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Toyota Camry Is a “Gone in 60 Seconds” Car According to May 2014 Sales

Another month passed and nothing changed for the Toyota Camry - it’s still the most sold passenger car in the US, despite the all-new 2015 model being just around the corner.
2014 Toyota Camry 1 photo
Photo: Toyota
Camry May sales this year grew 26 percent over the same period last year, toping its segment by almost 10,000 units with 49,584 cars sold. Basically, a Camry got sold ever 60 seconds or so across the United States. At this rate, by the time you end up reading this article, another one may have just found a new owner.

“There’s a reason Americans choose Camry, and it shows in sales month after month,” said Bob Carter, vice president of automotive operations for Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. “It’s America’s best-selling car, but more important is the one Camry in the customer’s driveway. The one Camry that gets you and your family to work, school, vacation, the Camry that works in a business enterprise, the one Camry you trust to be reliable and help keep your family safe.”

The 2015 Camry is about to go on sale this fall, but it looks like customers have no time to wait for that. A standard Camry now comes at $22,425 MSRP and comes with daytime running lights, color-keyed mirrors, 19-inch steel wheels, air conditioning, Entune Audio system with rear view camera and multiple connectivity, cruise control, power windows and a lot more, while the fully-equipped hybrid version comes at $28,625 MSRP.

10.3 million Camrys were sold in the US over the last 31 years, with more than 6.7 million of them still on the road.
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