2003 Toyota Camry LE 0-60 Times, Top Speed, Specs, Quarter Mile, and Wallpapers - MyCarSpecs United States (2022)

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2003 Toyota Camry LE Consumer Reviews

The 2003 Toyota Camry LE is a Front-wheel drive Sedan. It can accommodate up to 5 passengers. It has 4 Doors and is powered by a 2.4L L4 DOHC 16 Valves VVT-i engine which outputs 157 hp @ 5600 rpm and is paired with 4 speed automatic gearbox. The 2003 Toyota Camry LE has cargo capacity of 473 Liters and the vehicle weighs 1455 kg. In terms of ride assists, the 2003 Toyota Camry LE has stability control and traction control in addition to anti-lock brake system (ABS). The vehicle has an optional engine as well It offers and. Safety features also include None and None. The front suspension is while the rear suspension is. The car also features a It has as standard. Electronic features include Cruise Control. For convenience, the car has Power windows and Power door locks. There is also a remote keyless entry feature. Moreover, the car has. The steering wheel has audio control buttons. In terms of performance, the car has 171 N.m of torque and a top speed of 198 km/h. The 2003 Toyota Camry LE accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 9.4 seconds and hits quarter mile at 16.9 seconds. Fuel consumption is 10.1 L/100km in the city and 6.9 L/100km in the highway. The car price starts at $ 24,800

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Name LE
Price $ 24,800
Body Sedan
Doors 4 Doors
Engine 2.4L L4 DOHC 16 Valves VVT-i
Power 157 hp @ 5600 rpm
Number of Seats 5 Seats
Transmission 4 speed automatic
Cargo Space 473.0 L
Maximum Cargo Space 473.0 L
Wheel Type
Series Camry Solara II Convertible
Drivetrain Front-wheel drive
Horsepower 157 HP
Torque 171 N.m
Top Speed 198 km/h
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-60 mph) 9.4 s
Fuel Type Petrol (Gasoline)
Fuel Consumption (City) 10.1 L/100km
Fuel Consumption (Highway) 6.9 L/100km
Gear Type manual
Weight 1,425 KG
Brand Toyota
Model Camry
0-400m (Quarter Mile) 16.9 s
0-400m (Quarter Mile) - Speed 136.2 km/h
0-800m (Half Mile) 28.0 s
0-800m (Half Mile) - Speed 153.3 km/h
Modifications (MODS)
Modifications Cost $ 0

2003 Toyota Camry XLE 2.4 0-60 Test

Toyota HD 60 FPS: 2003 Camry XLE 2.4L 2AZ-FE 0 to 60 MPH Acceleration (5/10/16)

2003 Toyota Camry Top Speed

2003 Toyota Camry Used Price Estimates

Estimates based on a driving average of 12,000 miles per year

Used Condition Trade In Price Private Party Price Dealer Retail Price
Outstanding $ 2,444 $ 3,823 $ 4,579
Clean $ 2,161 $ 3,388 $ 4,057
Average $ 1,596 $ 2,518 $ 3,015
Rough $ 1,031 $ 1,649 $ 1,973

The 2003 Toyota Camry is nearly everything a family sedan for America should be.

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2003 Toyota Camry LE Exterior Colors

