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TrueCar says the Toyota Camry is the best new car deal in America

TrueCar joins KBB in highlighting the amazing deals that Toyota is offering on 2014.5 Camry as the new 2015 model begins to arrive.


TrueCar, the company that helps buyers find the actual selling price for cars, says that the 2014.5 Camry is the best car deal in America right now, in the month of September. This did not happen by accident. The Toyota Camry is the highest production volume car in the US market by far and has many advantages in the marketplace.

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KBB Reports Camry Is Best Deal
Last month Torque News reported that KBB found the 2014.5 Camry to be the best car deal in the land. At that time, we brought to our readers’ attention that the new 2015 Camry would be coming soon. Indeed the new Camry is now on its way and will be on dealer lots this week and next depending upon allocations. The new Camry is redesigned and has a completely new body and interior, as well as mechanical changes. The drivetrains and fuel economy will be the same.

2014.5 Camry and New 2015 Camry Starting to Overlap
It is an open secret that Toyota is discounting the 2014.5 Camry to make room on the lot for the incoming wave of all-new 2015s. That does not mean that buyers of the existing model are making a mistake of any kind. The current, 2014.5 Camry has the highest safety rating possible, the IIHS Top Safest Pick Plus, and it is a Consumer Reports Recommended vehicle. It also offers excellent fuel economy, and can be had with a powerful V6 engine, something becoming rare in its segment. Toyota also enjoys the highest quality ranking in almost every survey.

See More: 2014.5 Toyota Camry earns spot on KBB's Top 10 New Car Deals

Camry Selling For About 15% Off Sticker
The real news is that the top-selling Camry SE trim is selling for about 15% off its MSRP. TrueCar says that the Camry Se 4-Cylinder has a market average price of just $21,576. That translates to an average monthly payment of about $310 according to the company.

Both the outgoing 2014.5 and the new 2015 Camry are attractive cars. For a complete comparison of the changes to the Camry, please see our prior story.