Toyota seems to be pretty hyped with the Toyota Camry finally outselling the Ford F-150. The Japanese automaker is now considering increasing the production of the strong-selling sedan.
According to sources, it is looking at its underused light-truck plant in Princeton Indiana. As sales of the Tundra fall, Toyota has lowered production at its two-shift Princeton plant.
Toyota sold a total number of 51,291 Camrys last month, being out the Ford F-Series as one of the top selling vehicles. Honda”s Civic and Toyota”s Corolla took the number one and number two spot respectively.
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