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Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale

10,000.00

date of manufacture: 2010-12
Engine: 2200 cm³, 150 hp (110kW)
fuel type: Diesel
Vehicle body type: SUV
Number of doors: 4/5
Drive wheels: All wheel drive (4х4)
Gearbox: Mechanical
Steering wheel position: On the left
Rim diameter: R17
number of seats: 5
Country of first registration: France
CO₂ emissions: ~ 159 g / km

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Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale

 

SUSPENSION AND STEERING

Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale
Front Tires P215/70R16
Power Steering Electric-assist power rack-and-pinion steering
Rear Anti-Roll Bar Rear stabilizer bar
Rear Suspension Independent rear suspension
Spare Tire Full-size spare tire
Turning Circle 11.4-meter turning circle diameter
Wheel Type 16” steel wheels

Details about SUV

Price for the car

Toyota Rav4 for sale

 

MECHANICAL

DriveTrain Front-wheel drive
Engine Name 2.5L L4 DOHC 16-valve
Stability Control Yes
Traction Control Yes
Transmission 4-speed automatic transmission

 

DIMENSIONS

Cargo Capacity 1015 L
Curb Weight 1524 kg
Front Headroom 1037 mm
Front Legroom 1062 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 60 L
Gross Vehicle Weight 2005 kg
Height 1685 mm
Length 4620 mm
Max Trailer Weight 680 kg
Maximum Cargo Capacity 2074 L
Rear Headroom 1008 mm
Rear Legroom 973 mm
Wheelbase 2660 mm
Width 1815 mm

 

COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE

AM/FM stereo radio AM/FM stereo radio with auxiliary input jack
Air Conditionning Air conditioning
Antenna Roof-mounted antenna
Cruise Control Yes
Driver Vanity Mirror Driver-side vanity mirror
Front Wipers Variable intermittent windshield wipers
Graphic Equalizer Auto Sound Levelizer (ASL)
Illuminated Entry Yes
Number of Speakers 6 speakers
Passenger Vanity Mirror Front passenger-side vanity mirror
And Power Door Locks Yes
For Power Outlet 12-volt power outlet
Power Windows Power windows with driver one-touch up/down feature
Reading Light Front reading lights
Rear Heating Rear-seat ventilation ducts
And Rear View Mirror Day/night rear view mirror
Rear Wipers Intermittent rear window wiper
Remote Keyless Entry Yes
Single CD CD/MP3/WMA player
Special Features Cargo area tie-down hooks
Steering Wheel Adjustment Tilt and telescopic steering wheel
Trunk Light Cargo area light
Wiper Defroster Windshield wiper defroster

 

EXTERIOR DETAILS

Bumper Colour Body-color bumpers
Door Handles Black door handles
Exterior Decoration LED taillights
Exterior Mirror Colour Body-color outside mirrors
Headlight Type Halogen headlamps
Heated Exterior Mirrors Heated outside mirrors
Mudguard Front and rear splash guards
Power Exterior Mirrors Power-adjustable outside mirrors with integrated turn signals
Rear Spoiler Yes
Rear Window Defroster Yes

 

INTERIOR DETAILS

Clock Digital clock
Door Ajar Warning Yes
Floor Mats Front and rear floor mats
Folding Rear Seats 60/40-split folding rear bench seat
For FrontSeats.ActiveHeadrests Active front headrests
FrontSeats.DriverForeAft Fore/Aft Driver adjustement
The FrontSeats.DriverHeight Height-adjustable driver’s seat
FrontSeats.DriverRecline Driver’s seat recline
Our FrontSeats.FrontSeatBackStorage Front seatback storage
FrontSeats.FrontSeatType Front bucket seats
Toyota FrontSeats.PassengerForeAft Fore/aft passenger seat adjustable
FrontSeats.PassengerRecline Recline passenger seat
Instrumentation Type Analog instrumentation
Low Fuel Warning Yes
Low Washer Fluid Warning Yes
Number of Cup Holders Front and rear cupholders
Outside Temperature Gauge Outside temperature display
Overhead Console Overhead sunglasses Storage
Rear Center Armrest Rear-seat fold-down armrest
Rear Seat Type Rear bench seat
Seat Trim Cloth seats
Tachometer Yes
Water Temperature Gauge Engine temperature display

