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Toyota Solara

Part of the Camry line, the Solara is a Toyota mid-sized, two-door coupe built between 1998 and 2008. The Solara was available as a hard-top two door coupe and a convertible. The idea was to offer the public a sportier version of the staid, reliable Camry sedan. It was only partially successful on that score; while the vehicle was generally reliable and safe, the performance and handling was not exactly "sporty." Despite this - as well as the exterior design, which was pleasing to the eye, but still nothing to write home about - the Solara racked up respectable sales during its ten year production run.

Power was provided by a 2.2 liter, 135 horsepower four-cylinder FE engine or a 3.0 liter V6 putting out 200 horsepower. Fully loaded, the Solara offered a retuned suspension system, a deluxe JBL stereo system with in-dash 6-disc CD changer and cassette player, power adjustable seats and a "lip spoiler" in the rear. On the other hand, the convertible model had the usual canvas top at a time when competitors (such as the VW Eos) were equipped with retractable hard top - making it a bit dated.

Even though it wasn't quite a Porsche in terms of styling and performance, the relatively low Solara sticker price made it attractive to consumers.

For the second generation, Toyota upgraded the engine power ratings to 157 horsepower (for the four banger) and 210 horsepower (for the V6). The transmission was a five-speed automatic; no manual version was available, but it did have a manual shift option. The tuned suspension offered with the Sports Package was firm enough to to handle twisting roads, yet the vehicle managed to retain the sedate ride quality of other sedans. Other amenities available on the top-of-the-line SLE model included stability control and a built-in GPS navigation system.

The interior was a mixed bag. While there was adequate legroom for the driver and front-seat passengers, rear-seat occupants found their accommodations a bit cozy. It was quiet, though. Even the rag-top version featured extra insulation that minimized sound, and the overall design kept the usual turbulence experienced during top-down driving to a minimum.

Most of the vehicle's overall appeal was its relatively low sticker price. A SLE model with all the bells and whistles could be had for just over $36,000 - a heck of a bargain compared to similar vehicles. Today, a used Solara can be purchased for between $4000 and $13,000, depending on the vehicle's age and condition. If you are looking for sportier performance and handling, a series of Toyota Solara performance parts are available as upgrades.

While the Solara is a very solid and reliable vehicle from a mechanical standpoint, there have been a number of complaints about the convertible top on a few 2008 vehicles. The only solution is to replace it, which can cost nearly $2500. The dashboard materials seem to leave something to be desired, as these have a tendency to crack as the surface ages. A Web source for Toyota convertible parts may offer discounts on the components needed to correct these problems. Check out the Toyota parts catalog at PartsGeek.com for some of the lowest prices on Toyota parts for sale online.



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