2014 Toyota RAV4 Release, Changes and Price – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Toyota RAV4 Redesign. 2014 Toyota RAV4 Concept is one brand new car from Toyota that was released in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2014 Toyota RAV4 Quotes.
The Toyota RAV4 has come a long way, evolving from what the niche activity vehicle that it originally was in the 1990s to what, for many buyers, is a primary family vehicle a substitute for a mid size sedan. Yet with a more limited lineup in this latest iteration of the RAV4, introduced last year, and redesigned versions of the Ford Escape and Subaru Forester arriving in the past couple of years, the competition is especially strong.
With last year’s redesign, the Toyota RAV4 became better equipped and more value oriented; but at the same time it lost some of the features that had made this model so popular in its last generation like its optional V-6 and third row seat.
2014 Toyota RAV4 Price
For all of you who want to get blind spot monitor and lane departure alert, you must pay higher price. This 2014 Toyota RAV4 will be sold at $23,790 for base price. You can check the detail information about this 2014 Toyota RAV4 in some sites now.
2014 Toyota RAV4 Specs
The new 2014 Toyota RAV4 will come with 2.5 L with 4-cylinder engine system. This engine system will produce 176 Hp and also 172 lb ft. The engine system is supported with 6-speed automatic transmission. This car will be offered with front wheel drive model and you can save more fuel because this car offers fuel economy system. You can also find all-wheel drive model if you want. You just need 7.7 L for 100 km when you choose front wheel drive car and 8.1 L for 100 km for you who choose all-wheel drive type.
The current generation of the RAV4, introduced last year, looks quite a bit different all around, but the differences are most pronounced around the back.
That’s where you might notice that the tailgate-mounted spare tire a RAV4 staple in the past is missing. It’s under the cargo floor in 2014 models, which to us completes the RAV4’s metamorphosis from activity vehicle to family workhorse. It’s far more of a tall hatchback than it used to be, with the profile and stance much more in line with the current norm for the Ford Escape, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Mazda CX-5.
Around back and all around, really the set of cues that that the RAV4 inherits borrows ruthlessly from Toyota’s best-looking crossover, the Venza. The RAV4 has a real underbite in front, and the nose has the same sharp corners and taut fender lines. The shoulder lines look muscular, thanks to the expected upkick in the rear. Meanwhile, pointy taillamps sit high like the ones on a Scion xD. Altogether it adds up to a vehicle that communicates its mission but is by no means voluptuous.
2014 Toyota RAV4 Interior
Safety ratings are top-notch for the most part, but the RAV4 has one unforgivable blemish: a ‘Poor’ rating in the new IIHS small overlap frontal test. Otherwise, the RAV4 ups its safety ante with eight standard airbags, including knee airbags. Bluetooth is also standard across the board; a rearview camera is also included, while Limited models include blind-spot monitors with cross-traffic alerts.
LE, XLE, and Limited models of the 2014 Toyota RAV4 are offered. At the base level, the RAV4 LE comes with power locks, windows, and mirrors; air conditioning; cruise control; tilt/telescoping steering; steering-wheel audio and phone controls; and an AM/FM/CD player controlled, through a 6.1-inch LCD touchscreen. We tend to think that the base RAV4 LE or mid-range XLE models are the best deal. The XLE adds dual-zone automatic climate control; a sunroof; and fog lights, to which the Limited adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Limited include a power driver seat and those 18 inch wheels.
Major options on the RAV4 include navigation on the XLE and Limited, with Entune app connectivity and satellite radio; and on the Limited, a JBL audio system with 576 watts of power and 11 speakers.
Audio systems are noteworthy in the RAV4. For 2014, there are four different levels of Entune touch-screen audio, with the top two levels incorporating the App Suite Bing for search, iHeartRadio and Pandora for audio streaming, OpenTable®, and Yelp for going out, and real-time traffic, weather, fuel prices, sports and stocks.
2014 Toyota RAV4 Exterior
Once upon a time just a couple of model years ago there were V-6 models of the RAV4 that were surprisingly quick; but the current RAV4 gives up those chances of a transcendent upgrade in favor of a better ride and more carlike handling. There’s only a 176-horsepower four-cylinder under the hood now, but the six-speed automatic with sport-shift mode saves it. Consider the 0-60 mph time of under nine seconds, and the RAV4 isn’t quick, but it’s quick enough for most family needs. The new RAV4 is responsive, although never sporty in the same way as a Ford Escape or Subaru Forester XT. Yet at the same time, the RAV4 rides lower, with well-weighted electric power steering and a good sense of center. All-wheel drive is just a $1,400 upgrade, and we like how the system works not only for inclement weather conditions but also for on the road handling. There isn’t much of a range in the way the RAV4 rides and handles, but for a slightly better ride we’d stick with the 17-inch tires on LE and XLE versions.
2014 Toyota RAV4 Engine
How about the performance of this car?… You just need to use 8.9 seconds for first 100 km. It is quicker than the previous RAV4. The acceleration is smoother. For all of you who want to compare this car with the best car’s competitors of this car such as Mazda CX5, Ford, Subaru and some cars from Mitsubishi. This car will be completed with safety features such as 8 airbags, high strength steel cabin, anti lock brakes, electronic brake force distribution, smart top technology, and brake assist.