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  • 2017 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid XLE in Silver
    18,079 miles
    Dealer:  (2)
    6.6 mi away
    Stock# 275290261
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    $22,550

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    Est. Loan: $411/mo
    Great Deal!Great Deal!
    $3,982 Below Market

    David Stanley Ford of Midwest City - Midwest City / Oklahoma

    Located 7 miles away from Oklahoma City, OK

    Dealer Review:

    Give you the highlights... spent 4 months trying to get the tag, got shorted on my TTL and got hung up on several times. Took me setting across the street with a sign to get them to call back. Have a video of the salesman admitting to hanging up on my wife. Was told to I don't deserve anything because it won't make me happy. So they denied my we owe contract.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2017 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid XLE with AWD/4WD, Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Pre-collision safety system, Stability Control.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: all wheel drive
    32 Combined MPG (34 City/30 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2018 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Limited in Gray
    13,325 miles
    Dealer:  (2)
    16.8 mi away
    Stock# 275283233
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    $28,996

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    Est. Loan: $528/mo

    Fowler Honda - Norman / Oklahoma

    Located 17 miles away from Oklahoma City, OK

    Dealer Review:

    DID NOT HAVE A LEGALLY BINDING CONTRACT, only a “conditional”. Was told I would receive my vehicle back since the finance fell through, only to be strong armed and cornered by a black hearted incompetent sales manager with no empathy, JC and told getting my vehicle back was not an option. Then later bullied into paying $1200 for the SAME vehicle I was told I “couldn’t” get back, from the GM Dan, all because he didn’t want to undo the paperwork and certification for the vehicle he knew was supposed to be returned. BUYER BEWARE! Go to another dealership, and stay away from [non-permissible content removed]. They prey on women, people of color, and the elderly! Save yourself the heartache and financial worry and GO ELSEWHERE!

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2018 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Limited with AWD/4WD, Stability Control, Auto Climate Control, Adaptive Cruise Control, Power Driver Seat.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Drive Wheel Configuration: all wheel drive
    32 Combined MPG (34 City/30 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

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Not your typical hybrid
Trevor Wellman,04/03/2016
Overall: What a wonderful vehicle! I recently traded in my 2011 Honda Accord EXL 4 cyl (Loved that car) for the new 2016 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid Limited and have no regrets. The Rav4 has just as much, if not more get-up-and-go than the Accord and has far superior gas mileage and cargo capacity (obvi). The interior is a delight! The black/beige letherette interior looks so nice with the Black metallic exterior! Definitely a hot car (but not solid black leather hot like my accord...ouch). Performance and Economy: Off the line, you can either have excellent power and torque, normal acceleration, or electric-only acceleration depending on the mood and situation. If pushed right, the car can be gas-free up to about 35mph in eco-mode! I only use EV mode in parking lots or downtown settings, otherwise your Rav4 handles that for you. For maintaining speed, "Pump and Glide" is the way to go! A light foot in eco-mode will allow it to stay gas-free, but power-mode then eco-mode seems to get me the best mpg from a start. Highway merging is superb! So quick as long as nobody slow is in front to stop you.... Excellent passing power, too! Handling: One of the reasons I bought this vehicle was to take my grandparents places with ease. Step in height is excellent and comfort is superb. At first I thought the seats were a bit firm, but they have softened up since. The ride is very car-like and seems to have a bit better maneuverability than my accord. Steering is a bit synthetic, but I guess that is what power steering does? It does not bother me at all. The steering wheel has a very nice, thick feel in my hands. The sensors and cameras help me stay confident on the road. I have not had the chance to drive in a blizzard, yet (thankfully). Safety and Tech: The electronics and safety tech is plenty and helpful. The car looks so sleek with the LED daytime and headlights! I wish the foglights were LED, too. Toyota Safety package is a must! Just make sure to turn off the features before car washes, or the car will go crazy with beeps. The pre-collision system works, too! I wanted to test it out for fun, and it is very confident. I like how the Navigation has a different volume setting than the audio. The voice is very nice and the Tachometer navigation display is very nice. The backup camera is very helpful with turning guides and cross-detection technology! So wonderful to know when a car is coming and I cannot see them. Entune needs a bit of help, but I only ever use Spotify via bluetooth, so it has not been much of an issue for me. The speaker system is better than I was expecting. Speaker placement is good (my accord rattled due to speaker placement). Could use a little bit more fine-tuning for a Limited model. I did not upgrade to JBL, however... I can see myself owning this car for a very long time! It has great looks, gas mileage, and storage. I will soon be moving cross-country and will update my review after. My accord was an excellent vehicle and survived the cross-country journey last year wonderfully. Excited now to test the Rav4 and see how high I can get the gas mileage. Definitely would and have recommended to anyone looking for a new, fuel-efficient vehicle. Even though XLE may look like a better value, I would highly recommend the Limited for the extra tech and aesthetics.
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