Jewels at the Dump: The 2001 Toyota Solara SLE V6

Toyota is a brand that's known for producing reliable vehicles that last for a long time.

That's one of the biggest reasons why the Corolla, RAV4, and Camry are three of the ten best-selling vehicles in the United States through the first eight months of 2017.

However, there is one type of automobile that's currently missing from the brand's extensive lineup of vehicles. While Honda offers a two-door version of its popular Accord mid-size car, the same cannot be said for the Camry sedan, which is the Accord's main rival.

This wasn't always the case though.

That's because Toyota offered the Solara coupe from 1998 to 2008. This model was designed for buyers who wanted something sportier than a Camry sedan, but offered more interior space than a traditional sports car.

Luckily for Solara fans, YouTube personality Mike Utoober published a walkaround video of Toyota Solara recently. What's more, it can be yours for just $2,299 (Canadian currency).

The Solara showcased in the video is the SLE trim level, which comes with a 3.0-liter V6 engine, four-speed automatic transmission, a perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel, and 16-inch alloy wheels. In addition, it has 303,000 kilometers on the odometer. (That's nearly 190,000 miles if you need help converting.)

While Mr. Utoober says the vehicle is in good condition, he admits during the video that he can't start the Solara, citing a need for a new battery. However, if this vehicle sounds appealing to you, then you should know this video was filmed at a Kenny U-Pull in Canada.

The only catch is Utoober failed to disclose which Kenny U-Pull he was at.

What we do know is several of his other videos were filmed in Ontario and that's also the location where the 2001 Toyota Solara was built, so it could be assumed the Solara featured in the video can be found at one of the three Kenny U-Pull locations in Ontario.