2005, 257k miles, more rust than my wife's. Does not have sat-nav like hers but does have proximity keys. Got it from the original owner, a wealthy liberal sort turned animial-lover/ hoarder. Came with all the receipts, including for repairs from a wreck. During the honeymoon period the lady ran to the dealer complaining about road noise, only to find that she bought new tires with aggressive tread. She burned through a lot of front brakes and wheel bearings. She got a new 12V battery a couple years ago, $280 there, yowzah! The left front wheel bearing is shot and loose. A new part is enroute. She, and perhaps a miscommunicating mechanic, thought this bearing was jamming up and slowing her down. This unholy mess sounded like the stuff of legend so I bought it just so I could take a look at it. Turns out the coil packs are bad, and it chucked out P0300, 301, 302, 303, and 304. It sounded like death underway as the engine rocks around in its mounts and the CVT tranny chatters. So, that slowed her down. I'm an impatient yet thrifty sort. Ordered new coils but they're coming from China California via Fedex SmartPost, a horrible way to move anything. I have two spare coils for my 02 camry 2AZFE. It turns out that if you sand down the outer diameter rubber "ring" on the lower portion from 25.5mm to 24.5mm and add a few washers under the hold-down tab it fits fine, though the electrical connector is cocked slightly differently too. Put those on cyls 2 & 3 for experimentation and she's 98% smoother, just had one hickup. The iridium plugs had corroded hexes and buildup on the ground electrode but weren't carbon fouled and had been keeping themselves clean. Gas is potentially 6 months old but is in that bladder thing which I figure protected it pretty well, and besides it was winter, so it degrades slower, chemically, IMO. Oil and antifreeze look good. Tires are bald snows (aaugh) but I have a stack left over from a previous DTD sale. AC works. Dog goobered up the rear door panels a little but they'll recover. They never, ever, ever seem to have detailed the engine compartment. There's an epic level of dust on everything.