The Toyota Camry has been an unmitigated success and held the crown as best selling vehicle for the past four years. In its 18 years on the market, it has been inching towards status as an American icon and come to define the passenger car, says Don Esmond, group vice president and general manager of the Toyota Division of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. But it has also been described as "a car few will lust for, but everyone will recommend," admits Dana Hargitt, Camry project manager. And ...
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