2009 Toyota RAV4 User Reviews
Limited I4 4X2 shown
- $12,836 - $15,889
- No trim specified for this review
- Style, ride, cargo space and bluetooth
- None that I have found yet
Purchased As New
After looking at the Honda Accord, Honda CRV, Toyota Camry, Toyota Rav4, and Acura TSX, I purchased my 2009 Toyota Rav4 Limited V6 4x4 almost a month ago - just hit the 1,000 miles mark on it today. This is my first Toyota - I see why people are loyal to the Toyota brand - this is a well built, solid vehicle. The car is fully loaded V6, leather, 4x4, push button smart key ignition, bluetooth, sunroof, JBL 6-CD Premium Audio excluding the Navigation System and the back-up camera. The bluetooth is great - every car manufacturer should be using this technology. No more trying to find my phone to answer it with the bluetooth activated. Premium Audio system rocks! Gas mileage has averaged between 20-22 depending on need for speed plus the majority of driving is city not highway as I live in the city.
This is my first "foreign" car. My last vehicle was a Chrysler made in Mexico - go figure. I have not used the 4x4 yet since I purchased in May, 2009 so I can't comment on how it handles in the snow.
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