-Trunk is side opening. I'm short, and can't reach most liftgates to close them.
-Trunk space has large hidden compartments for storage. GREAT plus to having the spare tire on the back.
-Lower cabin noise and better acceleration than my old car had.
-Entertainment system is very basic, but it has USB/AUX and Bluetooth.
-Seat adjustment is great! I'm under 5 feet tall, and my husband's over 6 feet tall. We both can sit comfortably.
-No automatic seats or seat memory.
-Only a 12 gallon gas tank. I have to refill about every week.
Nice running around car
2013 Toyota RAV4Molly Brown - Flowood, MS01/04/2017
Would I recommend? Maybe. The Rav4 is a good looking car and great for running around. It is not the most comfortable ride, however. I feel all the bumps in the road. On a smooth road, it would probably be fine. However, in Mississippi, there is no such road. If it had a nice, smooth ride, I would love it. But the discomforts of being bounced around have me dreaming of the day I can get something a bit nicer. My daughter says the back seat is much more uncomfortable than the front. My only other problem with the car are the headrests. They tilt forward at a bad angle, making me hold my head in an uncomfortable position. To fix that, I took the headrest on the driver's seat out and flipped it backwards. It is totally useless.
2012 Toyota RAV4Darren Crawford - Applegate, CA11/12/2015
Toyota reliability in a very comfortable package. Great gas mileage. Lots of head room for anyone tall (I am 6' 4" and have ample head room). The rear seat leg room is amazing too. Even someone like me can sit in the back seats without having their knees crushed when the front seats are pushed all the way back.
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