About Toyota Solara
A typical Camry is reliable and predictable, so it lacks the fast and furious image of a sport car. But the Toyota Solara changed all that. Although it shares most of the same parts with the regular Camry, the Solara has sporty styling that distinguishes it from its staid stablemate. Its sloped roofline, ridged sides, and modified grill differentiate the Solara so completely that Toyota even dropped Camry from its full name. This two-door, mid-sized car is available in two body styles: coupe and convertible. The Toyota Solara convertible looks more aggressive and is more popular than the coupe. When the second generation rolled in with the 2004 Toyota Solara, the convertible version became an irresistible soft top. This is ideal if you who love the practicality of a Camry but desire a sleek, exciting sedan with sport car aspirations. Although the last Toyota Solara came out in 2008, you can still find one among the wide selection of classic Japanese sport cars offered by the reliable sellers on eBay.