PALM SPRINGS, CA – Production of the all-new ’04 Toyota Sienna minivan has begun on a new line, in a new home in Princeton, IN, that gives the Japanese auto maker the flexibility to better meet market demand for light trucks. Toyota Motor Mfg. Indiana has invested $2 billion in Princeton to date, to assemble fullsize Tundra pickups and Sequoia SUVs, as well as the second-generation Sienna. The Indiana plant began production of the Tundra in January 1999 with a single shift and 1,300 ...

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