Best-selling car in America: 2015 Toyota Camry
The best-selling car in America with 429,355 units sold is Toyota’s mid-level sedan, the 2015 Camry. Fourth overall with three trucks ahead of it, the Camry is followed closely by the Toyota Corolla, which added 363,322 new units to American roads in 2015. While the Camry had a just .2% increase in sales between 2014 and 2015, Camry sales jumped 7%.
The 2012 Camry underwent a complete redesign, and the 2015 offers a new look as well. A completely redesigned exterior and interior offers some important improvements for this model. New door seals significantly reduce the cabin noise. A wireless charging tray and 4.2-inch display are nice upgrades. LED daytime running lamps added to the headlights and redesigned taillights and trunk area give the 2015 Camry a fresh and edgy look.
Best-selling Toyota Camry models
The Toyota Camry fills a need in the U.S. automobile market. With a price entry point of $23,070 and a rating of 35mpg highway mileage, this mid-sized sedan has many popular versions. The Camry Hybrid SE, priced at $27,310 has redesigned trim. It retains its sophistication and drivability.
Cruise control, rear view camera, and an interior designed for comfort make driving this car a pleasure. All-season radials on every model offer good grip and a smooth ride. Emergency braking assist, dual front and dual rear side-mounted airbags, and traction control are a just a few of the safety features that make Camry an excellent choice.
The Camry XSE is the sports version that offers a larger engine and a price point of $26,310. The 3.5-Liter V6 6-speed automatic is a fun-to-drive option that offers power and style. The well-equipped XLE offers cruise control and a special navigation system with a price of $30,410. A 2.5-Liter 4-cylinder engine offers plenty of get-up-and-go.
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