Buying a used Toyota Camry in Sacramento can be a tense and time-consuming task – but it doesn’t have to be. And at M&S Auto, it’s not. We make buying a used car easy with our hassle-free approach to doing business. That’s better for our customers, and it’s been pretty good for us, too. M&S Auto has become one of the top used-car dealerships in the area since we first opened in 1999, with numerous Top Rated Dealership awards to our credit.
Built on a foundation of trust, integrity, and respect for our customers, M&S Auto is a smart place to begin shopping for just about any used car!
There are actually a lot of reasons to come to M&S Auto for a used Toyota Camry, starting with the fact that these cars have a rock-solid reputation for providing intelligent features and rewarding reliability.
When you visit M&S Auto – or go online to see our virtual showroom – you can then notice our impressively affordable pricing. Unlike some other dealerships, we don’t set artificially high prices so we can pretend to give you a discount during negotiations. Instead, we make the effort to ensure our used cars are priced at market value right when you first see them. No haggling is necessary to get a great deal on a used Toyota Camry at M&S Auto.
There’s no need to worry about financing, either. We have both a top-notch finance department and a strong network of lenders to help us secure loans for people with less-than-perfect credit scores. Naturally, we can get great rates for people with good credit as well.
For a quick pre-approval, just use our secure online credit application.
M&S Auto is also one of Sacramento’s top places to sell a car: Not only will we give you a great offer, but we’ll buy your vehicle even if you don’t purchase one of ours.
Toyota prides itself on offering a new Camry for just about everyone’s budget and taste, which means there’s also a wide variety of options when you’re shopping for a used Toyota Camry. In fact, recent Camry lineups have served up 18 different choices for customers, including high-efficiency Camry hybrids, high-performance Camry sport sedans, and highly rewarding everyday drivers. The good news is that Toyota makes it a breeze to keep track of all those Camry models with a simple naming strategy that covers most of the company’s used cars, too:
Now, some people may still think of a Toyota Camry as a pretty basic mainstream sedan, yet the reality is far different. Take a close look at a used Toyota Camry, and you can discover a stylish machine that’s packed with high-end amenities like the following. (Please note that not all features are available for all used Toyota Camry models.)
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems – Toyota helps keep you and your loved ones out of harm’s way with intelligent technologies like a head-up display, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, a panoramic view monitor, rear braking assistance, and the company’s Safety Sense bundle. Standard on quite a few used Toyota Camrys, it can include front automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, traffic-sign assistance, and more.
Bold Exterior Designs – A panoramic sunroof, LED lighting, striking alloy wheels, two-tone color themes, and quad-tipped exhaust outlets can spice up the Toyota Camry’s sophisticated good looks, and TRD models can showcase aggressive body kits with a TRD pedestal-type rear spoiler.
Roomy and Luxurious Cabins – Used Toyota Camrys can pamper you with heated/ventilated leather power front seats, a heated leather steering wheel, elegant wood inlay trim, a 9-inch touchscreen, WiFi compatibility, Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, Amazon Alexa compatibility, full-color navigation, wireless charging, voice control, and JBL audio.
Dynamic Drivability – Even the base engine for many used Toyota Camrys can deliver more than 200 hp – with an EPA rating of 39mpg highway – and the car’s V6 can top 300 horses. In the fun-to-drive Camry Hybrid, an electric motor and a four-cylinder gas engine serve up a combined 208 hp with the ability to break 50 mpg in all EPA categories. All-wheel drive is also available on some editions of the used Toyota Camry.
Toyota first used the “Camry” name in Japan in 1979 as part of the Celica car family, splitting off the Toyota Camry as a stand-alone range in 1982. That model debuted in the United States in 1983 and became so popular that Toyota began building them in this country in 1988. By 1993, the millionth Toyota Camry had been built at Toyota’s Kentucky plant. Camry sales kept climbing, and it became the best-selling car in the United States for the first of many times in 1997. The Toyota Camry Hybrid went into production in Kentucky in 2006 with impressive-for-its-time EPA ratings of 33 mpg city/34 mpg highway. Toyota added more enthusiastic appeal to the Camry with the debut of the TRD edition in 2020 and the introduction of modern AWD in 2021 – the same year that the 10 millionth Toyota Camry rolled down the assembly line in Kentucky in 2021.
Needless to say, the Toyota Camry is still going strong today!