Toyota is Going to Cutback on Tundra and Sequoia Production Due to Slow Sales

Toyota has announced that the automaker is going to slow production of the Sequoia and Tundra in its Indiana and Texas plants due to slowing sales.

The cutbacks will start this spring, but Toyota is also stating that there will not be any layoffs in either of the two plants, which is a good thing. Toyota hasn’t stated how much each model will be cut.

Light-truck sales as a whole were down in the first two months of the year, so this is not a surprise. You can expect other automakers to make similar announcements in the future.

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