What is it about the Toyota Camry that induces so many people to sign on the dotted line? Let us throw some number at you:

The Toyota Camry has been the best-selling passenger car in America every year since 2001. In 2015 Toyota sold 429,355 Camrys in the United States alone. In comparison, Volkswagen sold a total of 349,440 vehicles of all models. BMW and Mini sold 404,537 vehicles put together. The list goes on but you get the picture. When it comes to mid-size sedans, the Toyota Camry is by far the most popular choice. The second place Honda Accord sold 355,557 units in 2015, and the third place Nissan Altima came in at 333,398. The Ford Fusion sold 300,170, while Hyundai, Chevy, and Chrysler moved about 200,000 apiece of their mid-size offerings, so this market space of rather un-sexy cars is strikingly big business.

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