Toyota Motor Corp. unveils in Tokyo its Harrier cross/utility vehicle, which will be branded a Lexus RX 330 for the U.S. market and be the first non-Japan built Lexus. Although Toyota will produce the RX 330 in Canada this fall at the rate of 5,000 units per month, it will be exporting the new model from its Kyushu, Japan, plant until Canadian production begins. The RX 330 will go on sale in the U.S. this spring. Toyota reportedly is targeting sales of 2,500 Harriers per month in Japan ...

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