2017 Toyota RAV4 Reviews

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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #216 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 1

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #216

Good evening Dear readers of this resource! First of all, Happy New Year everyone! All financial success, family well-being, career growth, etc.!

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • Automatic
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #125 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 1

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #125

Impeccable! We no longer take a tent to nature, it’s possible to sleep comfortably in a car together in full height (my height is 182cm), the trailer easily drags, overtaking without problems, although I didn’t turn on sports for 2.5 years!

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • CVT
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #179 - SUV, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 1
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #179 - SUV, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 2
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #179 - SUV, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 3

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #179

It seems that not much time has passed, but for BMW, a review of which is here (

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • Petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • CVT
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #180 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 1

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #180

Hello everyone, my review is for those who choose, everything is honest, as it is ..

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • Automatic
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #220 - station wagon, gasoline engine, 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 1
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #220 - station wagon, gasoline engine, 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 2
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #220 - station wagon, gasoline engine, 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 3

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #220

Hi all! So I decided to write my review about the new Rafik.

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • Station wagon
  • Gasoline engine, 180 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • Automatic
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #75 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 1

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #75

Good afternoon! I would like to debunk the notorious myth about the reliability of Toyota cars. Although, most likely, this does not apply to right-hand drive cars, but there are fewer and fewer of them on the roads. And my car is almost new, I bought it in the summer of 2017, mileage is 25400 km. And two days ago my car passed TO-3, as a result of which I was given a recommendation to change the brake discs! And this is at 25,000 km! At the same time, in three years I have never changed the brake pads and they still have insufficient wear to replace (4 and 9 mm) !!! 37000 discs plus pads, plus work. It is necessary to prepare for 25,000 runs 15,000 rubles for maintenance and another 50,000 rubles for replacing disks! Now I felt the difference between foreign and Russian car assembly. On foreign cars, we never even thought about replacing brake discs up to 100 thousand mileage. By the way, this is my second car from the salon. The first was Renault Fluence, 2011 onwards. I broke up with him at 57,000 runs and there was no question of any replacement of the disks, although I changed the pads during operation. There are low-quality discs, they cannot wear out faster than brake pads! But the official dealer of Toyota the center is bustling and trying to convince me THAT THIS TYPE IS NORMAL! This is what is called an overpayment for the brand. The same "French" go out of their way to win back a buyer, and Toyota can afford to sneeze at the buyer, supposedly others are still standing in line!

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • CVT
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #33 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 1
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #33 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 2
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #33 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 3

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #33

Options Style, 2.5.

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • Automatic
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #175 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 1
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #175 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 2
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #175 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 3

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #175

This is my first review about cars in general and Toyota Rav 4 in particular, although I received a driver's license in 1992. The first cars in those distant times were my father's ZAZ - 968, and then Moskvich - 412. The first personal car in 1999 was (like many probably) the legendary "six" VAZ 2106 1995 onwards. which proezdil a little over a year and sold a little more expensive than bought, especially while in cars and without investing. Then, in chronological order, there were: Volvo - 440, Audi - 80, Toyota Carina, Nissan X-trail, Honda vamos, Subaru Traviq, Toyota Camry. For the past few years, there have been two cars each, the wife periodically drove out accompanied by one, but the lack of driver talent eventually deprived her of such an opportunity, along with this, the need for a second car in the family also disappeared. Each car has its pros and cons, it all depends on the purpose for which the car is purchased. Before Rav - 4, I drove a Camry, (a 2.5-liter automatic, of course, elegans equipment) took it to the Toyota Center of the new in January 2012, in five years I dashed off a little more than 40,000 km. Taking into account the trade-in discount offered by Toyota - Center and a loan at 8%, I changed it to Rav - 4, two liters on a variator in the "Comfort - plus" configuration. The Camry fifty is an excellent device, I can’t even find any minuses in it, except for the clearance and long overhangs. Why did you take the Rav and not the Camry again? To be honest, the front bumper was covered in kotska, which appeared from the first month of ownership (it also affected the fact that I moved from Ixtrail), a couple of times the last two winters I got stuck in snowdrifts near the garage for a long time, getting out of which without outside help did not work , despite the presence of a shovel, boards and other improvised materials. In a word, I wanted to sit higher and on all-wheel drive. By the way, there was an attempt to do this earlier, I considered the same Rav 4 in 2015 (before restyling), only a diesel engine, but I really didn’t like its rigidity on a test drive car.

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • CVT
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #97 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Front-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 1

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #97

Good afternoon. The age-old question is what kind of gasoline to fill in 92 or 95. I don’t want to argue with anyone, I’m also trying to be smart, I rely only on my own experience. Before buying RAV 4, there was a 2008 Corolla, engine 1.6 according to passport 95, but refueled 92 because for 9 years of operation with mileage 126000, there were no problems with the engine, I drove in traffic jams in the city, and several times a year to dalnyak (to the north), the car proved only from the best side, so when the question arose of replacing, of course only Toyota, at the family council they decided to buy RAVik, the cars were available in different colors and configurations. We settled on the "comfort" variator, front-wheel drive. When buying, I asked the dealer techies (not managers) what kind of gasoline to fill, the answer is 95, but there will be no problems with 92. The first tank was filled with 95, then they rolled out 92, they didn’t feel the difference, not in terms of dynamics, not in terms of consumption, they stopped at 92, I don’t want to advise anyone, the car is yours, it’s up to you. As for RAVik himself, everything has already been said before me, about all the pros and cons, there is no point in repeating

