No complaints here. I purchased as my first car that I am paying for. Dealership was a pleasure to work with. Got it for 21K out the door. Love the 6disc in dash and the control that this car has. It drives like a sedan but is an SUV. Coming from a small car with power nothing, I love all the standard features on this car. Fun and easy to drive, great gas mileage for an SUV, and is big enough to fit me and my friends comfortably.
6-Disc in dash CD player, power everything, power mirror adjuster in center or car for easy access, gas mileage, storage space, 4 Cyl. that feels larger but easy to handle, interior fit and finish.
So far, none! The only thing I can even think of would be make the sunroof standard. But that's just me!
I purchased this vehicle in August. Already with 2200 miles on it. Love it as much as my Camry, that I retired with 268,000 miles. Currently, getting 28 mpg with Shell Gas, driving 64 miles round trip per day. Quiet, quality, great dealership....the base engine is spunky with plenty of pickup...
2006 Toyota RAV4 Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
The more I drive this car,the more I enjoy driving it.It's fun.However,for a top of the line model,many of its functions are on the crude side.ex.the climate control system seems to go full blast to regulate the temp.Also,paying almost 500.00 dollars to install a wiring harness for a trailer hitch is outrageous.
Good drivetrain,good use of space,good gas milage
anticipate why customers buy these vehicles and don't may them pay to re- invent the wheel.
Great turning radius, great gas mileage, great room - for it's class and fuel ecconomy.
Dual zone climate control - saves arguments with riders on shotgun. The Limited is more, but worth it.
Lights left on alarm - none on vehicle (however local dealer said that the car has an auto shut off after 20 minutes left on after the kill off), have the radio antenna integrated in glass, a tad more front leg room - or another configuration to allow aftermarket adjustment.