There is a RAV4 for just about everyone, and while we applaud Toyota to add more security technology for 2017, the competition is worth a look, too. The 2017 Toyota RAV4 is the latest in a Long crossover line compact SUVs to gratify the car manufacturer Showrooms.
2017 Toyota Rav4 Design
Toyota spent most of its effort revising and updating inside RAV4 last year, which came in response to the customer’s negative feedback. The RAV4 now uses improved materials, including softer surfaces. It added trim around some dashboard and console components, a digital display in the revised instrument cluster, a 7.0-inch available touch screen and a 12-volt output for the rear plus one Other USB port.
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The exterior of the RAV4 also got a complete nip-and-tuck with new wheel designs. Its tail is sturdy, straight, and has unusual tail lights that are proud of the body. Inside, the dashboard is busy; In our eyes, the simplest RAV4 LE is more consistent than the many RAV4 Platinum trim and surface finishes. The front crossover shift evolves styling elements with the gradually more unusual appearances of the latest Toyota cars, but the rear remains straight and sturdy, with bold taillights. The tail end has been slightly redesigned, with a revised bumper, but only aficionados are likely to spot the difference.
The 2017 Toyota RAV4 comes with a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine that makes 176 hp and 172 lb-ft of torque and can be configured in either front- or four-wheel drive forms. The engine is coupled to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The hybrid RAV4 gets a different engine of 2.5 liters four cylinders coupled to a small electric motor, with 194 hp net. The 2016 model got an EPA rating of 34/31 road from the city and comes in two versions, XLE and Premium.