I had a 1984 Camery. I think this was the second year for camery. On one trip from Dodge to Kansas City back to Marion, ks, I stopped for gas. The odometer read exactly 480miles. I filled up with exactly 12.0 gal. Doesn't takea math major to figure that mileage.
But not a lot of power. Several times I had it in the Rockies in Colorado where on some stretches I would have to gear down to first gear. Cripes, I had bicyclists passing me.
All in all I would have wanted more power.
Now they have quite a bit. My brother has a 2012 model, I think. Loves it. Well, his wife loves it. He drives a big Ford quad cab 350 pickup with dual wheels.
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
Bought a 1970 Datsun (remember those before the name change to Nissan) 1200 series...new from the dealer...it got a whopping 50mpg and would run at 8O mph all day long with out a hitch of course it took all day to get up to 80 mph, gas was under 50 cents a gallon back then, so most people were not worried about economy ...until the gas crunch on the east coast in 1973...I was glad I had my little green Datusn. Later I bought another Datsun 1200 used and ran that one til it fell apart too. seems the bodys were prone to rust
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