2008 Toyota RAV4
There are 3 user reviews for the Sport I4 4X2 trim shown below
- IT HANDLES EXTREMELY WELL
- BAYBE THE BACK TIRE/AND THE REAR DOOR SWING OUT.?"THIRD ROW"
THE CAR SHIFTING A LOT IN THE SERRIAS/FOUND THE DRIVE THIRD TO FORTH VERY EASY TO US WHEN IN THE MOUNTAINS RATHER THAN STEPING ON THE GAS.......SHE COULD HAVE USED A FIVE SPEED.!...BUT THE MILEAGE FOR A SUV THAT SIZE WAS REMARKABLE OUR FIRST TANK OF GAS TO TAHOE(WE AVERAGED 27.2 )NOT BAD..........CAN'T WAIT TILL IT GETS ICY AROUND OUR DEL/WEBB COMMUNITY TO TEST THE TRACTION CONTROLL OUT.....THE THIRD ROW BACK SET I WOULD HAVE LEFT OUT IT'S ALMOST USLESS UNLESS YOUR A 5 Y/O..AND GETTING IN AND OUT OF THE THIRD ROW AREA IS ARCHAIC...BUT WE DO HAVE THOSE FOUR G/K TO WORRY ABOUT ?...read morehide
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- good looking.
- Terrible gas mileage. No pep.
I traded in my FJ Cruiser for the Rav 4 Sport model 4/2 because I was only getting about 15-16 miles per gallon. I've now had my Rav 4 for about 2 months. The last time I checked the mileage I got, it was under 15 mpg. The Rav 4 is not as solid feeling as the FJ. I just felt safer in it. The Rav 4 also has little pep when you hit the gas, especially after you have turned a corner. It really lags. I'm really disappointed. I'm going to fill up again in a day or so, and if the mileage isn't any better, I'm definitely taking it back and they better find out what's wrong with it....read morehide
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- 21/21 u can't beat that for a SUV.
Handles like a regular four door sedan. Enough room to fit your friends and your stuff.
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