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2010 MSRP: Starts at $19,395
Units sold in 2008: 390,345*

Toyota started making the Camry compact in 1980 as an aesthetic alternative to its cheaper Corolla. By 1996, the Camry was turned into a mid-size vehicle, and it continues to be a bestseller in the U.S. mid-size market.

The current generation was given an update for the 2010 model, and a Camry hybrid -- the first to be built entirely in the United States -- was introduced in 2007, selling 46,272 units last year.

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Last updated June 26 2009: 10:49 AM ET
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