2018 Toyota Camry Is Going To Leave Way Open For Toyota Tacoma

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Toyota is undergoing a shakeup in their product range and they want to produce more of the Toyota Tacoma while at the same time slowing down the Toyota Camry production. Of course this means that the Camry is at risk of giving up its position as being the best-seller from the brand.

The plans will hopefully make sure that the vehicles will meet the demand of the consumer over in the US. Crossovers and SUVs are very popular at the moment and Toyota said that they want to be able to deliver more pickup trucks.

Toyota produces a 50 to 50 split at the moment for cars and trucks but this is all going to change and they will then have a 40 to 60 split and this is going to mean more trucks than cars. Right now they have the plant in San Antonio working three shifts and the same applies to the Mexico plant. This will remain in place while the upgrades are completed and then we are expecting the plant to become more productive during the end of 2017 or the beginning of 2018.

The combined sales of the Toyota Tundra and Toyota Tacoma have increased as is 2013 the sales were 272,000 and in 2015 they rose to 300,000. During 2016 the pickup trucks of Toyota reached 310,000 sales.

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