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2021 Toyota RAV4 Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: July 10, 2020
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Ever since the SUV revolution has gripped the world, it seems like there has been a bombardment of crossovers and SUVs of all shapes and sizes on the roads. Though every segment has a leader, the compact SUV crossover domain has long been dominated by the biggest car company in the world, with the Toyota RAV4.

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Pros

Comfortable interiors

Very Reliable

Spacious Cargo Space

Driver Friendly infotainment system

Superior Fuel Economy

Cons

Mundane Driving experience

Seats are uncomfortable for long trips

Noisy engine

What's New?

The Toyota RAV4 remains unchanged for 2021. 


2021 Toyota RAV4 Latest Update

Features

vehicle bio

base price

$25950

bodystyle

SUV

passenger capacity

5

top speed

130 mph

drivetrain

FWD

engine type

displacement

152

horsepower

203@6,600

torque

184@5,000

transmission

8-Speed Automatic

chassis

suspension front

Strut

suspension rear

Double Wishbone

dimensions

wheelbase

105.9 in.

length

180.9 in.

width

73.0 in.

height

67.0 in.

curb weight

3370 lbs.

ground clearance

8.4 in.

capacity

passenger volume

98.9 cu ft.

performance

zero to 60 mph

9.1 sec.

standing ¼-mile

16.6 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

26/30/35 mpg

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./36,000

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./60,000


Pictures & Videos

Exterior
Interior
Videos
2021 Toyota RAV4 Review video

Styles

2021 Toyota RAV4 in Blue Metallic color
Blue Metallic

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Ratings

Features

8.3

Engine And Performance

8.2

Fuel Economy

8.0

Interior

8.2

Exterior

8.0

Safety

9.0

Competition

8.0

Final Verdict

6.5

8.0

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2021 Toyota RAV4 LE

LE

power
203 hp @ 6600 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
30 combined

$25,950


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
LE 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl 8A) Starting at $25,950 MSRP (26/30/35) 203 hp @ 6600 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic front wheel drive 5

2021 Toyota RAV4 XLE

XLE

power
203 hp @ 6600 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
30 combined

$27,245


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
XLE 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl 8A) Starting at $27,245 MSRP (26/30/35) 203 hp @ 6600 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5

2021 Toyota RAV4 XLE Premium

XLE Premium

power
203 hp @ 6600 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
30 combined

$29,950


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
XLE Premium 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl 8A) Starting at $29,950 MSRP (26/30/35) 203 hp @ 6600 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic front wheel drive 5

2021 Toyota RAV4 Adventure

Adventure

power
203 hp @ 6600 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
30 combined

$33,055


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Adventure 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl 8A) Starting at $33,055 MSRP (26/30/35) 203 hp @ 6600 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic all wheel drive 5

2021 Toyota RAV4 Limited

Limited

power
203 hp @ 6600 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
30 combined

$34,480


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
Limited 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl 8A) Starting at $34,480 MSRP (26/30/35) 203 hp @ 6600 rpm, 2.5 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
8-Speed Automatic front wheel drive 5

Expert Review

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The 2021 Toyota RAV4 is the newest in a long line of RAV4s after its generational refresh for the 2019 model year. The RAV4 has defended its best-seller crown for a long time owing to its capability to be a versatile performer and a utilitarian ride. Furthermore, it remains a value-for-money offering for those who want to enjoy an adventurer with a family-friendly side.

Though the Toyota RAV4 is a great ride, it finds itself in a segment that has no shortage of competitors. And so, it goes up against the Kia Sorento, Mazda CX-5, and the Hyundai Santa Fe. So let’s see if the RAV4 can defend its crown yet again.


8.3/10
Features

 

8.2/10
Engine and Performance

 

8.0/10
Fuel Economy

 

8.2/10
Interior

 

8.0/10
Exterior

 

9.0/10
Safety

 

8.0/10
Competition

 

6.5/10
Final Verdict

 

2021 Toyota RAV4 Features

8.3/10

Being the value for money offering that the Toyota RAV4 is, you can pick it up in a choice of 5 trims, namely, LE, XLE, XLE Premium, Adventure, and Limited. The lineup starts off near the 26 grand mark with the LE trim and goes up to 36 grand with the blinged-out Limited trim. 

