Toyota Motor Corp. will unveil its second-generation Sienna minivan at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. Toyota says the all-new Sienna, which will be available for the ’04 model year, has been “improved, refined and enlarged in nearly every metric of comparison.” Sienna will be built exclusively on a new assembly line at Toyota Motor Mfg. Indiana in Princeton. The shift in production marks the start of a chain reaction throughout Toyota’s North American ...

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