The Toyota Camry is this present century's brightest auto star. More than 400,000 were sold in the U.s. a year ago, a volume beat just by Ford and Chevrolet pickups. This makes you wonder: Why would Toyota require a Camry pit stop just part of the way to the seventh-era auto's checkered banner?
The convenient answer is on the grounds that it can. With a R&d plan guaranteed to be $1 million for every hour, the world's biggest auto organization can stand to shower its moderate size family car with budgetary adoration, after CEO Akio Toyoda's straightforward mandate to "construct better autos." There are six different reasons. Portage, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Nissan, and Volkswagen all offer phenomenal fair size options to the impulsively thoughtful Camry. In August, Honda stacked its shotgun with overabundance stock and liberal motivations to impact out 51,075 Accords, beating Camry deals by 7032 units.