 

SAFETY

Anti-Lock Brakes Anti-lock brakes
Brake Assist Brake assist
Brake Type 4-wheel disc
Child Seat Anchor Child seat anchor
Child-proof Locks Rear-door child safety locks
Driver Airbag Driver-side front airbag
Electronic brake force distribution Electronic brake force distrbution
Front Seat Belts Height adjustable
Ignition Disable Theft-deterrent engine immobilizer
Passenger Airbag Passenger-side front airbag
Rear Airbag Rear side airbags
Roof Side Curtain Side curtain airbags
Side Airbag Front side airbags

 

 

Specs

 

Since the first generation of Toyota’s RAV4

(Recreational Active Vehicle with 4 Wheel-Drive)

was launched in Europe in 1994, over one million customers

have come to appreciate its compactness, manoeuvrability and

versatility, allied to the dependability of the most advanced

four-wheel drive system in the segment.

Though the compact SUV share of the European market has

versatility and sense of security a compact SUV provides,

but have less requirement for 4WD

remained steady at just below 5% of total vehicle sales,

the segment

has recently attracted a new group of customers for whom an SUV

purchase represents a more emotional than rational proposition.

These customers still value the high driving position,

interior roominess,

versatility and sense of security a compact SUV provides,

but have less

requirement for 4WD. Rather, they place

more emphasis on distinctive,

sophisticated styling, premium quality

interior design and fuel efficient,

environmentally-friendly performance combined

with an engaging driving experience.

Making its European debut at this year’s

Geneva motor show, the new,

expanded RAV4 2010 model range

fulfils each of these demands while sacrificing

none of the core values of Toyota’s compact SUV.

 

Unseen facts

 

Instantly identifying it as the latest addition to the

Toyota family, the RAV4 2010 features a new, while perceived quality is further improved by

more sophisticated, chrome-accented front design,

emphasising the vehicle’s wide track and stable stance.

Showcasing Toyota’s unique Easy Flat seating system,

the RAV4 2010 interior retains all the practical, while perceived quality is further improved by

flexible versatility its active lifestyle customers

have come to expect from the compact SUV, while perceived quality is further improved by

while perceived quality is further improved by

the availability of new leather/Alcantara seat upholstery.

Offering an expanded range of 2WD and 4WD variants,

the entire RAV4 2010 engine line-up benefits from

Toyota Optimal Drive technologies,

have come to expect from the compact SUV, while perceived quality is further improved by

while perceived quality is further improved by

resulting in low emissions and fuel consumption.

The 4WD variant returns class-leading emissions and fuel consumption,

both for Multidrive S and manual transmission

versions of the 2.0 litre Valvematic petrol engine,

have come to expect from the compact SUV, while perceived quality is further improved by

while perceived quality is further improved by

as well as manual and automatic 2.2 D-4D 150 diesel models.

The RAV4 2010 range offers customers greater flexibility in selecting their ideal

grade and powertrain combination. The four grades -UP1, UP2,

Leather/Alcantara and Premium- are now available with a wider choice of engines

 

 

Exterior design

 

The latest generation of Toyota’s dynamic,

compact SUV features an all new,

more sophisticated front design which

combines stylish, urban-chic aesthetics

with the image of durability expected from a

vehicle with its class-leading four-wheel drive credentials.

A new wider, horizontal bar-type radiator grille design reminiscent of

the Verso and Avensis instantly identifies the RAV4 2010 as the latest

addition to the Toyota family.

 

It is framed by new headlights,

incorporating projector-type low beam lamps,

which are integrated into a while perceived quality is further improved by

new bonnet and front wing design which

have come to expect from the compact SUV, while perceived quality is further improved by

while perceived quality is further improved by

emphasis the car’s wide track and dynamic posture.

A new, full-width, aerodynamically styled front bumper accentuates the

compact SUV’s stable stance. The addition of chrome accents to the radiator grille,

bonnet moulding and fog lamp surrounds reinforce the premium quality of the new design.

In profile, the RAV4 2010 inherits the combination of space-efficient packaging,

rising belt-line and distinctive silhouette that has hallmarked successive generations

of Toyota’s compact SUV.

