2013 Toyota RAV4
21,902 Miles
$22,995

Medford, OR
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2015 Toyota RAV4
19,546 Miles
$21,695

Rochester, NY
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2014 Toyota RAV4
45,006 Miles
$17,995

Rochester, NY
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2011 Toyota RAV4
71,347 Miles
$12,995

Rochester, NY
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2013 Toyota RAV4
23,977 Miles
$20,999

Superior, WI
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2013 Toyota RAV4
43,915 Miles
$18,295

Rochester, NY
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2014 Toyota RAV4
30,799 Miles
$20,000

Rochester, NY
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2012 Toyota RAV4
73,584 Miles
$20,499

Superior, WI
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2015 Toyota RAV4
39,473 Miles
$21,995

Medford, OR
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2014 Toyota RAV4
27,850 Miles
$19,595

Rochester, NY
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2013 Toyota RAV4
35,320 Miles
$18,795

Rochester, NY
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2012 Toyota RAV4
37,860 Miles
$19,494

Abilene, TX
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2013 Toyota RAV4
43,712 Miles
$17,994

Abilene, TX
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2015 Toyota RAV4
38,551 Miles
$24,594

Abilene, TX
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2015 Toyota RAV4
20,114 Miles
$23,995

Medford, OR
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2014 Toyota RAV4
31,730 Miles
$19,595

Rochester, NY
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2013 Toyota RAV4
26,120 Miles
$19,495

Rochester, NY
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2014 Toyota RAV4
30,069 Miles
$19,195

Rochester, NY
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2013 Toyota RAV4
34,524 Miles
$19,795

Rochester, NY
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2013 Toyota RAV4
34,540 Miles
$20,000

Rochester, NY
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Toyota RAV4 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.4
Performance
3.7
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.9
Maintenance
4.5

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Toyota RAV4 Owner Ratings & Reviews

2015 Toyota RAV4 - Mediocre

East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
After owning my 2015 Toyota Rav4 for five months, and 7,200 miles, there are some things I have observed that I would like to share with you. First thing I have noticed is the fuel economy. Oh wow for a small SUV the Rav does not disappoint. The option to go into eco mode and sport mode really come in handy and help you go farther on a tank of gas. They really should have put that button in an easier spot to access. There is plenty of room for passengers in the rear seats, especially compared to other vehicles in it's class. The rear trunk is quite spacious. There is more than adequate space to accommodate a family of four taking a road trip/week long vacation - with all the luggage and toys included. My Rav has fog lamps, which are a huge plus. I never have trouble seeing at night and... (more)
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There are plenty of hills in my area, and the Rav's acceleration does not disappoint - I remember a time when I was driving around and was going a little higher than the speed limit when a deer jumped out in front of my car. It was dark, but thanks to my Rav's great lights and good braking I was able to stop before anyone, or anything, got hurt.
Pros
Fuel economy Roomy interior Powerful lights
Cons
Handling Roll over feeling

2011 Toyota RAV4 - Reliable, trustworthy, easy to drive

Fitchburg, Wisconsin
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I bought my used Rav 4 because I needed a car that would drive in snowstorms and on slippery highways reliably and safely. I have not been disappointed. Driving two to three 30 mile round trips daily on both highway and local roads in a variety of snow and rain conditions for two harsh Wisconsin winters, I have never slipped, skidded or felt unsafe. I have plowed through 10 to 12-inch snow drifts and negotiated slippery hills, and have been able to work my way out without having to get out a shovel or sand. The all-wheel drive seems very reliable. I have needed no major repairs on this vehicle, except for replacing the battery and tires. It is a comfortable car to drive. While not luxuriously appointed, the seats are comfortable, the heat and air conditioning are very effective, and l... (more)
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For a smaller SUV, the cargo space of this car is very good. I bought a mattress for my daughter and my husband and the furniture store salesmen both doubted my ability to carry it in my Rav4. Hah! I showed them. By putting down the seats and angling the mattress correctly, I carried it easily and proved that this small, 65-year-old, 5-foot woman and her Rav 4 could accomplish the job! In my j... (more)
Pros
Very reliable performance. Good clearance for snow. Excellent performance in bad weather conditions with all-wheel drive, Stable, comfortable ride.
Cons
Very poor field of vision through rear window. It is very difficult to see while backing up how close you are to other vehicles or objects, especially lower objects (such as a sedan versus an SUV), low barriers, etc.

2006 Toyota RAV4 - Works if you're just looking for an SUV that can hold a decent amount of storage

Frederick, Maryland
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
1.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Maintenance
1.0
I purchased my Toyota RAV4 at a dealership simply because it was the only vehicle that I could afford on their lot. I took it for a test drive (not very far), and purchased the vehicle that same day. I love the large amount of storage in the SUV. There are several compartments in the trunk which can be used as extra storage or even more seats if need be. However, the dealership had failed to mention that the engine had an oil consumption problem. Upon further research I discovered many, many Toyota RAV4s of the same kind were also experiencing engine problems. By my third month of having this vehicle my engine gave out and I had a long uphill battle with the dealership on receiving a new engine.
Story
I once took my SUV down a large hill to a creek at the bottom. We were able to drive in the hard gravel and through the grass. We parked by the creek with a queen-sized mattress in the back and spent the night there while using my vehicle as a shelter, and also a DJ.
Pros
Storage Space - I can load up a queen size mattress with the back seats down. Leg Room - I can fit five adults in my vehicle very safely and comfortably. Trunk Space - The trunk door opens horizontally which opens up a wide area for storage. (Also great for tail gating without needing a truck). A/C Unit - My RAV4 cools off faster than any vehicle I have owned, making the hot summer days a little more bearable.
Cons
Engine - oil consumption should have not caused my vehicle to break down (this includes me changing the oil regularly). Driving - the vehicle is not very sturdy on the road. When I make wide turns it feels as though the car will tip over (more than usual with an SUV). Audio/Surround Sound - The volume on the vehicle does not go up as high as I would like, also the aux cord is inside the glove compartment making it nearly impossible to maneuver while driving.