Whoever writes all the positive reviews on the Toyota Rav4 Sport definitely did not drive a Chevy Tahoe prior to downsizing, which was a big mistake. For us, it's hard to find the good that outweighs the bad. Hopefully, the Rav4 will have a decent trade-in value as we hope to rid ourselves of it soon. We read tons of information regarding this car. We have not found the economy, comfort, pep, or anything else. Our average mpg is 24, far from the 28. The ride is rough, and the passenger seat and seating area is the most uncomfortable ever! Even the steering wheel is misplaced causing uncomfortable driving if going any distance. Also, very poor stereo sound system and very loud road noise.
Can't think of any other than we like the color.
More comfortable seats, reduce road noise, re-design driver and passenger seat head rest, re-design steering wheel, improve fuel economy, improve stereo sound system, improve interior controls and design, use quality interior materials, adjust performance to avoid constant jack-rabbit starts.
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