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Hi all, just joined here tonight. I don't know a great deal about Toyota's except the reputation. My daughter is looking at a 2002 Camry Altise auto. Just over 110k's with full service history. Very clean looking in the pics. We're going to have a look tomorrow and I'm wondering if there is anything in particular I should be paying attention to. Are there any faults common to this model. I know Toyota's are usually a pretty safe bet but it is still 18 years old. Asking $6700 with 6 months rego.
Thanks in advance for any help
Cheers Marneth

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Low mileage vehicle but way overpriced. Good price for the seller but not for you as a buyer.

I use Redbook for its pricing guide.

https://www.redbook.com.au/cars/details/2002-toyota-camry-altise-auto/SPOT-ITM-280561/

http://australiancar.reviews/reviews.php#!content=recalls&make=Toyota&model=Camry&gen=886

I would be looking for previous repaired accident damage plus any obvious drive train noises. When you find a worthwhile vehicle, definitely get a vehicle history report and a mechanical inspection before buying.

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On 12/2/2020 at 6:01 AM, campbeam said:

Low mileage vehicle but way overpriced.

It's that ridiculous "covid" tax idiots are using to justify overinflating the prices of cars. I wouldn't pay $6.5K for it, even if it had less kays. It's an 18 year old car.

Tell him he's dreamin'..

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