How to choose a Toyota RAV4 2018

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Read moreToyota’s new RAV-4 is the company’s first vehicle to use the EV charging technology and the RAV’s battery pack is the most powerful of any new car that we’ve seen yet.

It can go up to 70 miles per charge on a single charge, which means that a typical RAV 4 can be charged in just 15 minutes.

And with the EV battery pack that’s enough to get you from zero to 60 miles in 4.6 hours.

That’s impressive, but it’s not the only thing about the Rav4 that sets it apart from the rest of the Toyota lineup.

It has a rear-mounted camera, which is the first of its kind on a Toyota vehicle.

This camera is the only feature that isn’t exclusive to the R2 or R3, but Toyota claims that the camera helps the vehicle to recognize its surroundings.

And as we mentioned, the camera has a very bright lens, so it can capture more detail in low light conditions.

The RAV gets some upgrades over its predecessor.

The 2018 RAV is a lot cheaper, which may come as a surprise to buyers who expected to shell out $100,000 for a new R2.

The RAV also gets a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine, a more powerful 4.0-liter V6, and a more robust suspension.

The car is a little taller, so you may need to adjust your driving style to accommodate it.

The 2018 R2 comes with a few other changes to the exterior design.

It gets a slightly higher roofline and the grille has been changed.

The front fascia has been removed and replaced with a more prominent grille.

The rear bumper has also been redesigned.

The rear bumper is no longer hidden behind a spoiler, which makes the car easier to see.

The headlights and taillights have also been modified, and they’re larger.

The headlights are longer and more prominent, and the taillight aperture is wider.

There’s a new grille that’s shorter and higher on the R4, and it has an overall grille spoiler that looks a little different.

And, as you can see from the photo below, the headlights and roofline are all slightly different.

The lower spoiler is wider, so there’s no hiding the roof from the viewfinder when driving.

As you can imagine, the rear fascia on the 2018 R4 has a slightly raised roof.

It’s not as dramatic as the one on the 2017 R4.

The design of the grilles on the rear is more open, which helps to give the R5 and R5+ a more aggressive look.

Inside, the R3 and R4 are slightly larger than the R1, and there’s also a little more volume inside.

The 2017 R1 is available with two-door versions, while the 2018 version comes with an optional 4-door.

In addition to the standard driver’s seat, the 2018 model has a smaller cargo area and has a wider floor.

The new R4 gets the same features and is powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine.

Toyota has changed the compression ratio from 2.0 to 1.9, and Toyota says that this engine makes the RIV 4 more powerful than the standard R2, R3 or R4 cars.

The base RIV model gets an EPA-estimated 155 miles per gallon on the highway, and that’s on a range of 200 miles on a full charge.

The standard RIV gets 156 miles per hour on the roads.

The 4-seater comes with the standard 7-speed manual transmission, but the option of an automatic transmission comes with $3,995.

The 4-cylindered engine is rated at 315 horsepower and 335 pound-feet of torque, and is paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission.

The new RIV comes with six-speed automated transmission and is available for $2,499.

The 5-seated RIV also gets the standard seven-speed transmission, which Toyota claims is better for acceleration than the manual transmission.

There are also optional eight-speed gearboxes.

The four-wheel-drive RIV can get up to 85 miles per day on the road.

This makes the rear axle a little heavier than it was on the previous generation.

In fact, the new R3 comes with two rear axles, while in the 2017 model, the only four-wheeled RIV was the manual model.

The 2.6-liter inline-four in the R6 gets a bit more power than the 5.2-liter engine in the previous R3.

The engine also gets more torque and power.

The car gets a standard 20-inch alloy wheels with 225/45R19 Pirelli P Zero tires, which are rated at