Each trim brings its own outlook to the crossover game with its own set of features, however like always, some trims are better than the others. 

Trims

LE

XLE

XLE Premium

Adventure

Limited

MSRP (FWD)*

$25,950

$27,245

$29,950

-

$34,480

MSRP (AWD)*

$27,350

$28,645

$31,350

$33,255

$35,880

Key Features

LED Headlights with Automatic high beams and LED DRLs

Adds/Upgrades to features in LE trim and:

Adds/Upgrades to features in XLE trim and:

Adds/Upgrades to features in XLE Premium trim and:

Adds/Upgrades to features in Adventure trim and"

 

17-inch steel wheels

Auto On/Off Headlights

Power tilt moonroof

Unique split-bar front upper grille

JBL Audio with Dynamic Navigation and 11-speakers

 

8-inch Entune Infotainment system with Amazon Alexa, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto

17-inch alloy wheels

19-inch alloy wheels

Black RAV4 and Adventure badging

Downhill Assist Control(DAC)

 

Climate control system with pollen filter

Smart key on front doors and liftgate

Climate control system with front center vent flow controls and rear-seat vents

7-inch MID with customizable settings

Anti-theft system with alarm and engine immobilizer

 

Integrated backup camera

Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control

8-Way power-adjustable front driver’s seat

Overhead console with map lights and Safety Connect button

Dynamic Torque Vectoring All-Wheel Drive with Rear Driveline Disconnect

 

60:40 Split-folding rear seats with Fabric Upholstery

Blind Spot Monitoring System with Cross-Traffic Alert

Leather-trimmed steering wheel

Rear Cargo area decklid mounted-storage net

 
 

Power folding outside rear-view mirror

       

*prices subject to change after official unveil

Besides the existing features, you can always build your perfect RAV4 online, and mail the completed model to your nearest Toyota dealer before you buy it. Or, you can any day head over to the dealership, experience the ride in person, and “bejewel” it with the available additional packages and add-on accessories to make it a wholesome ride to suit your personality. 

Which trim should you buy?

Though all the trims are truly bang-for-the-buck, the Adventure trim of the Toyota RAV4 is the one that takes our fancy. With its proclivity to be an off-roader, it packs many safety features and creature comforts that are needed in a daily driver family car. And with the full-time AWD in place, you get the confidence to conquer any terrain with immense ease. 

2021 Toyota RAV4 Engine and Performance

8.2/10

At the heart of the Toyota RAV4 is a 2.5L naturally aspirated Inline-4 powertrain that churns out a segment-leading 203 hp along with 184 lb-ft of torque. While this may not sound like much, when you consider the power-to-weight ratio, it is adequately high. 

Putting the power from the powertrain to either the front wheels or all the wheels depending on your choice is an 8-speed automatic transmission unit. The older generations suffered from a laggy transmission setup that presented issues when downshifting. 

Models

Toyota RAV4 LE*

Mazda CX-5 Sport*

Kia Sorento L*

Hyundai Santa Fe SE*

MSRP

$25,950

$25,090

$26,690

$25,900

Engine

2.5L Inline-4

2.5L Inline-4

2.4L Inline-4

2.4L Inline-4

Drivetrain

FWD

FWD

FWD

FWD

Transmission

8-Speed Automatic

6-Speed Automatic

6-Speed Automatic

8-Speed Automatic

Power (hp @ rpm)

203@6,600

187@6,000

185@6,000

185@6,000 

Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)

184@5,000

186@4,000

178@4,000

178@4,000

*figures from 2020 model year for reference

In front of the prowess of the Toyota RAV4, its rivals easily fade away. The Mazda CX-5 is the closest competitor by marginally inching out the South Korean corporate cousins, the Kia Sorento and the Hyundai Santa Fe

An additional benefit of the Toyota RAV4 is the torque-vectoring differential that helps in maintaining the line on tight curves and yet helps in saving fuel at high speeds.

How fast can the Toyota RAV4 go?

With the available drive modes, select the Sport mode and put the Toyota RAV4 on an empty strip of land. Bury the pedal to the floor, and the RAV4 will charge forward in a jiffy. While it starts out quite strong, the engine gets saturated pretty quickly. 

