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Toyota introduced the second-generation version of its Sienna minivan at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show in early January 2003. Not only has its power been increased, but the redesigned Sienna is also available with either all-wheel drive or two-wheel drive. “The all-American Sienna has been improved, refined and enlarged,” said Don Esmond, senior vice president and general manager of Toyota Division. Toyota promises class-leading interior comfort, convenience and flexibility. The all-new chassis has a wheelbase more than 5 inches longer than that in the previous model. The front and rear tracks are each nearly 4 inches wider, yet the 2004 Sienna has a turning radius more than 3 feet tighter than its predecessor. Total interior volume has grown by more than 44 cubic feet. The Sienna is offered in four trim levels: CE, LE, XLE and the new top-of-the-line XLE Limited. All-wheel drive is available on the three upper-end models. Sienna CE and LE minivans come in both seven- and eight-passenger configurations. More than 90 percent of the Sienna’s content comes from North American suppliers, and the minivan is built on an all-new assembly line in Princeton, Ind. The 2004 Sienna went on sale in March 2003. Disabled motorists may purchase an IMS Sienna Rampvan, which is Toyota’s first wheelchair-accessible vehicle sold in the United States. Independent Mobility Systems Inc. handles the conversion, and Rampvans are sold through IMS dealers.