Toyota Motor Mfg. Inc. has built its last Sienna minivan at its Georgetown, KY, plant. The Sienna now will be produced at Toyota’s Princeton, IN, facility. The Toyota Camry Solara will be added to Georgetown’s production output next summer. It previously was built at Toyota’s Cambridge, Ont., plant. Some 553,856 Siennas have been built at Georgetown since August 1997.

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