ANN ARBOR, MI – Engineers at Toyota Technical Center U.S.A. Inc. may have found a solution to the dilemma that prompted the Chrysler Group to drop the option of all-wheel drive from its minivan lineup. Chrysler forewent AWD in favor of its much-celebrated Stow ‘n Go seating, a second row that, along with the third row, folds flat into a well in the minivan’s floor. The necessity of the second-row well left no room for the drivetrain needed for AWD. Toyota Sienna But a gas-electric ...

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