2017 Toyota RAV4
26,739 Miles
$22,000

Charlotte, NC
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2016 Toyota RAV4
31,139 Miles
$25,500

Columbus, OH
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2017 Toyota RAV4
19,066 Miles
$19,800

Atlanta, GA
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2015 Toyota RAV4
32,301 Miles
$20,000

Dallas, TX
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2015 Toyota RAV4
24,194 Miles
$20,000

Atlanta, GA
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2015 Toyota RAV4
37,385 Miles
$18,800

Atlanta, GA
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2017 Toyota RAV4
11,359 Miles
$21,200

Houston, TX
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2015 Toyota RAV4
20,121 Miles
$23,900

Houston, TX
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2017 Toyota RAV4
20,172 Miles
$21,800

Houston, TX
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2017 Toyota RAV4
15,066 Miles
$20,800

Houston, TX
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2015 Toyota RAV4
26,641 Miles
$19,600

Cleveland, OH
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2015 Toyota RAV4
31,723 Miles
$18,300

Cleveland, OH
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2017 Toyota RAV4
10,062 Miles
$20,400

Washington, DC
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2015 Toyota RAV4
35,409 Miles
$18,100

Dallas, TX
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2017 Toyota RAV4
14,106 Miles
$22,500

Dallas, TX
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2015 Toyota RAV4
15,461 Miles
$18,800

Columbus, OH
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2015 Toyota RAV4
21,520 Miles
$21,300

Columbus, OH
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2017 Toyota RAV4
25,175 Miles
$19,800

Columbus, OH
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2015 Toyota RAV4
31,113 Miles
$20,100

Atlanta, GA
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2017 Toyota RAV4
8,040 Miles
$27,900

Philadelphia, PA
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Charlotte, NC Toyota RAV4 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
3.5
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.9
Reliability
4.6
Top Dealers In Charlotte, NC
  1. Hendrick Toyota Scion Concord
  2. Modern Toyota Winston Salem

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2007 Toyota RAV4 -

Kimberly
Charlotte, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
Toyota's RAV4 owns the distinction of being the first bite-size sport-utility vehicle. The RAV4 debuted in 1996 when most SUVs were still unwieldy, body-on-frame beasts. In contrast, the car-based Toyota was small and easy to drive. That it was shaped like a jelly bean hardly seemed to matter. With plenty of sales success behind it, it gave rise to a whole new segment of vehicles often called mini-utes or cute-utes. Like its modern-day competitors, the 2007 Toyota RAV4 isn't so mini anymore. It's still manageably sized and practical for city use, but now there's room for a V6 engine and a third-row seat -- features that would have been unimaginable in the original. During its last redesign in 2006, the vehicle saw the most dramatic changes of its decade-long history. Not only did this ... (more)
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Thanks to the rear-mounted spare tire with the flexible hard shell cover, I avoided major damage to my rear bumper -- someone reversed into my parked RAV -- hit the spare. Big dent to her Accord, minor scratch to tire cover -- did not want the insurance company pulling the rear door apart looking for damage so let it go. Viva the RAV!
Pros
A great ride. The acceleration will surprise you and handling to keep up .
Cons
Cruise control is too choppy. Too small for 3 adults and 2 kids. No 3rd row seats in ours. No aux in on stereo. Several recalls issued so far on this model. Tire pressure sensors failed.

2006 Toyota RAV4 - Great family car.

RAV4 Owner
Charlotte, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
Purchasing this vehicle was a great idea; not only because I am planning on starting a family, but also because it is great for carpooling. I really like the whole "finish" of the vehicle from a sunroof to third-row seating this car has not disappointed me yet. Coming from an Audi, I was so used to being nickeled and dimed for every little thing when it came to maintenance, but with this Toyota I just change oil every 3000 miles. The Rav 4 has a lot of torque for a crossover SUV, and can really surprise anyone that is not expecting all the power that this beast packs. I have the Limited model which is supposed to be the "fancy" version and it sure does show it. I really love how my car has fabric seats instead of leather because it doesn't burn my bottom when I get in the car after bei... (more)
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We always take trips to our local amusement park here in NC, and I will never forget the day that all of our friends came to our house just so they could ride with us in the Rav 4.
Pros
I love the sunroof, and the ability to change the radio/volume from the steering wheel. It includes an aux input. Cheap upkeep as far as maintenance. It's a Toyota so you already know that these cars are made to last.
Cons
Gas mileage is not so great, but it is a v6 engine. Does look a bit like a "girl" car, but that v6 makes it a little more masculine.

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2013 Toyota Camry - Hendrick Toyota Scion Concord

Lara
Concord, North Carolina
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
4.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
I started off living in Charlotte and going to another Toyota dealership. Then I moved to this part of town and have just been going to them ever since. I have been with them for over 10 years. They have always given me great service and never charge me for unnecessary things like when I would go to a regular oil change place.

2016 Toyota Camry - Modern Toyota Winston Salem

SC
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Overall
3.0
Facility
5.0
Process
4.0
Quality
4.0
Service
4.0
They had a decent selection of vehicles and they were willing to discuss prices and negotiate. They were also having some sort of cook out when we were there and offered us lots of food and drinks. I wouldn't say they were the best though, because I felt like they made promises initially that then they couldn't follow through on. It was like they were trying to bait and hook us and were just desperate to make the sale.