Don't be like the rest of the folks out there who still buy based on the old belief that the car will only be good for about 100 K miles. Today's vehicles, as I'm sure you know since you've got a Camry, last for well over 200 thousand miles. Easily! Why buy new? The minute you drive it out of the dealer's lot, the price drops 20% or more, even if you turn right around and say you changed your mind.
I bought my first "new-used" in 1997. It was 1996 Ford Escort that had 18 thousand miles on it and was still covered under the same warranty as if new. I never had one problem with it, though back then the cars didn't last like today's do. Since that time, I have done the same thing over and over again with everything from Chryslers to Camrys, and I have never once been sorry. That Escort cost me $8,900 at one year old and would have been $14,000 to $14,500 if I'd bought it new and the new one would not have lasted any longer or been nay better. I saved over five grand on that and have been saving ever since.
The only cars I would not buy used are muscle cars. The only reason is that whoever had it previously, especially if it's a "young person's" type of vehicle, probably beat the hell out of it and may have done serious damage without it showing up yet. Save yourself some time and money and buy a pre-owned Toyota. If you're looking for bigger I'm sure there's a few out there. Do some homework first to get the real prices and shop around VERY PATIENTLY! If you rush you're going to buy emotionally rather than logically and that too can cost you. Even though the dealer says he "can't promise that car will be there tomorrow," and he will say that, don't buy the first thing that looks good. There's lots more where that came from. Shop around. Be patient. Besides, any dealer that does that hard-sell is either really hungry, therefore likely to overcharge, or the place has a bad rep and can't sell anything to the locals. And it helps to bring a friend who isn't involved in the purchase. He, or she, can act as a buffer, and keep his head screwed on tightly during the times yours might not be.
Good luck and have fun!