If we're honest, our memories of the Toyota Camry Solara aren't exactly fond. And as much as we'd like to look back on Toyota's Red Hat Society coupe and convertible through a pair of rose-tinted glasses, we'll be content with our currently Solara-less lives.
- Chris Shunk
- Jun 11, 2009
If you are in the market for a two-door Toyota convertible, you may want to rush to your local dealer and pick up one of the few Camry Solara models left on the lot. After reviewing demand for the Solara (the marque's lone convertible offering), Toyota has reportedly decided that reviving the somewhat homely two-door isn't worth doing. Last August, Toyota made a last-ditch effort to save the Solara convertible from extinction, but it was apparently a short-lived stay of execution. The droptop wa
- Damon Lavrinc
- Jan 19, 2007
The market for midsize coupes has always been a volatile segment. In a culture obsessing with The New, the hairdressers of the world are likely to trade up their two-door barges for something of the SUV or crossover variety.
- Scott Davis
- Oct 30, 2006
First the Tundra, then a Camry in NASCAR, now they are building trucks in Texas?! The line between domestic and import cars will become even fuzzier as Toyota continues its assault on becoming the number one auto manufacturer in North America and the world.
- John Neff
- Jun 3, 2006
Here are the first official pics of the slightly redesigned 2007 Camry Solara convertible. The shots show the car's new front end that features halogen headlights as well as those LED taillights out back. Not much new is going inside the Solara except for new interior trim levels and the addition of Bluetooth and auxiliary inputs for your MP3 player. The Solara's refresh is a bit disappointing in the face of the Camry sedan's total redesign this year, so we're hoping a new model is already in th
- Erin Mays
- May 31, 2006
Toyota's sporty coupe and drop-top variants of its popular Camry sedan has been priced out for 2007, and Toyota's bragging about the best mid-cycle refresh to date for the vehicles.
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