2019 Toyota RAV4 Model Review

23/30  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
8.3  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
73.4  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Toyota RAV4?

As the clear market leader in the compact crossover market, the venerable Toyota RAV4 is one of the nation's best selling vehicles. And for good reason. Discerning auto enthusiasts recognize the power, style, and value of this fun and sporty vehicle. Heading into 2019, the RAV4 is boasting an all-new design and upgrades to nearly every feature. The redesigned RAV4 grows by nearly half of an inch in width and 1.2 inches in length. The taller ride height is more than half an inch higher from the ground than the previous model. The superior aerodynamics remain intact with the upright grille and flared fenders. When it arrives this winter, it'll be a top pick among crossover SUVs. Learn more about its changes below.

2019 Toyota RAV4

Technological Achievement With Entune 3.0

Toyota will continue its legacy of offering drivers a myriad of trim options designed to satisfy every personal need and preference. While all trim features for 2019 have not been revealed yet, Toyota has confirmed that the RAV4 will boast an impressive five trim options in the conventional vehicle, with four more trims available for the hybrid powertrain. The Adventure trim is an ideal option for those looking for larger tires and a more rugged style and capability features.

All models will feature a more premium interior than ever before, boasting a standard 7.0-inch infotainment touchscreen featuring the venerable Entune 3.0 software system. Because Toyota wants to ensure that drivers continue to feel connected both on and off the road, the new RAV4 will include a Wi-Fi hotspot as well as Apple CarPlay connectivity and Bluetooth capabilities. Consumers can also choose to upgrade to an even more premium 8.0-inch touchscreen complete with satellite radio and optional navigation services.

Does the RAV4 Have Ample Horsepower for Off Road Adventures?

2019 Toyota RAV4The new RAV4 will share the same engine as the popular Camry sedan, boasting a Dynamic Force 2.5-liter four-cylinder motor. This engine boasts 203 horsepower partnered with 184 lb-ft of torque. All RAV4's come equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. However, drivers seeking more adventure can choose between two separate all-wheel-drive systems. Both all-wheel-drive systems boast the Multi-Terrain Select function, optimizing traction-control on any sort of road condition, including sand, snow, rocks, or mud. All of these capability features combine to ensure drivers maximum peace of mind wherever the road may take you.

Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 in the 2019 RAV4

2019 Toyota RAV4For decades, Toyota has prided itself on its industry-leading safety standards. The patented Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) 2.0. will come standard across the entire RAV4 family of models. The active suite of features includes the previous elements of automatic high-beams, automated emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane-departure warning. Toyota is also rolling out a new standard Lane Tracing Assist function, a self-steering lane-keeping tool designed to keep drivers in the right place at the right time. Optional safety features include blind-spot monitoring and front and rear cross-traffic alert functions.

The friendly and professional Toyota experts at Village Pointe Toyota welcome the opportunity to answer any questions that you might have about the new RAV4. We look forward to serving you today!

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