PALM SPRINGS, CA – With the ’04 Sienna Rampvan, Toyota Motor Corp. becomes the first non-Big Three auto maker to offer a wheelchair-accessible minivan. The Sienna Rampvan will be the first non-Big Three minivan for the disabled. Unveiled at January’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Rampvan conversion was developed with Independent Mobility Systems Inc. of New Mexico. It goes on sale in June in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and Phoenix, with ...

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