The latest edition of Toyota’s midsize sedan went on sale in September 2011, and sales have continued to climb. Through October, Toyota has sold 344,713 Camrys in the United States alone.
As for fuel economy? There isn’t a single 2012 Camry that doesn’t post an EPA highway rating below 30 mpg. Predictably, Camry Hybrid models lead the lineup at 38-39 mpg (XLE and LE trims, respectively), but other models still post respectable numbers. Four-cylinder Camrys are rated at 25/35 mpg city/highway, while cars with the 3.5-liter V-6 are rated at 21/30 mpg.