93 toyota Camry

93 Toyota Camry: Last year, we placed the V-6-powered Toyota Camry sedans on our Ten Best Cars checklist, and this year we include in those the Camrys with four-cylinders. Why? Due to the fact that the four-cylinder versions are equally as well carried out as, if slower compared to, the big-engined Camrys. The outcome is a line of cars and trucks that covers a broad price range with products that do not in any way disappoint or fall short of quality.

93 Toyota Camry

The V-6, at 185 hp, is noticeably more effective compared to the 130-hp four, yet not that noticeable. If anything, the four-cylinder Camrys stand for a better buy.

Whichever version is under discussion, no one will certainly fault the exterior styling, the ride, and also a lot of facets of the handling. Neither will certainly any person find fault with the tasteful and well- designed inside. About the only significant problem with these Kentucky-built cars and trucks is climbing prices because of the modification in the dollar-yen partnership. However even that seems to have generated few complainers. The Toyota Camry line is a mainstay of the automobile record-breaker listing.

This makes the four-cylinder Camrys offered below from 1993 to 1997 the very best buys. The current models are a years old yet this is where Toyota's credibility for going the distance matters.

The 1993 line-up began with the Exec, a fleet preferred as well as popular with exclusive buyers who desired a low-cost Camry.


VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, front-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door sedan

BASE PRICE: $15,483-20,263

ENGINE TYPE(S): DOHC 16-valve 2.2-liter 4-in-line, DOHC 24-valve 3.0-liter V-6
Power (SAE net): 130-185 bhp

TRANSMISSION(S): 5-speed, 4-speed auto


Wheelbase: 103.1 in Length: 187.8 in
Curb weight: 2950-3300 lbs

EPA city driving: 18-22 mpg