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower
  • Front-wheel drive
  • CVT
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #224 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 1
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #224 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 2
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #224 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 3

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #224

Well, we sold Rav 14, took a simple 2L, CVT 1mln150t price tag of that time, and by chance, we went to buy a Sportjah because there were no simple equipment Rav, just at night they brought a couple. Ttt that sportsja did not take. Why ttt ..... yes, because three years later the car was sold with a plus of 200 tons from the purchased one, but not only that. We have already heard enough about the quality of the Korean. For three years, the mileage was 15 thousand, we don’t drive much and not one car in the family. Very dissatisfied with the variator. It seems that the mileage is not great, but the metallic sound from the variator is annoying. We decided to change. We considered Kia Prime, but we don’t get into a diesel engine, and the Jedi engine does not cause peace. Diesel Sorento...but 2.1 million for a Kia....it hurts. We also considered Hyundai N1, but here we and the salon did not agree on trifles ... rugs, they simply did not want to give us rugs and this at a cost of 2.2 per car. True, as soon as I turned around and went to Toyota, they called back and agreed to the carpets ..... but returning is a bad omen. Pradik, of course, he is a pradik, but I don’t like loans. By the way, in Toyota, interior carpets come from the factory, by default. What happened before ... naturally a vaz 2101, eight, gas (well, this is the Volga !!!) 31029 and 3110. Ode, this is not a car - this is a song. Chetyrka, witz, east, fusion, two tricks, ten Lancer. X trail, 31 bodies, this is a wonderful car both externally and interior, the variator is not bad, but after 50 tons it began to howl a little, the stabilization systems on Nissan are better than on Toyota, they work faster. Nissan teana, a dream ..... they owned it for three days, after three days they handed it back, Qashqai in a new body .... they didn’t even leave the salon, they returned the money and forgot about Nissan. Camry 50 and Rav 4 were purchased in '14 because they did not take more risks and experiment, they had time to increase. In general, having considered different options, immediately discarding CVTs, DSG and other GE, as well as a turbo, with their engines from a matchbox, up to 2 million, we decided to update the equal. Complete set chosen style (style), 2.5 liters, automatic, four-wheel drive of course, heated windshield, steering wheel, large display, like even movies you can watch. Comparing with the past, I will say right away that the declared Shumka is just words. Maybe they added it, but in combination with the exhaust system from a two-liter one, it is not felt. In picking 18 wheels, they spoil the comfort, but the stability in cornering is certainly better. Consumption, even with a run of 300 km less than that of a CVT liter by one and a half and gasoline 92, was 95 in the past. I haven’t had to drive yet, but the difference of 35 horses is felt immediately. The complete set completely satisfies the needs, there is no skin and xenon ... but I don’t need them. But the electric seat adjustment is not enough, and the seat cushions themselves would be bigger. Still, having traveled to many salons, different brands, Toyota liked it more. When buying, they "gave" protection, an alarm system, tinting, footboards .... it was a shame to ask for the wind deflectors. I was not satisfied with the presence of a non-switchable wheel pressure sensor, and they are now in all trim levels. Additional set at office. more than 30 thousand, Chinese like that .... a lot of body movement. Or, in the season, just overboard or close your eyes to a burning signaling device, I will close my eyes, since the winter wheels, complete, 17s, are left from the past. Visuality ... this is what you like. There are questions about the exterior, about the cabin ... so now all manufacturers are trying to make it cheaper and easier, for the same money. At current prices for cars, I think that the price tag is equally normal

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • Automatic
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #81 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 1
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #81 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 2
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #81 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 3

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #81

Good day. You will be judged by a review of one of the most popular crossovers in the CIS countries, namely Toyota RAV4, 4th generation, 2017, Russian assembly. There was my review on the site, although I safely forgot the password from the account, I don’t remember the mail, so I’m doing, as they say in our villages, rewriting my previous review.

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • CVT
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #82 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, automatic | Consumer Report, photo 1

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #82

Hello! Guys, I moved to Rav4 ICE 2.5. with TLC 200 4.7l. 2008 and Camry 2013 2.5L. owned two of them went to whom the soul will pull!))

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2.5 l., 180 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • Automatic
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #215 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 1
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #215 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 2
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #215 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 3

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #215

Hello to all Droma readers! We are talking about the new Rav4 in the simplest standard configuration for 2017 with a two-liter engine, a CVT and a plug-in all-wheel drive (awd). So far, of course, this is not even a review, but just a purchase history and first impressions, since I drove only 300 km on the Rafik. I will try to structure the writing into sections for ease of perception. Who is not interested in reading about the choice and calculations - welcome to the final part, where I briefly described my feelings about the car.

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • CVT
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #13 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 1
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #13 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 2
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #13 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 3

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #13

Prologue. A new story for a new car.

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • CVT
  • Steering wheel Left
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2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #227 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 1
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #227 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 2
2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #227 - SUV, 4 generation restyling, petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower, Four-wheel drive, CVT | Consumer Report, photo 3

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review #227

Good day everyone. I am writing a review about a car for the first time, I hope someone will find it useful and help with the choice.

Specifications:

  • 2017 Toyota RAV4
  • Vehicle Year: 2017
  • SUV
  • 4 generation restyling
  • Petrol engine, 2 l., 146 horsepower
  • Four-wheel drive
  • CVT
  • Steering wheel Left
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