And so, the Toyota RAV4 completes the 0-60 mph run in a relaxed 9.1 seconds and takes 16.6 seconds to complete the quarter-mile. For a ride that claims to be an adventurer, this is mediocre at best. 

Models

Toyota RAV4 LE*

Mazda CX-5 Sport*

Kia Sorento L*

Hyundai Santa Fe SE*

0-60 MPH (sec)

9.1 

8.7 

8.9 

8.4 

Quarter Mile (sec)

16.6 

N/A

16.7 

16.3 

Top Speed (MPH)

130

130

123

N/A

Engine

2.5L Inline-4

2.5L Inline-4

2.4L Inline-4

2.4L Inline-4

*figures from 2020 model year for reference

Amongst its rivals, the fastest one is the Hyundai Santa Fe followed by the Mazda CX-5. The Kia Sorento and Toyota RAV4 remain close mostly, but the Sorento inches out further since the RAV4 runs out of juice in the mid-revs. 

During the quarter-mile stretches, the RAV4 makes up for lost ground and sits in the second spot while the Kia Sorento slows down marginally. 

Toyota RAV4 Brakes

The Toyota RAV4 comes with usual everyday brakes that are no different than the other Toyotas. The brake starts out firm and remains firm all the way through to the end. Anti-lock brakes make sure that even on a turn you don’t spin out of control. 

The linear performance of the brakes is enough to let the car come to a stop from 60-0 mph in a respectable 124 feet which is not great, but certainly not bad in any regard either. 

Models

Toyota RAV4 LE*

Mazda CX-5 Sport*

Kia Sorento L*

Hyundai Santa Fe SE*

Brake Rotors (Front) (in)

12.0

11.7

12.6

12.6

Brake Rotors (Rear) (in)

11.1

11.9

12.0

12.0

60-0 MPH (ft)

124

125

125

130

Curb Weight (lbs)

3370

3541

3810

3591

*figures from 2020 model year for reference

In comparison to the others, the RAV4 is the lightest and the added fine-tuning of the brakes allows it to put in the shortest stopping distance. The Mazda CX-5 and the Kia Sorento tie in the following spot while the Hyundai Santa Fe is the least tuned and hence takes the longest to come to a stop. 

How is the drive experience of the Toyota RAV4?

The Toyota RAV4 comes with 3 drive modes, Eco, Normal, and Sport. As the name suggests, each mode brings its own flavor and dynamism to the ride. The Normal mode is the default mode the car starts up in and finds a balance between decent throttle response and fuel economy. Push it into Sport mode, and things try to get interesting. The RAV4 entices you as you go higher up the revs, but leaves you high and dry once you touch sweet spots.

The throttle response is higher and you might think you are going faster than you actually are. The road manners are good but nothing out of the ordinary. The TNGA architecture has been put in place to allow a certain sense of versatility to be incorporated into the RAV4, and it has happened to an extent, but it is still not at par with the rivals. 

The suspension setup is well-tuned and keeps the occupants comfortable at all times, and the steering wheel also offers ample response. The weightedness of the steering wheel might be an issue for some who are not accustomed to driving an occasional off-roader. Overall, the brand has tried to incorporate a lot of dynamism but have ended up with another daily driver. 

2021 Toyota RAV4 Fuel Economy

8.0/10

As we talked about earlier, the torque vectoring differential comes in pretty handy with the Toyota RAV4 since it helps in a superior fuel economy. That combined with Toyota’s own refining of the engine has made sure that the crossover can offer one of the best fuel economies in its price. 

The Toyota RAV4 offers 26 MPG in the city, 35 MPG on the highway, and 30 MPG combined which is a remarkable number in its segment. 

