The RAV4 has inspired a loyal and longstanding fanbase, cementing a surefire position in the small-size SUV market.
The iconic RAV4 continues its legacy in the 2017 model, delivering a technologically enhanced compact SUV.
The iconic RAV4 returns for 2015 with some subtle updates and plenty of features and upgrades that have made it famous amongst Toyota fans.
Still fresh after a complete redesign in 2013, the popular 2014 Toyota RAV4 compact crossover vehicle remains a capable people mover with front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive.
Redesigned for 2013, the Toyota RAV4 boasts expressive styling, versatile function, and impressive standard equipment like a backup camera.
The 2012 Toyota RAV4 is a seven passenger compact crossover available with two different engines and the choice of standard FWD or optional 4WD.
A compact SUV, the 2011 Toyota RAV4 is one of the most fuel efficient 7-passenger vehicles, making it a practical and economical crossover.
The 2010 Toyota RAV4 is a compact SUV that has an optional 3rd row of seating which expands seating capacity from five to fit up to seven passengers.
For a five-passenger crossover SUV, the 2009 Toyota RAV4 is an all-around favorite for fuel economy, power, safety, space and ease of driving.
The 2008 Toyota RAV4 is a compact SUV that offers a 3rd row of seating to increase capacity to seven-passengers and has increased the list of items on the standard safety equipment for the new model year.
Updated with new standard safety equipment, the compact 2007 Toyota RAV4 SUV has standard seating for five but is also available with a 3rd row seat which expands that number to seven passengers.
Totally redesigned, the 2006 Toyota RAV4 is a compact SUV that seats five-passengers while running at 30 mpg on the highway.
A compact SUV with seating for five, the 2005 Toyota RAV4 is available with an automatic or manual transmission and 2WD or 4WD.
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The third year of production for the RVA4 featured updated head and tail lights, a new grille and a restyled interior with new seat fabric. The RAV4 convertible was introduced later in 1998. Aside from a full-sized steel spare tire with soft cover being made standard, the RAV4 was unchanged for model years 1999-2000. A larger, more powerful RAV4 was introduced in 2001, offering dramatic new styling. Updates to the upper trim levels and options with a new sports package rounded out the changes for model years 2002-2003.
A mid-cycle update for 2004 offered a new 161 horsepower, 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine, updated interior and exterior styling, stability and traction control, antilock brakes, front airbags, side airbags, full-length head airbags and a six-speaker audio system. 2005 saw no changes along the way to a complete overhaul in design for 2006, which offered a larger frame with more interior room and a new V6 engine.
Side curtain airbags and the addition of front-seat side airbags marked the big changes for 2007. Model year 2008 wouldnt see any changes with a new four-cylinder engine, an updated grille and new bumpers earmarking the big changes for 2009. The RAV4 would roll through model years 2010-2012 unchanged. A redesigned RAV4 was introduced for 2013. It would cross into 2014 unchanged.