The American driver has made Toyota’s Camry the best-selling sedan here for over two decades. A consistent if unexciting performer that is fuel-efficient, dependable and holds its resale value, the Camry has a solid reputation for value.
This remains true today, yet the marketplace is tilting in other directions. Typical four-door sedan sales have cratered over the past five years, with many nameplates leaving the marketplace. While the Camry still holds onto the top spot in the U.S. market, its sales volume at the half-mile mark was down 24 percent. Its compact sibling the Corolla was down 26 percent compared to 2021, while Honda’s Accord and Civic were down 34 percent and 56 percent, respectively.