2017 Toyota RAV4 SUV Limited 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
The driver's seat is unbearably uncomfortable on long rides. No real armrests that fit a normal person's body if the seat is in the right position. End up with severe back, neck, and shoulder pain after 2 hours which makes me dread longer drives. Had a Highlander before it become an SUV mini-van and loved the seats, the ride, the power, etc. I can't turn off many of the tech features such as beeping every time I go over a line, neither could the service department. It plays music from my IPhone even when I have the audio off so that sometimes the music is playing when on a call and I can't hear the person. MPH is good, engine is okay but not great at acceleration to pass. I miss my Highlander, wish they would bring the old model back, V6, great storage, roomy and comfy.
2017 Toyota RAV4 SUV XLE 4dr SUV AWD (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
Front seats are just average. Height adjustment launches you out of the seat as it tips forward while moving up. Interesting Toyota wants the driver seat comfortable but not the passenger. The new 4cyl motor is just fine for all driving. We have 5000 mi on now and drivability is fine. We replaced our 2003 Highlander with this RAV. The 2003 is still a better car overall than the 2017, only lacking the new safety stuff. The size of the RAV is actually minutely larger than the 2003 Highlander. Should have looked at some of the competing mfg's.
2017 Toyota RAV4 SUV Limited 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
The only thing I can say negatively about my RAV4 is the gas mileage. I had been driving a Prius C where I was getting about 40mpg to the RAV4 and get 28 mpg. Going from a hybrid back to a regular car is a shock. However, I love being higher up off the road and the RAV4 is a pleasure to drive. The only maintenance I have to do are oil changes and tire rotation. Very happy with it.