Now, Toyota hopes its refurbish 2013 RAV4 can retrieve the top sales spot. The crossover has a sharper, brawnier look than the boxier gregarious model. It also has a redesigned inner and improved fuel wealth. It entrance Wednesday at the Los Angele's Auto Show and will go on sale early on next year.
Toyota will bring over the 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine from the existing RAV4. It gets 176 horsepower, down from 179 in the existing replica because Toyota had to meet more severe production principles. It will be paired with new six-speed broadcasts, which replace the four-speed on the present model. The new broadcast helps it achieve an predictable 24 miles per gallon (9.8 liters per 100 kilometers) in the city and 31 (7.5) on the highway, up from 22 and 28. Toyota will no longer present a V6 engine.
Interior of the Car:
The main variation here is that Toyota will no longer offer a possible third-row seat, which had prolonged the RAV4's capability to seven. But second-row traveler will have more leg room thanks to thinner front seating. The freight area is also longer and deeper than the preceding model. When the second row is folded down, the RAV4 boasts 73.4 cubic feet of freight space, which is additional than the CR-V or Escape. An endorsement camera is now normal on every trim level, as it is on the CR-V.
Exterior of the Car:
The design is more carve and spectacular than the current RAV4, with a inclined hood and more famous front and rear fenders. Toyota is beginning a roof-hinged lift gate on the new RAV4, a break from its preceding side-hinged rear doors. The company says the new lift gate will make the car easier to load from a restrain. The new RAV4 will also be the first Toyota to have a scheme that routinely shifts from front wheel drive to all wheel drive when the vehicle is increase speed or when it senses wheel slippage.
Price of the Car:
Not yet unconfined, but imagine it to be in the $22,500 to $23,000 range in this hotly challenge and crowded section of the market.