Toyota has done it again! Every year there is something new or something improved, and this time it's the 2006 Toyota Solara. This sporty model bearing the Camry name is made for the true Toyota fan. As always, improved over the 2005 Toyota Solara and bearing the same Toyota quality as well. A genuine beauty with several different models that range in price from $19,000 up to $30,000, this treasure will pull on the heartstrings of anyone who has even considered owning a Toyota. Both the 2006 Toyota Solara SE and SE Sport both have a 2.4 Litre engine with a 5-speed manual overdrive transmission. In today's economy with the high price of gas, the 24 miles per gallon city, and 33 mile per gallon highway should be quite appealing. Of course, for those who have taken the optional automatic transmission, the miles will be a little lower, but based on the average American-made car, that's some fuel economy.
The 2006 Toyota Solara includes the quality that is attached to every single Toyota that leaves any authorized dealership. The quality goes into every Toyota model before their name goes on any of their vehicles whether that is a car, truck or sport utility vehicle; if it's a Toyota, you know it's a quality vehicle. Of course, knowing that the quality exists in all the vehicles doesn't help a new buyer choose what model is perfect, and that will never happen. There are so many to choose from, and the 2006 Toyota Solara by Camry is just one of many quality vehicles that can be found either on the lot or in a Toyota showroom. Of course, if you're not quite sure about buying a brand new car off the showroom floor, you can consider the 2005 Toyota Solara at a drastically marked down year end clearance price. It's still sporty enough to make heads turn when you drive down the street, but the clearance price won't strain your budget as much.
For those buyers who still aren't quite sure what grabs their interest for 2006, take a trip to the showroom and look around. Pick up some of the brochures with the new models including the 2006 Toyota Solara and read the specifications on them. Of course, don't forget to grab a salesperson and go for a test drive in one of these beauties because until you have taken a ride, you aren't qualified to make any kind of decision. The proper decision means taking a ride to the showroom, reading the brochures that are available, and going for a test drive. Once you have had completed all of these steps, go home and sleep on it before making a decision. By doing that you will be fresh the next day, and you will be in a better decision to choose the vehicle that is right for you, the one that will make you happy for years to come.
Remember, this is Toyota we are discussing here; it's not going to wear out in a few years. Take your time making that decision because that car, truck, or sport utility vehicle you buy is going to last you much longer than any American-made car you may have considered. Think about the sporty look, the gas mileage, the lower cost of upkeep, and the length of time it will last you in comparison to other vehicles. After you have done the math and weighed all these factors together, head back to that showroom and bring home that 2006 Toyota Solara that is clutching at your heartstrings!