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 |  Jul 02 2013, 6:32 PM

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America’s top-selling car for the past 11 years, the Toyota Camry, has just eclipsed the 10-million sales mark.

Representing nearly 20 percent of all vehicles Toyota has ever sold in America, the Toyota Camry is also celebrating its 30-year anniversary in the U.S. this year. The first-generation Camry was introduced in America in 1983 and in its first full year of sales, the Japanese automaker sold 52,651 vehicles. Amazingly 30 years later, 773 of those Camrys are still on the road according to Toyota.

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Currently there are approximately 6.4-million Camrys on the road, showing just how reliable and dependable the family sedan has been over its seven generations. Virtually all Camrys sold today in the U.S. are produced in America.

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  • Sam D. Pluckeo

    Quote “The first-generation Camry was introduced in America in 1983 and in its
    first full year of sales, the Japanese automaker sold 52,651 vehicles.
    Amazingly 30 years later, 773 of those Camrys are still on the road
    according to Toyota.”

    Amazingly????? Of all the vehicles sold in 1983, a mere 1.46% are still on the road? Whereas 98.54%, in other words: quite nearly ALL OF THEM are scrap metal?

    Seriously, I suggest that you check for how many percent of, say, all Mercedes-Benz vehicles sold in 1983 are still on the road. THAT would amaze you.