10 Best Selling Cars of 2013
Drum roll, please! For the 12th year in a row, the Toyota Camry was the best-selling car in the US, according to our pals at TruthAboutCars.com.
The Toyota Camry sold a whopping 408,484 cars this past year, a 0.9% increase from 404,886 in 2012. This is the seventh time in the last decade that the Camry sold more than 400,000 units in a year, and it's the only passenger car to exceed 400,000 units sold in the last decade.
The Camry's top challenger, the Honda Accord, came in second place selling 366,678 units in 2013, a 10.5% increase over its sales in 2012. And in third place is the Honda Civic, selling 336,180 vehicles last year, a 5.7% increase over 2012.
If you're looking to purchase any of these top 2013 sellers, make sure to use the free CarWoo Deal Finder to get the biggest discounts on these vehicles. And be sure to check out TrueCar Pre-Negotiated Prices to compare real prices where you live.
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