Models

Toyota RAV4 LE*

Mazda CX-5 Sport*

Kia Sorento L*

Hyundai Santa Fe SE*

MPG (City)

26

25

22

22

MPG (Highway)

35

31

29

29

MPG (Combined)

30

28

25

25

Fuel Capacity (Gallons)

14.5

14.8

18.8

18.8

Range (City/Hwy/Combined) (mi)

377/508/435

370/459/414

414/545/470

414/545/470

Emission (Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15k mi/yr)

5.0

5.3

6.0

6.0

*figures from 2020 model year for reference

Compared to its opponents, the Mazda CX-5 comes quite close with its numbers but misses the mark by that much. The Kia Sorento and the Hyundai Santa Fe stay out of this discussion since they both offer an inferior fuel economy than the RAV4. 

That being said, the South Korean twins manage to make up ground with their huge fuel tanks that allow them to offer a pretty decent overall range after a full refuel. 

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2021 Toyota RAV4 Interior

8.2/10

Like a quintessential Toyota, the interiors of the RAV4 are laid with prudence. The cabin comes with cloth upholstery all around, and as you move up the trim ladder, you get faux-leather upholstery.
The steering wheel, shifter knob, and the dashboard get the faux-leather wrapping treatment as well as you go up the trim levels. In terms of plushness, there isn’t any, which is kind of a downer since its opponents like the Kia Sorento offer a premium experience at this price.

The seating in the front row is average at best. The seatbacks have ample cushioning and support for the driver and the passenger, but the bottom cushioning is the Achilles heel. The bottom cushioning is hard and hence does not offer much comfort for long journeys. The headroom is spacious too but if you are anywhere over 6 feet, you might find the experience a little cramped than usual. 

Models

Toyota RAV4 LE*

Mazda CX-5 Sport*

Kia Sorento L*

Hyundai Santa Fe SE*

Seating Capacity

5

5

7

5

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

39.5/57.8/41.0

41.0/57.1/41.0

39.5/59.1/44.1

41.2/59.1/44.1

Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

39.5/56.4/37.8

39.0/54.8/39.6

39.3/58.0/39.4

39.2/58.3/40.9

*figures from 2020 model year for reference

The rear seats thankfully are the saving grace as they are more comfortable than the front. It seems as if the folks at Toyota wanted the RAV4 to be a driven car rather than a driver’s car. The rear cabin is roomy and spacious and even the tall guys won’t find much of a hassle there. The only caveat of the rear is that the front seatback storage is provided only behind the passenger seat. The other features of the cabin are:

  • Multifunction steering wheel with tilt and telescopic adjustment
  • Keyless Ignition
  • Climate Control with interior air filtration
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Electrochromatic Inside Rearview Mirror
  • Cupholders and Bottle Holders in door pockets
  • Heated Front Seats
  • Blue Ambient lighting
  • Height Adjustable rear cargo area deck board
  • Multi-terrain selector in the center control
  • Sunvisors with sliding extensions
  • Dual Illuminated vanity mirrors
  • Digital rearview mirror with 
  • 4 One-Touch Power Windows
  • Remote Keyless Power Door Locks
  • Universal Tablet Holder
  • External Temperature Display
  • Bucket Front Seats
  • 8-way Power/6-way Manual Driver Seat with power lumbar support
  • 4-way Manual Passenger Seat Adjustment
  • Cloth Upholstery on Seats

Besides the present standard features, there are a lot of options available that can easily soften the blow of the caveats in the cabin. However, make sure to pick up the accessories that you absolutely need otherwise you might not notice and the price would have shot up sky high. 

What is there to keep me entertained?

Being a daily driver, the RAV4 is going to be your trusty steed after a long day at work. And there would be nothing like some soothing music to put your mind at ease while you drive back home. And to that avail, the Toyota RAV4 comes with an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system that does a decent job at its appointed task. However, the system has started to show signs of aging as the UI and graphics are not as crisp as for a car for the new decade. 

  • 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system
  • 7-inch multi-information driver display
  • 6-speakers sound system
  • HomeLink 
  • Dynamic navigation 
  • Android Auto 
  • Apple CarPlay
  • SiriusXM 
  • Alexa support
  • Five USB ports
  • Voice recognition
  • Wireless smartphone and device charging

Though the standard 6-speaker setup is decent, you are better off picking up the more immersive JBL Audio System with 11 speakers, subwoofers and amplifiers since it will add that extra spice to the music. 

How much cargo space does the Toyota RAV4 have?

