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A 1991 Toyota Camry is the last year with a four-speed automatic transmission. It was replaced by the third generation, which featured more aerodynamic lines, better insulation, and a smoother ride. Its engine choices were the same as before, including a 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine and optional 3.0-liter V6. The Camry was also the first Toyota to go from a carbureted fuel system to a multi-point fuel injection system.
The 1992 Toyota Camry was a midsize sedan that was available in four trim levels. The base model was the Deluxe, followed by the LE, SE, and XLE. The base Camry XLE was the top model, offering 135 horsepower and a five-speed manual transmission. A 5-speed manual transmission was available for the XLE trim level. The standard automatic and manual models had different transmissions, which made them the ideal midsize imports.
The 1992 Toyota Camry was a midsize car that was updated in terms of performance and safety. There were four trim levels, with the XLE being the top of the line. It was available in four-door and five-door models and was offered with base, XLE, LE, and SE trim levels. It was rated at 18 miles per gallon in the city and 24 miles per gallon on the highway. It had less than 300 miles on it, so it was in good condition.
The seventh generation of the Toyota Camry was the last generation to feature a manual transmission. Most models were equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission. The trim levels were unchanged from the previous generation, with the XLE and SE models having the option of an optional 3.5-liter V6 with two68 horsepower. With the new XLE trim level, the Toyota Camry was even more popular than ever.
The fourth generation of the Toyota Camry was the last year that the Camry had a manual transmission. Instead, it had an automatic transmission. It was available in four trim levels: base, LE, and XLE. The XLE was the top model and had a 1.8-liter engine. It had a 166-horsepower V6 engine in the XLE and SE trim levels.
The fifth generation of the Camry is the only year that the A140L had an automatic transmission. It was the first Camry to get a standard driver-side airbag and standard automatic brakes. The new Camry was the first to get a power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering system. Its turning radius was 36.7 feet. However, the transmission was still very reliable.