I traded in a Jeep Grand Cherokee on
this vehicle & I am happy with the
additional interior room on the RAV4
as well as the performance. I use my
RAV4 for commuting and mainly city
driving. The RAV4 has more head room
than the Jeep and is more nimble to
park and to drive in traffic. Add to
that approx. 24-29 MPG vs. the Jeep's
16-20 MPG and the fuel saving start to
add up. I recommend this car for
reliability, resale value, quality of
the engine/transmission & for 1-2
passengers especially. Great vehicle.
Interior head room, vertical seat
adjustment, dash layout & great
visibility. Priced between a Corolla
& and a Camry. Good value.
More audio options & of course, this
car with a V6 would be a rocket.
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