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2015 Toyota RAV4 Test Drive

In its fourth generation, the 2015 Toyota RAV4 remains a comfortable and competent compact crossover utility vehicle. With a starting price of $23,680 (MSRP) for the base LE, all 2015 Toyota RAV4s come with a 6.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a rearview camera, and steering-wheel-mounted audio and Bluetooth controls. Our loaded 2015 Toyota RAV4 Limited all-wheel drive test vehicle rang in at $33,629 (MSRP). Changes to the 2015 Toyota RAV4 include new 17-inch wheels on RAV4 XLE models, the RAV4 Limited’s power-operated rear hatch with adjustable height settings making its way…

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2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Automotive News 

2015 NYIAS: 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid shows new design

The 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid made its debut at the 2015 New York Auto Show yesterday as the brand’s eighth hybrid offering. “Launching this fall, the RAV4 Hybrid will be targeted towards young adventure-seeking couples looking for a vehicle that provides utility, versatility, capability and excellent fuel efficiency,” Toyota said in a statement. The launch of the new Toyota RAV4 Hybrid also shows the redesigned exterior and upgraded interior of the new RAV4. The gas versions of the Toyota RAV4 will come in four grades: LE, XLE, Limited and the new…

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Toyota RAV4 Hybrid teased ahead of New York Auto Show

Toyota has released a teaser for the new RAV4 Hybrid which will debut at the 2015 New York Auto Show next week. While Toyota didn’t say much besides “a new hybrid joins the family” the teaser just show a little bit of the new design direction Toyota is taking with its popular CUV. Sales of the Toyota RAV4 are going strong with over 267,000 sold in 2014. In Feb. 2015, Toyota sold a total of 41,767 units of the RAV4, a jump of 25.3 percent over the same month in…

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Report: Toyota may consider a new subcompact crossover under the RAV4

CarAdvice recently learned that Toyota could be considering a new subcompact crossover that would be a model below the current compact RAV4. After speaking with Toyota’s Australian product manager, Mark Dobson, CarAdvice learned that Toyota expresses great interest in the subcompact crossover market, which has been growing worldwide according to their market research. Crossovers have been gaining popularity in all car markets as they surrender the need to have more than one car by having single models serve multiple purposes. This is mainly prevalent in countries where the popularity of the…

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