At auction where I got mine 1996 Lexus ES 300 114k

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In So. Cal. the market is a funny thing. Toyota Camrys go for a price far above their higher optioned badge sisters such as the Avalon and ES300. So you can get Avalons and ES300s cheap, while plain Camrys still command a premium!
 
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I don't know much about the ES models, very different vehicle to the ones I have. However, my SC and GS have been exceptional cars. Albeit the 2JZ inline 6 is a very different beast to the 2MZ-FE in the ES.
 
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Originally Posted By: tinmanSC
I don't know much about the ES models, very different vehicle to the ones I have. However, my SC and GS have been exceptional cars. Albeit the 2JZ inline 6 is a very different beast to the 2MZ-FE in the ES.
You mean the 1MZ-FE in the ES. wink
 
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Originally Posted By: L_Sludger
In So. Cal. the market is a funny thing. Toyota Camrys go for a price far above their higher optioned badge sisters such as the Avalon and ES300. So you can get Avalons and ES300s cheap, while plain Camrys still command a premium!
Not so odd... economical Camry... I4 vs V6 = better mpg regular gas vs premium typically cheaper parts typically cheaper labor costs manual tranny avail vs AT only on older models
 
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