To the rear, flanked by prominent, high-visibility Light Emitting Diodes (LED)

lamp clusters, the side hung back door is deeply indented into the rear bumper,

providing a practical, flat and level access step to the interior loadspace.

have come to expect from the compact SUV, while perceived quality is further improved by

while perceived quality is further improved by

The back door features an integral roof spoiler which houses the high-mounted, LED stop light.

The RAV4 2010 will be available in a choice of ten body colours, while perceived quality is further improved by

including three new to the model range: Pearl White, Dark Steel and Regency Red.

 

Toyota Optimal Drive Applied to the entire engine line-up

 

— Class-leading CO2 emission for 4WD compact SUV’s

— The most advanced 4WD system in the segment

Sports Utility Vehicles are under increasing pressure to improve

their environmental performance.

Reinforcing Toyota’s lead in environmentally-friendly, sustainable mobility,

the entire RAV4 2020 engine line-up benefits from Toyota Optimal Drive,

a range of technologies introduced at the 2008 Paris motor show.

Toyota Optimal Drive showcases a combination of wide-ranging

advanced technologies and internal improvement programmes designed

to optimise the balance of performance and driving enjoyment with fuel economy and low emissions.

These diverse core technologies focus on three key aspects of powertrain development:

firstly, the reduction of powertrain weight through the use of super-lightweight and highly

compact engine components and transmissions secondly, the minimisation of friction and

mechanical losses and thirdly, the maximisation of combustion efficiency.

Equipped with Toyota Optimal Drive, the RAV4 2010 engine range offers

an unmatched balance between outstanding, front- and four-wheel drive

performance and class-leading CO2 emissions in both petrol and diesel variants.

 

2.0 litre Valvematic petrol engine

Not much has changed for 2020, unsurprising since the RAV4 Hybrid was new for 2019.

The mid-range XLE model now comes with a powered driver’s seat,

and heated front seats have moved to the Weather package from the

Convenience package. Android Auto joins the list of standard features alongside SiriusXM satellite radio.

 

Android Auto will make 2020 RAV4 Hybrid buyers happy

Perhaps the most commonly asked question by subscribers on my “Toyotajeff”

YouTube channel is about Android Auto and will it be offered on each Toyota model.

This popular application was added to many of the 2020 vehicles, including 2020 Camry.

There was intense speculation about whether it would be made standard

on the 2020 RAV4 and 2020 RAV4 Hybrid as well.

Fortunately for people in the market for a new RAV4,

Android Auto is included in all 2020 RAV4 and RAV4 Hybrid vehicles.

Android Auto, of course, makes it simple and less distracting for drivers

to perform navigation, phone, messaging and music functions.

 

Moonroof no longer standard

Previously for the redesigned 2019 RAV4 people probably knew to

expect a standard power moonroof on the XLE trim level.

This has changed for 2020. If you are researching the XLE or

XLE Hybrid levels, it is important to know you will no longer have a standard moonroof.

This is now part of the Convenience Package, which contains moonroof and power liftgate. While this is a minor annoyance to some people not having this standard, I have learned that others are just as happy not having it. Some people stated they never use the moonroof they currently have, so why pay for it.

 

Power driver’s seat on 2020 RAV4 Hybrid

Speaking of the XLE Hybrid, last year this power seat was not standard equipment and was included in the Convenience Package. Now for the 2020 RAV4 and RAV4 Hybrids, this 8-way power seat is standard on all levels XLE and above.

I think this actually makes sense. More people expect a standard power driver’s seat over a moonroof, so this move should satisfy more of the public. The others just need to remember to select Convenience Package to get both.

 

2020 RAV4 Limited Hybrid rocks

Toyota has made its JBL sound system standard on all 2020 RAV4 Limited and Limited Hybrid models without having to upgrade. This was not the case for 2019. Now passengers can enjoy premium sound with 11 speakers in 9 different locations throughout the cabin, including an 800-watt amplifier and subwoofer.

 

Heated seats in a new package

You can find heated seats on the 2020 RAV4 XLE Hybrid in the Weather Package instead of the Convenience Package. A little shuffling of the package lineup here. This feature is standard on the XSE Hybrid and Limited Hybrid for 2020.

Rarely does pricing decrease from one model year to the next. We all know it increases to some degree. We just hope this is a low number.