Thanks to the remodel, the Toyota RAV4 does not let you down in terms of being utilitarian. The crossover comes with a segment-leading 37.6 cu-ft of cargo space which is more than enough to carry all the supplies for that weekend trip with your family and still have some space left over for a duffle bag.
If that is not enough for you, and you are not planning to take the kids along, then you can always fold the rear seat down and open up the cabin to a 68 cu-ft of space. 

Models

Toyota RAV4 LE*

Mazda CX-5 Sport*

Kia Sorento L*

Hyundai Santa Fe SE*

Cargo Volume (ft3)

37.6

30.9

11.3

35.9

*figures from 2020 model year for reference

In comparison to its adversaries, the Hyundai Santa Fe comes close with its space, and the Mazda CX-5 follows in next. The Kia Sorento is the only one that offers three-rows of seating and hence it takes a massive hit to the cargo space when all the seats are in place.

Additional storage in the RAV4 comes in the form of a glove compartment, passenger seatback storage, bottle holders, door pockets, and cup holders which allow you to carry all the daily supplies. 

2021 Toyota RAV4 Exterior

8.0/10

Ever since the RAV4 got its generational change, the design of the ride went from a 6 to a 9. The current Toyota RAV4 looks sleek, aggressive, and has a remarkable road presence. If it ever passes you by (which is a high probability since it's a bestseller), you will not fail to miss it. 

The headlamps are sharp and blend seamlessly into the fender. And wide lip allows it to have a much more demanding vibe than its predecessors ever did. 

Models

Toyota RAV4 LE*

Mazda CX-5 Sport*

Kia Sorento L*

Hyundai Santa Fe SE*

Curb Weight (lbs)

3370

3541

3810

3591

Length (in)

180.9

179.1

189.0

187.8

Width (in)

73.0

72.5

74.4

74.4

Height (in)

67.0

66.2

66.3

66.1

Ground Clearance (in)

8.4

7.5

7.3

N/A

Wheelbase (in)

105.9

106.2

109.4

108.9

*figures from 2020 model year for reference

That being said, though it has a majestic road presence, it actually does not gobble up a lot of the road. The proportions are compact and impart a much more nimble nature to its overall drive. Walk over to the back, and the sharp LED taillamps with the wide bumper add to the aggressive outlook of the ride. Riding high on 19-inch alloy wheels, it also gets the maximum ground clearance as compared to its rivals, almost an inch more than the closest one in the Mazda CX-5.

The other notable features of the exteriors are:

  • Dual Chrome exhaust tips
  • Powered Side Mirrors with turn signals
  • Privacy glass on all rear side, quarter and liftgate windows
  • Height-adjustable power liftgate with Jam Protection
  • Powered Moonroof
  • Automatic High-Beam LED Headlamps with Daylight Running Lamps
  • LED Taillamps
  • Active grille shutters
  • Low profile roof rails
  • Puddle lights
  • Integrated fog lights
  • 19-inch alloy wheels

With the window of opportunity to customize the car always open, it’s upon you on how you will make it count. People have managed to extract out outrageous paint jobs from the default options available and the RAV4 looks good. So make sure you use the add-on options well. 

2021 Toyota RAV4 Safety

9.0/10

Toyota’s love for reliability and safety is world-renowned. And the same character traits have been inculcated in the Toyota RAV4. And owing to that, the crossover comes with one of the most elaborate safety suites in its price. While it's not as long as the Kia Sorento’s list, it's still respectable. The salient features of the Toyota RAV4’s safety suite are:

  • Toyota Safety Sense
  • Enhanced Vehicle Stability Control (VSC)
  • 8-Dual Stage SRS Airbags
  • Driver side emergency locking retractor (ELR)
  • Front and Rear side-impact door beams
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist
  • Lane Tracing Assist
  • Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
  • Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
  • Automatic High Beams
  • ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
  • Traction Control
  • Emergency Brake Assist
  • Remote Anti-Theft Alarm System
  • Post-Collision Safety System
  • Blind Spot Assist 
  • Lane Departure Warning 

The IIHS has given a Good rating to the Toyota RAV4 along with naming it the 2020 Top Safety Pick for the small/compact SUV segment. Along with that, the NHTSA has granted the car a perfect 5-star rating which further assures you of a safe ride at all times. 

