PALM SPRINGS, CA –It’s not a bad time to introduce a new minivan, says Toyota Motor Corp., as it prepares to flood showrooms with the all-new ’04 Sienna. Minivan sales fell slightly in 2002, but Toyota expects a slight increase over the next two years. And within the segment, "there’s room for our share to grow,” says James E. Press, chief operating officer, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. Nissan Quest among the new minivans on the horizon. Sure, cross/utility vehicles are ...

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