2010 Toyota RAV4
52,997 Miles
$14,950

Sacramento, CA
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2012 Toyota RAV4
108,125 Miles
$11,806

Sacramento, CA
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2007 Toyota RAV4
94,984 Miles
$9,865

Sacramento, CA
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2006 Toyota RAV4
134,088 Miles
$7,995

Sacramento, CA
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2010 Toyota RAV4
135,170 Miles
$10,666

Sacramento, CA
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2007 Toyota RAV4
104,245 Miles
$10,928

Sacramento, CA
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2006 Toyota RAV4
111,000 Miles
$10,300

Sacramento, CA
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2011 Toyota RAV4
82,038 Miles
$14,995

Sacramento, CA
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2005 Toyota RAV4
158,429 Miles
$6,995

Sacramento, CA
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2011 Toyota RAV4
98,688 Miles
$14,995

Sacramento, CA
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2015 Toyota RAV4
44,278 Miles
$18,777

Sacramento, CA
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2018 Toyota RAV4
19,168 Miles
$24,888

Folsom, CA
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2013 Toyota RAV4
105,000 Miles
$14,998

Sacramento, CA
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2007 Toyota RAV4
102,466 Miles
$9,250

Sacramento, CA
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2017 Toyota RAV4
39,896 Miles
$18,350

Sacramento, CA
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2017 Toyota RAV4
46,289 Miles
$18,750

Sacramento, CA
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2015 Toyota RAV4
24,866 Miles
$21,990

Sacramento, CA
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2015 Toyota RAV4
41,190 Miles
$19,995

Sacramento, CA
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2007 Toyota RAV4
195,874 Miles
$10,999

Sacramento, CA
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2006 Toyota RAV4
113,050 Miles
$7,699

Sacramento, CA
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Sacramento, CA Toyota RAV4 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.4
Performance
3.5
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.9
Reliability
4.6
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2016 Toyota RAV4 - Raves for RAV-4.

Harold
Hidden Valley Lake, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I like the RAV-4 because I trust Toyota vehicles based on previous ownership experience. The base level 2017 RAV-4 LE comes standard with safety features that I appreciate, like lane assist, rear back-up camera, automatic headlights and automatic safety braking. I like sitting up high in a vehicle so I can see over traffic. The back passenger seat feels roomy and comfortable. I like the ability to easily put the rear seats down for more cargo room. I like that two years of maintenance is included with my new vehicle. The heating and cooling systems work well. The 2016 version is quite that the 2006 V-8 model I owned previously.
Story
I remember my excitement driving home from the dealership with my new car. I love the red color. It feels so sporty.
Pros
My favorite things are the safety features, which make me feel more secure. I also like the ability to see my fuel economy and know how many miles I can drive with the amount of gas in the tank. The seats in the LE model are comfortable. I like the optional cargo net that can be installed in the rear that keeps groceries and packages from sliding around.
Cons
Some features I was interested in were not available in the LE model, like driver lumbar support and fog lights. So many of the RAV-4 models I looked at had a black interior which can get warm in sunny areas. The black cloth seats collect lint and need to be vacuumed frequently.

2006 Toyota RAV4 - Good overall value and performance.

Mario
Long Beach, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
My 2006 RAV4 Sport is all in all a pretty solid car. It's fairly fuel efficient, considering it's a 2006. It's a small SUV, which is ideal for Southern California roads and traffic.
Story
We live pretty close to Rancho Palos Verdes, which is a beautiful coastal city. The area is loaded with hills and dips. The RAV can really build up momentum going up and down those hills, as it's a pretty light vehicle, so we accidentally caught some good air time recently! We giggled like we were kids getting that "butterfly" feeling in our stomachs.
Pros
The car has very good pick up and maneuverability as well. It isn't terribly comfortable, but that's not a big concern to me. It's the perfect size to parallel park, which is great for my area, and the car drives very easily. My favorite thing, that I don't think most people utilize, is that you can take the head rest off and lay the seat all the way down until it aligns with the backseat. That essentially makes an impromptu bed if you ever need while on a road trip or otherwise!
Cons
That said, the build quality is average. The additional features for the rear portion (cargo net, privacy shade for cargo) rattle terribly sometimes. The rattling doesn't stop when I take those pieces out, although it does get better. The car isn't overly attractive; its appearance is fairly generic. I am fairly utilitarian with my vehicles though, so this doesn't bother me.

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2013 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid - Toyota Of Orange

MG
Orange, California
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
The salesperson made the experience pleasant and easy. He knew what we needed and our budget and he helped us find the best possible deal for us without trying to up sell. After using the car I would say we got a great deal.