driving on slick roads. The Highlander is well equipped and a pleasure to drive. The Radio,CD Player & Tape player are perfect sounding and easy to play. It has quick speed when you step on the accelerator for passing. The seats are very comfortable and you can haul a lot of cargo if need be there is plenty of room in it for 5 passengers + cargo. The Highlander is as solid and built as good as any (SUV)$40,000 & up vehicle you can buy, and its reasonably priced in my book.

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    2002 Toyota Corolla - CE (M5)

    Pros: Automatic Lights that come on when its dark and go off by themselves.

    Cons: The cupholder is a little flimsy.

    Advice: If you are looking for an economical family-sized car with nice features this is for you!

    It is good acceleration. Smooth handling, and can park on a dime.

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    2002 Toyota Camry - SE V6 (A4)

    Pros: The car feels 'solid'.

    Cons: The grinding sound with wheels spinning on snowpacked roads.

    Advice: Test drive this car on a rural road covered with snow and black ice.

    On dry pavement our Camry V6SE is great.Since it snowed here two days ago, driving is rated 'poor' because even with 'traction control',we can't get this car up the driveway. Perhaps I need to sand the driveway and put on snow tires. I didn't bargain on this kind of problem. I have another car, an '87 Dodge Colt. It got up the driveway with no problem. What gives?? Disappointed in Millbury,Mass.

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    2002 Toyota Camry - LE (M5)

    Pros: Quality

    Cons: What's not to like?

    Advice: Drive others first; then you will love this even more

    Quiet (not only is the engine quiet but there is a lack of wind or road noise), very comfortable driver seat, roomy interior and trunk , excellent ride, excellent sound system, great ergonomics, great gas mileage. I am talking about the 4 cylinder LE model which I bought. 157 horsepower gives adequate acceleration unless you are the race driver type. They also offer a 6 cylinder if you are so inclined.

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    2002 Toyota Tundra - LTD V8 (A4) 4x2 Access Cab

    Pros: value retention

    Cons: fuel economy

    Advice: toyota has never had a recall

    The Tundra had more pep than Ford or Chevy(this with Toyota having less horsepower).Tundra SR5 Access Cab 4x4 had better handling than comparable Chevys or Fords.The Tundra cost less than equally equiped Chevys and Fords.

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    2002 Toyota Celica - GT (M5)

    Pros: Handling

    Cons: Power

    Advice: If you want something sporty that handles the road nice; then the Toyota Celica is for you! All your friends will envy you!

    I own a 2001 Celica and it is my first car! I love the handling and sporty looks of the car! It holds the road very nicely and the braking and acceleration are very precise. I know that in the future when I am looking to buying a newer car, I will definitly consider buying another Toyota Celica!