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.
good car at a fair price
2013 Toyota RAV4Donald - Tamarac, FL03/06/2015
The car is reliable, it handles well and maintenance is minimal.
The only problem I need to address is the gas mileage. I come from driving a Prius 38-40 mpg to 23 mpg but this to be expected. I also have a 2008 Rav 4 that my wife drives and it gets 28 mpg. It seems the more gadgets you have on the car, the lower the gas mileage. Otherwise, it's a great vehicle.
Not Perfect, but a great urban outdoor tropper
2012 Toyota RAV4Brent Murry - Portland, OR11/12/2015
Decent amount of power for a 2.5l four cylinder engine. Accelerates quickly and is fairly nimble in traffic. Feels sturdy enough on marginal rural roads and has great storage capacity. It's a perfect vehicle for those of us who like to car camp with tents, sleeping bags, and stuff.
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