Last month, Toyota Camry was designated the Best-selling car of America. According to 24/7 Wall St., the Toyota Camry is maintaining its reputation as the most popular car in United States of America. Even the name ‘Camry’ means Crown. In conclusion, when it comes to mid-sized sedans, Toyota Camry is undoubtedly the king. Currently, the Toyota Camry is the most popular car in the market with 429,000 units sold in 2014 alone.
Even after that, Toyota had to keep pushing the Camry sales higher this year, owing to its huge and ever-increasing demand. During the first four months, the sales were up by 1.7 percent and according to Motor Intelligence, around 134,571 cars were sold. Meanwhile, the April sales fell 10.4 percent from the same month in last year, resulting to 34,066. The starting price for a Toyota Camry is $22,970, but the price goes up depending on the model you wish to purchase.
Toyota strongly influences the decisions made by car buyers thanks to their top ranking in consumer research on car quality. According to Power Vehicle Dependability Study, Toyota has been at the top or near the top for about four long decades now. Presently, Toyota ranks third among all brands, behind its own Lexus Luxury division and of course, Buick. Also, Toyota’s reputation is highly critical to its success. It gets around 35mpg while driving on the highway, owing to its small 2.5 liter, four-cylinder engine.
Meanwhile, Toyota has a new line-up of 2015 models. Everything has been revamped, except for the roof, transmissions and engines. The tremendously successful Toyota Camry has been around since 1983. Ever since that time, Camry has totally dominated the mid-size sedan market. Consumers love the Camry, thanks to its comfortable ride, high quality and impressive durability.
Furthermore, it is also within the average person’s budget. No matter if it’s new or old, the Camry is highly recommended by car dealers and long-time owners. It doesn’t matter whether you choose the L, LE, SE, SE Sport or XLE when you ride a Toyota Camry; you are bound to enjoy a quiet, comfortable and smooth ride. Even if the odometer reaches 200,000 miles, there will never be a major problem, and this is the primary reason for the Camry being popular with the buyers over the last two decades.