Honda’s Accord beats Camry as top U.S. car in individual sales
For the first time in twelve years, the Toyota Camry is no longer the best-selling sedan in the U.S. In fact Camry is still the leader in total volume sales (considering both retail and fleet buyers) with 408,484 units sold in 2013. Instead Camry retail sales reached only 342,007 units sold and this result was not enough to repel the attack of the Honda Accord that closed 2013 with 360,089 vehicles sold.
Sales to individuals customers accounted for more than 98 percent of Accord’s U.S. volume last year, compared with about 84 percent for the Camry.