The Toyota Camry is not only America’s best-selling midsize sedan, it’s been the best-selling passenger car of any size for the past 11 years straight, and for 15 of the last 16 years. Camry sales topped 10 million in 2013, coincidentally the nameplate’s 30th anniversary. One in five Toyotas sold in the U.S. is a Camry.
Clearly, the Camry appeals to a large and broad audience. Toyota claims the Camry is the safest, quietest, most fuel-efficient car in its class, and we have no reason to doubt those claims.
Camry is an attractive car, with clean sides and nice edges. Benefitting from the latest impact energy management engineering, it’s built on a rigid chassis using a lot of high-strength steel and ultra high-strength steel. The interior is nice, the dashboard neat and stylish, the instrument panel pretty and functional. Storage spaces are well thought-out, and a 60/40 split rear seat is standard.