The 2020 RAV4 XLE Hybrid went down in price this year, falling to $29,395 from $29,650. A difference of $255 (do you like how I worked this into the title of this section?). A small increase is seen in the LE Hybrid, from an MSRP of $27,850 in 2019 to $28,100 this year.

Aside from being a smart value purchase, Toyota RAV4 Hybrid has a couple other essential “reasons to buy”. Performance drivers will appreciate the 219 net system horsepower you get, while fuel-conscious buyers will certainly enjoy the money they can save at the gas pump (40mpg combined).

What do you think about 2020 Toyota RAV4? Do you own either a gasoline or hybrid version and what has been your experience with your vehicle so far? What type of gas mileage are you seeing? Will you be in the market for a small SUV in the near future and will RAV4 be on your shopping list?

 

Others

Glad to see Android Auto (finally) gets added to the RAV4. Wondering if they have addressed the fuel tank issue for the 2020 where it gets prematurely filled, which then limits the range. A number of 2019 RAV4 Hybrid owners have struggled with this issue, and to date Toyota has not had a fix for the 2019’s.

RAV4 Prime takes charge as the quickest, most powerful RAV4 yet. Surprisingly enough, it’s also the most efficient. Discover how much you can save with this plug-in hybrid’s ability to drive on electricity and seamlessly switch to hybrid mode when the charge runs out.

 

Multimedia on the Move

Enjoy a multimedia system that provides Apple CarPlay integration for your iPhone, Android Auto for compatible Android devices, Amazon Alexa compatibility, and SiriusXM (includes 3-month All Access trial subscription).

 

Top 10 Reasons to Buy a 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid – The Pros

1. Superb Fuel Economy

For a vehicle in its class, the combined 40 mpg (41 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway) that the 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid gets is top-notch. You will truly be hard-pressed to find anything better in this segment. This is actually 10 mpg better than what you get on the gas-only RAV4 models. This impressive fuel economy will certainly help you save money at the pump and is probably the main reason why buyers will choose the RAV4 Hybrid.

2. A Comfortable and Relaxing Ride Quality

The RAV4 Hybrid has a remarkably pleasant ride quality. Whether you are taking it out for a long road trip or a short venture about town, the ride quality remains cozy. The RAV4 Hybrid has a suspension that seems capable of handling most bumps and other road surface imperfections. Very little in the way of bumps make their way into the cabin. You can take this vehicle over any road surface without a loss of ride comfort. The seats hold up well for the most part too.

3. Plenty of Cargo Space

There is plenty of space available in the cargo area. In fact, the 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid gets the same 37.5 cubic feet of cargo apace as its gas-only variant. The battery does not eat up any cargo space, and this makes the RAV4 Hybrid one of the best-in-class when it comes to cargo space. You can store bulky items back there without a hassle. The cargo area also has a 12-volt power outlet and tie-down hooks that make the cargo area even more innovative and utilitarian.

4. Only Costs Slightly More Than the Regular RAV4

The gas-only RAV4 has a starting MSRP of just under $26,000, which is pretty decent. The RAV4 Hybrid starts at around $28,100, making it only slightly more expensive than the gas-only version. And, for how much more you will save at the pump, it is the better of the two when it comes to long-term investment. You get all the same things that come on the regular RAV4 but have the benefit of the strong and eco-friendly powertrain.

5. The Sport-Tuned Suspension on the XSE Trim

The XSE trim has an excellent sport-tuned suspension that makes the 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid even more enjoyable to drive. This system keeps the RAV4 Hybrid’s wheels firmly planted on the ground as it rounds through turns. Even snappy, narrow turns are handled well, thereby inspiring driver confidence. The regular suspension works just fine, but the sport-tuned suspension adds even more powerful dynamics to this ride. It’s worth the upgrade.

6. Standard All-Wheel Drive

All-wheel drive comes standard on every RAV4 Hybrid trim level. While this does not necessarily make the vehicle a great off-roader (as it only gets 8.6 inches of ground clearance), it does help with driving during inclement weather. The system handles snow and rain quite well. If you live somewhere that experiences this kind of weather often, the RAV4 Hybrid is a smart choice. It will definitely make you feel secure when the roads are slick.

