In March, sales of the redesigned Toyota Camry reached a strong 42,567 units bringing the first-quarter total to 105,405 units. With that in mind, the mid-sized sedan is well ahead of the pack in the race for the best-selling U.S. car.
According to Automotive News, the current sales pace could break the 400,000 unit mark for the first time sine 2008.
Sales of the Toyota Camry peaked in 2007 at 473,108 units but have fallen below the 400,000 mark due to the recession.
The car has now outsold the Nissan Altima, U.S.’s no. 2 selling car, by 9.045 units so far in 2012.
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However, at the 2012 New York Auto Show Nissan unveiled a new Altima that his been totally redesigned for the 2013 model year. Nissan aims to take the top-selling mid-size sedan crown from Toyota’s Camry.
- By: Omar Rana