Alpine White

Aspen Green Pearl

Black

Frosted Mink Pearl

Phantom Grey Pearl

Salsa Red Pearl

Stratosphere Mica

Titanium Metallic

2003 Toyota Camry LE Interior Colors

Oak Interior

Stone Grey Interior

Grey Interior

2003 Toyota Camry Engines

Engine Standard in Trim Power Torque Fuel Consumption - City Fuel Consumption - Highway 0-100 km/h Quarter Mile Half Mile
3.3L V6 DOHC 24 valves SE V6 225 hp @ 5600 rpm 171 N.m 11.4 L/100km 7.5 L/100km 7.2 s 15.0 s 24.9 s
3.3L V6 DOHC 24 valves SE V6 225 hp @ 5600 rpm 171 N.m 11.6 L/100km 7.5 L/100km 7.2 s 15.0 s 24.8 s
3.3L V6 DOHC 24 valves SLE V6 225 hp @ 5600 rpm 171 N.m 11.7 L/100km 7.4 L/100km 7.2 s 15.0 s 24.8 s
3.3L V6 DOHC 24 valves SLE V6 225 hp @ 5600 rpm 171 N.m 11.5 L/100km 7.5 L/100km 8.0 s 15.6 s 26.0 s
3.0L V6 DOHC 24 valves VVT-i XLE 192 hp @ 5300 rpm 171 N.m 11.6 L/100km 7.7 L/100km 8.1 s 15.8 s 26.2 s
3.0L V6 DOHC 24 valves XLE V6 192 hp @ 5300 rpm 171 N.m 11.6 L/100km 7.7 L/100km 8.1 s 15.8 s 26.2 s
3.0L V6 24V DOHC CE V6 194 hp @ 5200 rpm 171 N.m 11.2 L/100km 7.4 L/100km 8.0 s 15.7 s 26.0 s
3.0L V6 24V DOHC XLE 194 hp @ 5200 rpm 171 N.m 11.9 L/100km 7.9 L/100km 8.0 s 15.7 s 26.0 s
3.0L V6 DOHC 24 Valves SE V6 200 hp @ 5200 rpm 171 N.m 12.5 L/100km 8.2 L/100km 7.9 s 15.6 s 25.9 s
3.0L V6 DOHC 24 Valves SLE V6 200 hp @ 5200 rpm 171 N.m 12.5 L/100km 8.2 L/100km 8.5 s 16.1 s 26.7 s

2003 Toyota Camry Trims

LE 2003 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 24,800.0 Horsepower: 157hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 10.1 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 6.9 L/100km Weight: 1425 kg
SE 2003 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 24,955.0 Horsepower: 157hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 10.1 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 6.9 L/100km Weight: 1425 kg
XLE 2003 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 30,485.0 Horsepower: 157hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 10.1 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 6.9 L/100km Weight: 1425 kg

2003 Toyota Camry Previous Generations

XLE V6 1999 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 31,425.0 Horsepower: 200hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 12.6 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 8.3 L/100km Weight: 1405 kg
XLE V6 1998 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 30,818.0 Horsepower: 200hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 12.3 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 8.1 L/100km Weight: 1405 kg
LE V6 1996 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 30,158.0 Horsepower: 190hp Top Speed: 220.0 0 - 60mph: 8.6 Fuel - City: 11.8 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 7.6 L/100km Weight: 1405 kg
LE V6 1992 Front wheel drive Doors Seats $ 22,408.0 Horsepower: 136hp Top Speed: 195.0 0 - 60mph: 11.2 Fuel - City: L/100km Fuel - Highway: L/100km Weight: 1445 kg
4WD LE 1990 Front wheel drive Doors Seats $ 22,958.0 Horsepower: 90hp Top Speed: 170.0 0 - 60mph: 11.4 Fuel - City: L/100km Fuel - Highway: L/100km Weight: 1124 kg

