Best-Selling Passenger Cars in the U.S.

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1. Toyota Camry
2017 Sales: 387,081
Vs. 2016: -0.4%
Camry has held the title of best-selling passenger car in America for 15 years, and with a strong push in December, the popular Toyota retained its crown. Sales in December were up almost 30 percent compared to year ago, thanks to the arrival of the all-new eighth-generation Camry redesigned to create a more exciting character with sporty performance and aggressive styling. Lower and wider than the previous generation, the new Camry has an updated front grille, integrated headlights and sculpted lines to give the sedan a more engaging presence, as well as a completely new interior and choice of fuel-efficient, powerful engines. Three new powertrains are offered: a 2.5-liter inline 4-cylinder producing 206 horsepower; a 3.5-liter V6 producing 301 horsepower; and a next-generation Toyota Hybrid System. Both the 2.5-liter and the 3.5-liter are paired with a new direct-shift 8-speed automatic transmission.

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