2008 Toyota RAV-4 XT-R

New RAV4 is lined up for 2008, ensuring Toyota customers can enjoy some true New Year bargains. With high equipment specifications, competitive on-the-road prices and the benefit of Toyota’s hallmark quality, durability and driving pleasure, they are perfectly positioned and priced to succeed.

The new RAV4 XT-R is set to become the most popular version of Europe’s best-selling SUV, offering customers an upgraded specification that covers all bases in terms of style, comfort and convenience.

Even though it goes beyond the equipment level provided in the XT4 model, the XT-R costs the customer less: taking the full specification into the equation, the total added value is worth £1,565.

Toyota RAV-4 XT-R

On the outside the XT-R is distinguished by its dark-tinted rear privacy glass, new-design six-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels, chrome-finished grille, front under-bumper protection plate and bespoke XT-R badging. In place of a spare wheel there is an easy-to-use tyre repair kit. Deleting the rear-mounted spare means the XT-R gains a wide-opening tailgate.

Tyrol Silver metallic, Carbon Quartz metallic, Dark Blue metallic and Astral Black paint finishes are available, with no extra charge for metallic shades.

The XT-R has a dedicated interior trim finish and is equipped with Bluetooth for hands-free phone operation, with steering wheel-mounted controls. Rear parking sensors complete the added features list, with leather upholstery available as an option.

Toyota RAV-4 XT-R

Apart from the leather upholstery, the XT-R matches the XT4 specification with dual-zone climate control, front fog lamps, heated retractable door mirrors, six-speaker audio system with six-CD autochanger, and sunroof. Manual versions come with Hill-start Assist Control and automatic with Downhill Assist Control, while all versions benefit from Toyota’s Integrated Active Drive system. Passive safety features include a full suite of nine airbags, including a driver’s knee airbag.

The RAV4 XT-R is available with both 2.0 VVT-i petrol and 2.2 D-4D 140 diesel power. A five-speed manual gearbox is standard on the petrol version, with the option of a four-speed automatic transmission; the D-4D is equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox.


2 comments:

well it’s performance were enhanced and they have added some new features, but IMO CR-V is much better than the RAV 4 i won’t settle for less on CR-V.

I don’t really like the rear part of that version of the RAV 4. It seems to be something like that of Pajero. Anyways, I like the interior. It has a touch of sport and luxury at the same time. The control panel seems to be a little confusing and complicated but, the owner can definitely get used to it.

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