For over a decade, the Toyota Camry has been—with only a few exceptions—the bestselling passenger car in the United States. What's not to like about impeccable reliability, plush comfort and high resale value? In fact, Americans have bought over 10 million Camrys since the vehicle was introduced in Toyota’s lineup 30 years ago.
The marketplace is getting more competitive though, and while the Camry faces more pressure than ever, it has managed to hang on to its bestseller crown. Plenty of repeat buyers wouldn't think of driving anything else.
Choosing Your Toyota Camry
Depending on the trim level and engine you choose, the Camry experience—and its price—can vary tremendously. A base LE model starts at $23,680, for instance, while an XLE with the V6 carries an MSRP of $31,515. Which you choose will depend largely on your taste, needs and budget.
With so many options that appeal to so many different drivers, it's difficult to choose one Camry as a stand-out. Whichever model you choose, you'll know there's really no way to go wrong with a Camry.
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