2021 Toyota RAV4 Competition

8.0/10

2021 Toyota RAV4 SUV Vs Mazda CX-5 

The Mazda CX-5 is the chirpiest one of the lot. With its enthusiastic dynamism, it is the perfect example of bringing a fun to drive sedan experience into an SUV. Priced competitively, the CX-5 finds the perfect balance between comfort, technology, and performance. However, the raw prowess for the wilderness that the RAV4 possesses is missing in the Mazda.

Mazda CX-5 SUV

2021 Toyota RAV4 SUV Vs Kia Sorento

The plush option from this lineup with 3 rows of seating is the Kia Sorento. The Kia Sorento has all the options of an upscale crossover in the budget of an economic one. From leather upholstery to ventilated seats, there is nothing it misses out on. However, the caveats arise with the cramped third-row seating, compromised cargo space, and the lower fuel economy, in comparison to the RAV4. 

Kia Sorento SUV

2021 Toyota RAV4 SUV Vs Hyundai Santa Fe

The corporate cousin to the Sorento is the Hyundai Santa Fe. For the ones who do not care much about luxury but want the tell-tale signs of being a safe, reliable, and stylish ride, the Hyundai Santa Fe is the perfect option. Coming as close to the RAV4 as possible, this is the more comfortable option to pick if fuel economy and slightly lower cargo space don’t bother you.

Hyundai Santa-Fe SUV

2021 Toyota RAV4 Final Verdict

6.5/10

An adventurer in the wild yet reliable to a fault, the Toyota RAV4 is for those who want a ride that can do both. With an affinity to thrill you to an extent and yet remain a family ride, the Toyota RAV4 is a stylish crossover in a value-for-money package.

So if you want something that can curb your desire for venturing into the unknown, it's time you head to the Toyota dealership and get a test drive of the 2021 RAV4.

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2021 Toyota RAV4 Overall Reviews


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Thomas D. Lessard

2020 Toyota RAV4

LE 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Comfortable and thrifty

Pros - Considerable gas mileage, seats are very comfortable, adaptive cruise control.

Cons - Keyless ignition,and leather seats are missing

Overall Review

9 /10 Overall Rating

Great gas mileage and easy to manuever in traffic is how my new Rav4 drives.

9/10
Features
9/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
10/10
Dealer Review

BM

Bobby B. May

2020 Toyota RAV4

LE 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

1

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Just the name

Pros - Nothing much

Cons - Loud, faulty abs, no homelink

Overall Review

1 /10 Overall Rating

Well its loud, has issues in the abs, and can't open garage door for you.

1/10
Features
1/10
Interior
1/10
Design
1/10
Safety
1/10
Reliability
1/10
Deal Value
4/10
Dealer Review

AB

Anthony J. Brooks

2020 Toyota RAV4

Limited 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl 8A)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

Responsive acceleration

Pros - Responsive acceleration, comfortable and spacious, LED headlights

Cons - Lane departure sensor is missing

Overall Review

9 /10 Overall Rating

Gas pedal responds real quick and the transmission kicks in for smooth shifts when showing off a little punch on the highways. Love it

10/10
Features
9/10
Interior
10/10
Design
9/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
9/10
Dealer Review

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Top User Reviews

9

User Overall Rating

Comfortable and thrifty

Great gas mileage and easy to manuever in traffic is how my new Rav4 drives.

by Thomas D. Lessard

1

User Overall Rating

Just the name

Well its loud, has issues in the abs, and can't open garage door for you.

by Bobby B. May

9

User Overall Rating

Responsive acceleration

Gas pedal responds real quick and the transmission kicks in for smooth shifts when showing off a little punch on the highways. Love it

by Anthony J. Brooks

10

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Rav4 made for terrains

Refined. That's what I would call it. Vibration less even at highway speeds and even better at low speed manuever or casual off roading. Transmission kicks in real quick and smooth for those "this second downshifts" when needed.

by John L. Wright

9

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Cosy and cushy

With the inclination towards freeway drives, rav4 with the most justified pricing among all the crossovers is the best car I have ever driven.

by Brian K. Fisher

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