2003 Toyota Camry Future Generations

XLE 2017 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 36,670.0 Horsepower: 203hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 5.7 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 6.0 L/100km Weight: 1455 kg
XLE 2014 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 29,615.0 Horsepower: 156hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 4.7 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 5.1 L/100km Weight: 1581 kg
XLE V6 2011 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 36,410.0 Horsepower: 275hp Top Speed: 210.0 0 - 60mph: 6.7 Fuel - City: 10.6 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 6.8 L/100km Weight: 1505 kg
Base 2009 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 30,660.0 Horsepower: 147hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 5.7 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 5.7 L/100km Weight: 1662 kg
Base 2008 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 32,000.0 Horsepower: hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 5.7 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 5.7 L/100km Weight: 1540 kg
SE 2006 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 25,550.0 Horsepower: 167hp Top Speed: 205.0 0 - 60mph: 8.8 Fuel - City: 10.0 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 6.4 L/100km Weight: 1540 kg
SE V6 2006 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 32,800.0 Horsepower: 210hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 11.4 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 7.5 L/100km Weight: 1540 kg
XLE V6 2006 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 33,345.0 Horsepower: 190hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 11.5 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 7.5 L/100km Weight: 1540 kg
XLE V6 2005 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 33,345.0 Horsepower: 210hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 11.5 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 7.5 L/100km Weight: 1435 kg
XLE V6 2004 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 32,615.0 Horsepower: 210hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 11.5 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 7.4 L/100km Weight: 1425 kg
SE V6 2004 Front-wheel drive Doors Seats $ 34,980.0 Horsepower: 225hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: 11.6 L/100km Fuel - Highway: 7.5 L/100km Weight: 1425 kg
2022 Toyota Camry XSE 2022 Front wheel drive Doors Seats $ 30,595.0 Horsepower: 206hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: L/100km Fuel - Highway: L/100km Weight: 1557 kg
XSE V6 2022 Doors Seats $ 35,720.0 Horsepower: hp Top Speed: 0 - 60mph: Fuel - City: L/100km Fuel - Highway: L/100km Weight: kg

Toyota Camry Overview and History

Launched in September 2001, the new Camry was larger than the previous versions and was only available as a sedan without a station wagon edition.

Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki-gaisha or Toyota for short is actually the largest car maker in the entire world, bigger than Ford, GM and anyone else. Their history, like many other car producers, starts with some other product, in this case automatic looms. At some point, in 1933, Kiichiro Toyoda, son to Toyota's founder, decided he wanted to build cars and so he took a trip to Europe to get an idea about gas-powered engines.
The government encouraged such a bold decision mostly because making their own cars would be cheaper and they also needed vehicles for the war with China. Just a year after its foundation in 1933, the Toyota Motor Company created its first engine, the Type A, placed in the Model A1 passenger car and the G1 truck.

During WWII, Toyota was committed to making trucks for the army and only the premature ending of the conflict saved the company's factories in Aichi from a scheduled Allied bomb raid. After the war, Toyota resumed car making but found more success in building trucks and buses than with cars. Still, it didn't give up on cars for good and in 1947 it came up with the Model SA, also known as the Toyopet, a name which later was applied to other models as well.

A little more successful was the Model SF which also had a taxi version but the same 27 horsepower engine as its predecessor. A more powerful model, the RH, which had 48 HP came out shortly after. Production went up rather fast and by 1955, Toyota was turning out 8400 cars a year. That year, Toyota diversified their production, adding the Jeep-like Land Cruiser and the luxury sedan, the Crown.

With numbers growing and with several models under their belt, Toyota now had its eyes set on the international market. The first dealership outside Japan was in America in 1957 an the first plant in Brazil in 1959. An interesting strategy from Toyota ensured that all models were somehow unique to the region where they were produced (they were adapted to the respective market).

The big break for Toyota on the American market came with the 70s when rising gas prices forced local producers to make smaller cars. These were thought of as entry-level and as a consequence lacked in quality of finishings. In contrast, Toyota already had several fuel-efficient models that were also of better quality. The Corolla is the best example in this sense, soon becoming America's favorite compact car.

But as far as the luxury market went, Toyota still had trouble with selling the Crown and the Cressida. At the dawn of the 80s, the entire luxury market in America was entering a downwards slope, with all the other manufacturers finding it difficult to keep up sales, and that's when Toyota came up with Lexus, a new company that would make luxury cars.

By the beginning of the 90s, Toyota vehicles became synonymous with reliability and low-cost maintenance which made them very popular all over the world. A bid for winning over the younger audience was made with the launch of models like the MR2 and the Celica.

