The Toyota Camry is still king among its peers in the world of midsize sedans, according to January 2018 sales
Are we already entering February of 2018? It seems like the year just began, and here we are, already crunching the sales data for the first month of the new year.
Toyota's Camry is again the best-selling non-pickup vehicle in the U.S., taking both the midsize sedan sales crown in December and the overall sales crown for 2016.
The Camry's total sales of 388,618 was enough to stave off the Honda Civic by 22,000 sales. The Camry did fail to hit the
Thanks to a soft sales month by the Honda CR-V, the Toyota Camry regained the overall sales lead for the month in November, and is poised to lead midsize sedan sales by year's end.
Camry sales were off nearly 9 percent over November 2015, and for the year sales are off more
In a month where all but one contender showed sharp sales drops, the Toyota Camry held onto the top spot in the midsize sedan sales chart for October. In doing so, it also became the first car in its class to top the 300,000 sales mark.
For the month, the Camry's sales
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In a month where most cars in the segment saw sales drops, the Toyota Camry kept the midsize sedan sales lead over its main rivals, the Honda Accord and Nissan Altima.
Camry sales were down 11 percent over September 2015, but it still was the only car in the group, and
The Toyota Camry is the best-selling midsize sedan in the country but came in fourth overall behind the top three compact crossovers.
The Camry had nearly 33,000 sales for August, but still couldn't beat out the Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and the Nissan Rogue for the monthly lead. Sales were down
Toyota's ubiquitous Camry kept the midsize car sales lead - and the overall sales lead, too - despite a weak month as sales dropped 13 percent from last year.
The Camry had a comfortable 2,000-sale lead for June and has a very comfortable 27,000-sale lead for the year. Both leads are