The 1995 Toyota Camry has a 2.2-liter 125-horsepower inline four-cylinder or a 3-liter 188-horsepower V-6 engine. Only the DX trim has a standard five-speed manual transmission; the others have a four-speed automotive gearbox instead. Depending mainly on the type of engine and transmission, the fuel economy of the 1995 Camry is 20 to 23 mpg for city driving and 28 to 31 mpg for highway driving.
Japanese manufacturer Toyota designed the 1995 Camry as a five-seater, but interior space varies slightly according to trim. Front space includes around 37 or 38 inches of headroom, 44 inches of legroom, 57 inches of shoulder room and 54 or 56 inches of hip room. Rear space provides about 37 or 38 inches of headroom, 33 or 35 inches of legroom, 55 or 56 inches of shoulder room, and 53 or 55 inches of hip room.
Exterior Specs and Weight
Each 1995 Camry is about 189-inches long, 70-inches wide and 55-inches high, with a 103-inch wheelbase. Depending on trim and body style, the wheel size is 14 or 15 inches and made of steel or aluminum. Its curb weight range is around 2,900 to 3,300 lbs.
The 1995 Toyota Camry is one of the model years in the mid-size car's third generation of production--1992 to 1996. Available as a two-door coupe or four-door sedan, the 1995 Camry has four trims: the base DX, the luxury-oriented LE, the sporty SE and the top-level XLE.