2001 Toyota RAV4 User Reviews
4-Door 4X2 shown
- $4,750 - $5,228
- No trim specified for this review
- power (c'mon it's a 4-banger)
Purchased As Used
Bought it with 42k on it, and still going strong at 154k. Still has original clutch. nothing but oil changes and routine maintenance. at 150k I spent $2,000 on new rotors, brakes, shocks/struts. All to be expected. Never one break-down.
Driving impressions; Rides very well, a lot of hwy noise-but that is normal for most high-reving 4 cylinders. Shifts easy. Handles great in WI snowy winters. AC is still ice cold. The convenience of the rear seats reclining and sliding forward and back is rarely found in this vehicle class. The rear seats are a breeze to take in and out. Tons of room when seats are out.
Overall outstanding car. I would be tempted to replace it with the same generation when it dies. Too bad Toyota eliminated the manual transmission in 2005 model...for that reason alone my next car will probably be a Subaru.
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