7. Getting In and Out is Easy

Getting in and out of the 2020 Toyota RAV4 is easy. It is just the right height off of the ground for most people to step in and out without issue. The door frames are tall and wide enough to prevent most people from having to stoop in order to avoid bonking their heads Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale.

8. The Cabin is Spacious

The RAV4 Hybrid has a spacious cabin, which lives up to the expectations for this segment. Four adults can easily stretch their legs out. There will be no bumping elbows against one another or taller rear seat passengers having to slouch down for a lack of head space. Overall, it is cavernous enough and quite cozy Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale.

9. Controls are Easy to Use

The 2020 Toyota RAV4 has some easy-to-use controls. There are enough physical knobs and buttons for the non-tech savvy driver to feel confident using them. Everything is clearly labeled and performs just as expected. Pretty much everything is intuitive, which should make for a quick learning curve on most features Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale.

10. Many Advanced Driver Aids are Standard Features

Cheap Toyota RAV4 adds a lot of advanced driver aids as standard features

on the 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid. The Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) is a suite of driver aids now in its second version. This nifty suite bundles features like a road sign recognition feature, lane tracing, a pre-collision system that comes complete with pedestrian detection, a full-speed range dynamic radar cruise control, a lane departure warning, and automatic high beams. Available features include a blind spot monitoring system and parking sensors on both the front and rear of the vehicle. To top it all off, Toyota offers a zero-cost maintenance plan (which includes roadside assistance) for 2 years or 25,000 miles Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale.

 

 

Reasons Not to Buy a 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid – The Cons

1. The Brakes Feel Artificial

The one thing that hinders the 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid is its brakes. They feel pretty squishy and give the driver hardly any feedback when applying the foot to the brake pedal. It will make you feel less confident about coming to panic stops. At least you can count on all-wheel drive to help, and the XSE’s sport-tuned suspension makes steering at least feel more secure Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale.

2. The Front Passenger Seat is Not as Comfortable as the Rest

There is one low point in terms of comfort. The front passenger seat is not power-adjustable, and having so few options for adjustment make it hard to find a comfortable sitting position. The driver’s seat does not have this problem, the the passenger seat should not have it either. It makes for a bit of discomfort based on a person’s size, and a lot of automakers include power adjustment settings on their front passenger seats. Toyota should probably take a hint from its competitors on this Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale.

3. The Infotainment System’s Interface Still Looks Outdated

Despite having a revamped infotainment system, the 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid still has a system that looks out-of-date. The tablet is fairly basic, but it functions well enough. However, the graphics are not the quality one would expect to find on a brand new interface. The Entune software is also pretty horrendous to use. It seems janky and old. Of course, having smartphone app integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto makes for a nice, easy alternative.

4. A Few Controls Aren’t Easy to Reach

While most of the controls are well-labeled and laid out in an intuitive fashion, some are placed outside of the driver’s reach. Drivers will need to stretch their fingers in order to reach the touchscreen, and the tuning knob and buttons located on the passenger’s side of the screen are touch to get to while driving. This can be pretty distracting and frustrating for the average driver Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale.

How It Stacks Up to the Competition:

2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid vs. 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid

The 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid gets stiff competition from the 2020 Honda CR-V Hybrid. The CR-V Hybrid has a powerful turbocharged engine as part of its powertrain, which gives the vehicle a lot of spunk. The cargo area is absolutely huge, and the cabin is equally spacious in its design. The ride is quite cozy but has a bit of zest to it, and there are a lot of neat, innovative small item storage design elements. The CR-V Hybrid’s one downfall is that its touchscreen can be tricky to try to use, and there is no physical tuning knob available.

2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid vs. 2020 Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid

The 2020 Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid is gaining some ground on the RAV4 Hybrid. It is smaller on the inside and does not have the quickest acceleration. It also does not have all-wheel drive. However, the Niro Hybrid gets a strong EV range and a superb fuel economy. It offers a lot of the same standard features and is more affordable than both the RAV4 Hybrid and CR-V Hybrid Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale.

Conclusion

The 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid is a pretty solid investment if you are going for a hybrid vehicle this model year. It gets a much better fuel economy than its gas-only variant and gives you everything else that is great about the RAV4. Having standard all-wheel drive is especially nice, and the cabin is, for the most part, as comfortable as the ride quality the powertrain and chassis produce Cheap Toyota RAV4 For Sale.

 

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