Is a 1998 Toyota Camry reliable?

Is a 1998 Toyota Camry reliable?

The 1998 Toyota Camry Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5. It ranks 8th out of 32 for all car brands.

What’s the most common issues with a Toyota Camry?

A list of some of the most common issues Camry owners have to deal with.

  • Bluetooth Echos During Calls.
  • Oil Sludge in Toyota Engines.
  • Musty and Moldy A/C.
  • Unintended Acceleration.
  • Rodents Chew Soy-Coated Wires.
  • Toyota Excessive Oil Consumption.
  • Melting Dashboards.

How long can a 1998 Toyota Camry last?

The average car lasts 8 years. This has no bearing on the Toyota Camry. With regular maintenance, Toyota Camrys can last more than 200,000 miles on the road. According to Consumer Reports, the Camry is the top-ranking sedan to drive if you need a high mileage vehicle.

Why is my 1998 Toyota Camry not starting?

Not the car actually starting, but the key not turning the ignition even when the wheel is straight, foot is on the break, doors are locked, and seatbelt is on. It has been taking about 4 mins. worth of attempting to start the car (even to run on the battery) before the key will budge.

Are there any issues with the Toyota Camry?

The most recent, and most inconvenient issue that has arisen concerns starting the car. Not the car actually starting, but the key not turning the ignition even when the wheel is straight, foot is on the break, doors are locked, and seatbelt is on.

How many miles does a 1998 Toyota Camry have?

Now it’s just under 487k and going strong. It has been the epitome of reliable. It’s had some replacement items (front struts, some axle work and transmission at 370k), but that is to be expected for a car that has been driven the distance of earth to the moon and back (477,800) and then some!

Why does my Toyota Camry make a rattling noise?

Have the camber bar bushes checked, they can cause a rattling noise if worn. Your experience of increased performance and increased fuel consumption on E10 is in line with what we’ve been told would happen, but the failure of a rubber component in the fuel tank is cause for concern.