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2016 Toyota RAV4 – Review and Road Test

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The Toyota RAV4 remains a perennial favorite thanks to its compact size, spacious interior, sleek styling and well-deserved reputation for reliability and resale. So, how does it stack up against the competition?

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  1. This is a refresh of a vehicle with MANY problems nobody looks at… mpg could be better it's underpowered (with no high horsepower option to be had) loud sqeaking noises coming from the dash (ongoing problem) many storage nooks that are awkwardly shaped (hard to really use) and did I menchan hard plastics and ugly front end for the refreshed models??? The list goes on…

  2. The Rav4 used to look like a great SUV from 2000 – 2012, now it looks like the usual European family car (Renault Senic , VW Touran,….)

  3. 2016 RAV4 is a lot more exciting than my mom's 2013 RAV4. Love how he's throwing things at the car ?

  4. I wish I watched this video before I bought the Rav4.  Lesson learned.  Never buy a car for the way it looks.  It's what's underneath the hood that counts.

  5. if they the rav is boring to drive then maybe get a manual, coz maybe getting a rav with auto transmission is boring and most of all auto is shit. manual ftw

  6. Ah boring and reliable. I'll take it! People get too emotional about cars, practicality trumps all.

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