Presently, Toyota is at the forefront of the environmental battle, with its successful hybrid model, the Toyota Prius and now announcing a plug-in electric car that will be called Toyota Plug-in HV, which will run on standard electricity powered by a lithium-ion battery pack.

2003 Toyota Camry Consumer Reviews

frarchedalfred, 03/19/2016

SE 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 4A)

Couldn't ask for more, especially at 215k miles

I bought this Camry in December of 2014 with 193k miles on it for only $ 3,000 and 22k miles later all she had needed have been new tires, wiper blades and regular oil changes. This car was a well taken care of 1 owner car before me so I was lucky. She cranks without hesitation every day even in sub- zero winter temps in Michigan and has yet to leave me stranded. The acceleration is still there, handling solid and noises I'm sure are comparable to the day it was driven off the lot. The SE model doesn't look as dated as most 13 year old cars and the body has aged well with one minor rust spot the size of a nickle I fixed myself. The funny thing is every time I see another car I consider buying I drive it and read the reviews to find myself loving my Camry more. So here's to another year together, I would recommend this car to anyone and let my daughter drive it if she wasn't 3. Proud to be a Toyota family as we own a 2011 Sienna as well.

leaderscab, 08/02/2015

SE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 5A)

310K and still going!!!!

My car is on its last limb!! But...As long as you have the required maintenance performed on this car it will definitely give you your money's worth!! My only dislike is the interior door handles. The material peeled off!! But other than that I love this car!!

raddedollhouse, 01/03/2016

SE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)

My car, totaled, but I walked away

First, the Camry is very comfortable and very reliable. Other than the regular maintenance, I have never had to have anything fixed. I was just in a major car accident, the Camry saved my life! A minivan pulled out in front of me, I didn't even have time to go for the brakes. BAHM! 60 mph! The car did exactly what it was built to do, all of the airbags deployed, The engine compartment collapsed and the engine dropped down. The passenger compartment was undamaged. I walked away with only a small cut on my finger and some heavy bruises from the seatbelt! The Camry is totaled, but I'm okay!

mercifultuesday, 02/08/2012

Extremely disappointed - engine problems

We purchased a used 2003 toyota camry 16 months ago and have repeat problems with the engine/head bolts stripping out of the engine block.This is a know issue related to NHTSA Item Number : 10037592, Summary :TOYOTA: THERE MAY BE DAMAGED CYLINDER HEAD BOLTS THREADS. *RM, and specifically with engine 2AZ-FE. Dialership and Toyota executive level have not done anything to help.I will not buy another toyota.

wranglehyndburn, 10/13/2019

2003 Toyota Camry

"Excellent car quiet refiened V6 engine."

Bought the car in October of 2002. Still running like new after 17 years and almost 80,000 miles later. Would highly recommend as a used car.

foderntider, 09/12/2019

2006 Toyota Camry

"Worst Toyota ever owned."

My Toyota Camry 3.0 litre - V6 LE suffered a blown transmission at around 160 000 miles. It is now dragging on its way to Boothill. Never had a Toyota with terminal failure before 250 000 miles. And I had owned 3.

hardwoodgeodesic, 08/17/2019

2006 Toyota Camry

"A great car and can't beat Toyota reliability"

I'm a big fan of Toyota products, ive owned 3 Tacomas and 3 Camry, 3 of which are in my driveway today. Toyotas hold their value and the reliability is unmatched.This particular car we've owned from 35k to today at 115k. I put struts in the front at 80k because of a broken spring during a -10 degree day, and I had a timing belt and water pump put in at 90k just because it was time. Beyond that, I replaced the alternator, brakes, and tires, that's it! It's smooth riding, comfortable, reliable, and the V6 gets 22mpg which is respectable. Not as good as my hybrid Camry, but another Camry XLE hybrid will be replacing this car at some point.This was the first Toyota that I bought out of the 6 and my wife still drives it every day. I'm the son of a GM worker who can get an employee discount on GM cars, and I choose Toyotas!

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