Toyota RAV4

Toyota RAV4

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In 1996, the Toyota RAV4 introduced America to the wonders of the car-based SUV. For the first time, consumers could enjoy the benefits of SUV cargo room and ride height combined with the road manners and fuel economy of a family car, and they loved it.

All-new, modern and rugged design. More space, more comfort, more driving pleasure. Integrated Active Drive System: an advanced interactive management system to enhance performance, handling and safety. D-4D ‘Clean Power’ diesel technology.

A super sporty conversion of the RAV4 X is on display today at Geneva Motor Show. The RAV4 Sports
perfectly combines rugged sports styling with an ultimate premium SUV. The RAV4 Sports showcar makes a clear statement of intent with its more sporty front and rear bumper
design, featuring a new radiator grille and integrated front fog lamps. The larger air intake creates a
bold horizontal above the protection shield - which is complemented by a similar protection shield to
the rear.

Posted on by Mike Husleag 0
Toyota is raising car production and its labor force by 50 percent at an upcoming factory in Canada as the Japanese automaker rushes to meet demand in North America. Toyota, which is expected to overtake struggling General Motors as the world’s top auto group in the near future, said it would boost investment in the factory to 1.1 billion Canadian dollars (950 million US) from an originally planned 800 million. The factory, which is due to start operations in early 2008 in Woodstock, (...)
The 2006 Toyota RAV4 Toyota RAV4 . It’s not just all-new. It’s totally redesigned from the inside out. This engineering marvel is over 14 inches longer on the outside and 21% bigger on the inside, with an astounding 40% more cargo capacity. There’s even available third-row seating for more passengers (on Base and Limited grade models). The all-new RAV4 is available in three model grades: Base, Sport and Limited, with two-wheel drive and available Electronic On-Demand four-wheel drive. The 2006 Toyota (...)

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