2012 Toyota RAV4 Consumer Review: Rav4 vs Rogue

2012 Toyota RAV4 - Consumer Review

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Base 4dr SUV (2.5L 4-cyl. 4-speed Automatic)

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Rav4 vs Rogue
By cigsmh on


2012 Toyota RAV4 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl 4A)


The biggest disappointment with the RAV4 driver position is that I can’t adjust for normal driving. I don’t even want to feel comfortable at least safe.
My right leg and foot is so uncomfortable, it numb, the knee is pressed and hurts.
The muscles are tense. The RAV4 seat has a lot of adjustment but nothing works.
They had the acceleration pedal got stack problem once, and they put it so high from the bottom and also made the bottom incline, and cut the
bottom half of the pedal making it so small; the feet is in terrible position , the position is breaking the feet.
If I knew this issue I would take Rogue or may be CRV.

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The floor angle and pedals position are terrible and breaking knees. If I can't fix it I am going to take a lose and get rid of the car.
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