besides it's reliability statues, why is camry most popular car ever?

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Old 11 May 2010, 07:50 am   #1 (permalink)
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besides it's reliability statues, why is camry most popular car ever?
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Old 11 May 2010, 07:55 am   #2 (permalink)
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Because most people are mindless drones who just buy what everyone else buys.
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Old 11 May 2010, 08:05 am   #3 (permalink)
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Answer above is right. The Ford Fusion actually beat the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord in style, handling, and (none of this is made up) quality. Even though Fusion sales are rapidly rising, people only buy the Camry because everybody else has one. Also, Ford is making a hybrid Fusion for 2008. Along with the hybrid fusion for 2008, Ford is also throwing in a voice activated system in it that you can tell it which songs you want to play from your Mp3 or iPod (you have to plug them into the car so it saves all your songs and artists) and you can call anybody or any place with simply saying their phone number or their name (you also have to plug in your phone for the same reasons as the Mp3 and iPod).
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Old 11 May 2010, 08:10 am   #4 (permalink)
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The first answer is right - most people are just too lazy to really do their homework and shop around. The camry is just another automotive appliance that all the sheeple buy.
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Old 11 May 2010, 08:19 am   #5 (permalink)
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True that domestics have made inroads, but Toyota bashing is very unbecoming. The Camry provides a lot of quality, and has good resale value, good gas mileage, and is relatively inexpensive to insure.
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Reliability?Go to http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/20.
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cc123 is exactly right. Do you know anyone with a Camry or Accord who is into cars? People buy them because they heard that they are good and they don't want to take any risks in car buying because they don't really care about their car as long as it gets them from point A to B. The funny thing is that a lot of people who buy these cars don't take care of them and they are junk in 7-10 years. I've seen some where it looks like the owners never vacuumed or washed them.















I would be curious to see as a percentage sold which cars stay on the road the longest. A lot of it depends on the type of people who buy the car.
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Old 11 May 2010, 09:00 am   #8 (permalink)
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I drive 40,000 a year I can't imagine buying anything other than a Toyota for that. I'm 6'3" so a Corolla doesn't quite fit. So, a Camry it is.































1st one went over 400,000 and the current driver still loves it, last one went 250,000 before traded in and the current Solara is at 115,000 trouble free miles so far.































Cheap to buy, comfortable, dependable, fuel efficient, why not drive one?
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