America’s best-selling car for 2012 will almost certainly be the Toyota Camry. If so, this will be the 11th straight year that Toyota’s top selling model has earned this honor.
So far this year, Toyota has sold more than 67,000 more Camrys than Honda has sold Accords, the car in second place. Even more remarkable is that Toyota believes that its Camry sales will be more than 15 percent higher than the Japanese automaker’s target. In total, Toyota feels that it will sell around 400,000 Camrys in America this year. As of the end of September, it has moved 314,788 Camrys in the U.S., an increase of 37% over what it had moved in the same period in 2011.