Scion sold 99,259 cars in the U.S. in 2004 and that seems to be enough to get Toyota thinking about a North America production facility. Toyota says they'll boost production in NA to 75 percent, up from 63 percent in 2004, to alleviate heavy exchange rates and to cut delivery times. Jim Farley, Scion brand manager says if they can find a way they'll build Scions in the U.S. No word on whether this will keep the prices of the neon accessories down or not.
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