2017 Toyota RAV4 ratings and reviews

One of the more popular compact SUVs available, the 2017 Toyota RAV4 lives up to expectations. New for the 2017 model year is the addition of the Toyota Safety Sense-P packages as a standard offering. The package includes a lane-departure warning, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, auto high beams, and pre-collision braking. The RAV4 also sees a new trim for 2017, the Platinum trim, which has a power rear liftgate that's foot-activated and also a heated steering wheel. The base model, the RAV4 LE, has numerous standard features, including an Entune audio system with a 6.1-inch display, six speakers, USB, and auxiliary inputs, and Bluetooth. XLE models offer dual-zone climate control and a power moonroof while the SE trim has a sport suspension and rear cross-traffic alert. The engine is a 2.5-liter inline-4-cylinder with a six-speed automatic and 176 horsepower. Front-wheel-drive is standard, but there's the option of upgrading to all-wheel-drive.

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One of the more popular compact SUVs available, the 2017 Toyota RAV4 lives up to expectations. New for the 2017 model year is the addition of the Toyota Safety Sense-P packages as a standard offering. The package includes a lane-departure warning, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, auto high beams, and pre-collision braking. The RAV4 also sees a new trim for 2017, the Platinum trim, which has a power rear liftgate that's foot-activated and also a heated steering wheel. The base model, the RAV4 LE, has numerous standard features, including an Entune audio system with a 6.1-inch display, six speakers, USB, and auxiliary inputs, and Bluetooth. XLE models offer dual-zone climate control and a power moonroof while the SE trim has a sport suspension and rear cross-traffic alert. The engine is a 2.5-liter inline-4-cylinder with a six-speed automatic and 176 horsepower. Front-wheel-drive is standard, but there's the option of upgrading to all-wheel-drive.


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