PRINCETON, IN – The challenge of assembling body-on-frame Sequoia fullsize SUVs on the same line as unibody Sienna minivans at a new second line in Princeton, IN, is paying off for Toyota Motor Corp. Complexity of new line at Toyota’s Princeton plant worth it. The increased flexibility required a host of new chassis processes and the plant had no experience with unibodies, an official says. The original or West plant assembles the Sequoia and the Tundra fullsize pickup. (see ...

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