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2013 Toyota RAV4 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Gabriel
Gabriel
Cameron, Missouri
4.0
Great and comfortable.
My vehicle was a certified pre-owned vehicle when I first saw it, and the interior looked pretty good from the look. Wasn't sure how it was going to turn out since I've never driven a SUV before, and this was my first time purchasing an automobile as costly as this. Gave it a few test drives to see how the engine is doing since it had been sitting there for about a month and was about to get auctioned off online. Feeling pretty satisfied, not too much rumbling, loud sounds, or uncomfortable bumps, so I went ahead and made a deal with the dealer. Checked out the interior design, it was pretty good. Leather seats were still attached with no rips or stain at all, and all the electronic equipment was minimally scratched, and the miles were low considering it was driven for four years before. The previous owner kept the car in really good condition. There were no incidents, accidents, or any types of vehicle crash record in its past, and all four of the tires were new. They just got replaced recently. It was an overall good car for a reasonable price.
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
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5.0
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I have owned two cars in my life, and both have been RAV4s (2009 and 2013). The first one got sold after about 18 months of owning it because I moved overseas. I loved that car so much that when I was moving back to the US, I knew that I wanted another RAV4. I think that the size of the car is perfect - it can transport a lot if you are moving from one place to the next, but it is very city-friendly in terms of parking and maneuvering. I bought it in Northern Virginia, so it has handled the mess that is DC traffic. I think moved it across the country to Arizona, where the car has been on more rural adventures. Throughout the time I've owned it (two years), it has performed reliably and comfortably in urban and rural environments, on highways and dirt roads, and in a range of weather conditions (including a very snowy winter). The climate control system inside is powerful, which is key for driving in variable weather conditions. I have had regular maintenance conducted on the vehicle, and I consistently receive comments about how the vehicle seems newer than it actually is. Overall, I would highly recommend the Toyota RAV4.