Live The Adventure With Newest RAV4

The venerable Toyota RAV4 is the original compact crossover and brings the new Adventure Grade to the 2018 model year for those looking for a little more off-road capability and rugged styling.

Under the Hood

All non-hybrid 2018 RAV4s are equipped with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 176 horsepower and features variable valve timing, balancing maximum power and fuel efficiency. Hybrid models feature a 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder engine paired with a high-torque electric motor for 194 horsepower.

Power is transferred smoothly and efficiently to the wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission.

An available electronic on-demand all-wheel-drive system gives superior handling and cornering performance as well as an added layer of safety by intelligently transferring power between wheels to maintain maximum traction.

Comfort and Convenience

Five adults fit comfortably in the 2018 RAV4’s interior thanks to ample headroom and 37.2 inches of rear-seat legroom.

The reclining rear setbacks are also split 60/40 for a variety of passenger seating and cargo carrying configurations.

Topping the list of tech features is the advanced Toyota Entune infotainment system that is available in four grades on 2018 RAV4s. The new Adventure models feature a 6.1-inch touchscreen display, a six-speaker audio system, advanced voice recognition and smartphone connectivity for hands-free voice calls, audio streaming and mobile app integrations.

Variations on the Entune system include screen size — up to a high-resolution seven-inch screen — HD Radio with iTunes tagging, a JBL Audio system and a fully integrated turn-by-turn navigation system, among other features.

Safety

Technology doesn’t stop in the infotainment department. Toyota engineers equipped the 2018 RAV4 with the Star Safety System, including traction control, electronic brake force distribution for the vehicle’s antilock disc brakes, stability control and brake assist.

A full set of airbags protects occupants in the event of a collision, and three-point seat belts are standard at all seating locations.

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