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Written on: 06/06/2010 by Loolee (6 reviews written)
I have Toyota Rav 4 which drives really smooth and confortable.
i sold my bmw 3.18 in order to get one of those and i even paid three thousand extra for the same year.
The car has a potentialy stronger engine and pulls very quick when needed.
Although it is getting little bit old now i havent seen any sympthoms yet.
I think the best design of Toyoya Rav 4 is the 2003 2.0 XTR ones. the ones coming after are not nicely designed.
i paid over ten thousand pounds but very happy with… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/05/2009 by rich21bro (2 reviews written)
I really like the Toyota Rav4 2.0 XTR, it drives really well and is very economical. You can tell it's a diesel when you start it up but it's very civilised after that. It also tends to give my wife static shocks but there are some bad points. The reversing sensors are a sick joke as there is a switch in the boot which turns them off so if you don't know this and your wife has borrowed it to go shopping you might, for example, reverse into your next door neighbours car.
Driving is great but… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/01/2009
For a 1,700kg car the Toyota Rav4 2.0 XTR is amazingly economical. Expected worse economy than my BMW 320D when I changed, but has been doing better, averaging 52-53mpg consistently.
The 4WD has made several camping trips and shoots effortless where 2WD drives were being pushed out.
Handling is sprightly given the higher centre of gravity, and the steering gives good feedback.
The engine is very smooth and delivers torque in bucketloads all the way up the rev range. Best diesel engine I've… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/12/2008 by Thomo01 (1 review written)
I do 30,000 miles a year. Had a Volvo S40 before this and thought that was the most comfortable car I've had - however with the Rav 4 I'm even less tired. Compared with the Volvo this is quieter. Engine cruises along nicely. You're sitting higher so don't get as much rain/muck/dirt thrown at the window from other vehicles. Plus I use it in the odd field with 4x4 so very practical and car like. I've owned Audi's, BMW's, Volvo's and a whole load of Fords/Vauxhalls - this is the best by far. The… Read Full Review
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