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Toyota at NAIAS 2003


 


Toyota Sienna Minivan

The all-new 2004 Sienna has been improved, refined and enlarged in nearly every metric of comparison. Sienna will be built, exclusively, on an all-new assembly line at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana (TMMI) in Princeton.


Scion xA


*already presented at Los Angeles

Scion xA The xA makes its North American debut as a muscular subcompact five-door that features an athletic stance, sculpted wheel arches and tightly connected visual cues that flow dramatically from front to rear. The xA is powered by a 108 horsepower 1.5-liter engine. Buyers can select either a standard five-speed manual transmission or an available four-speed automatic.

The xA has a wide front grille and strong rocker panel extensions that enhance the horizontal, muscular stance and visually draw the vehicle closer to the ground. Buyers can choose from a palette of six exterior colors.


Scion xB


*already presented at Los Angeles

The Scion xB is a production version of the bbX concept that first debuted at last year's New York Auto Show. This subcompact is an aggressively styled vehicle that demands to be noticed. The xB weighs in at just over 2,400 pounds and shares the same engine and transmission combinations as the xA.

On the outside, the xB hunkers down low over its wheels and rises tall and wide with flat panels and 90-degree angles. This achieves maximum space from minimal exterior dimensions. It sits on P185/60R15 tires and 15-inch wheels with a slightly lowered suspension for a firm feel with confident handling. The xB features large door openings, tall seat-height and sprawling head and legroom.


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