2013 Toyota RAV4frances skipworth - san antonio, TX04/19/2017
I am trading in my 2013 Rav4 only because on Road trips, I cannot bear the uncomfortable seats. Headrests are pushed forward 7 will not adjust back. The loud cabin noise i can put up with but i need to be comfortable on road trips so i have to part ways with Rav4.
Perfect for pet owners!
2011 Toyota RAV4Melissa - Fredericksburg, VA02/19/2015
It holds more than my Ford Ranger pick up truck.
Dogs can easily jump in and out.
The back area is large enough for a medium sized crate to be in it, and the back seats do not need to be folded down!
I love the back door -- it opens out instead of up. I'm 5'4" and have trouble reaching the doors of those that open up.
Easy to park.
I love it!
2016 Toyota RAV4Becky O'Toole - Mays landing, NJ02/21/2016
This car drives great, handles well in the rain and the light snow I experienced so far. I feel very confident driving this car with my kids in it. Its a great family car tons of room in the cargo area. I can fit the kids big tire wagon, stroller and other things. Also the backseat isn't bad either, i wouldn't mind seating back there on a roadtrip. And the look is very sporty, i dont feel like its a mommy car or I would of never bought it. Lol Overall I love this car.
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