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The Toyota RAV4 car is divided into generations:
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The RAV4 is a compact SUV crossover manufactured by Toyota since 1994. The name of this model encodes the features that the manufacturer defines it by, namely "Recreational Active Vehicle with 4-wheel drive" or "Robust Accurate Vehicle with 4-wheel drive." It is interesting to note that not all RAV4 cars are powered by all four wheels.
This model is considered the world's first SUV, meaning a vehicle that has the characteristics of an all-terrain vehicle, but is built on a light car body. Toyota's idea was to create a car for drivers who wanted more luggage space, better visibility, the ability to have all four-wheel drive, and at the same time, the maneuverability and fuel economy of a compact car. By fulfilling these principles, the RAV4 paved the way for a completely new SUV segment, which has not stopped growing since then. After more than a quarter of a century since its debut, the RAV4 was the best-selling SUV in the world in 2018 and 2019, and in 2019, it was the fourth best-selling car overall.
Toyota has released five generations of RAV4 models and six facelifts.
The technical specifications of different Toyota RAV4 models may vary. Below is a summary of the technical data for Toyota RAV4 models in the table:
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Toyota RAV4 XA10 (1995-1998)
The RAV4 made its debut in 1994 as the world's first compact SUV. With this model, a new market segment emerged in the automotive world, eventually becoming one of the most popular.
The first-generation RAV4, known as the XA10, was built on a unique platform sharing common elements with platforms of such models as the Carina and Corolla. The design and development of the car began in 1989, and in the second half of 1991, a 3-door version began production. In 1993, the 5-door version was added to the lineup.
Apart from being the world's first, this model also had other innovations that later became the norm. Among these were the lightweight monocoque body and independent rear suspension. These innovations proved to be a huge success in the car market and were widely recognized. The compact size of the RAV4 and the high driving position made it easy to maneuver, and the responsive handling and passenger comfort were more reminiscent of a hatchback than a four-wheel-drive vehicle. In 1997, Automobile Magazine named the Toyota RAV4 the Car of the Year.
Under the hood, a transversely mounted 2.0-liter gasoline engine with 129 hp provided power to the car. The car was available with either all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive. When it came to transmission, the first-generation RAV4 offered a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic gearbox.
Toyota RAV4 XA10 Facelift (1998-2000)
In 1998, the RAV4 model was refreshed with slightly updated front and rear design, as well as the availability of a three-door soft-top version. In addition to the exterior changes, the power output was increased from 89 kW to 95 kW and 129 hp.
The second generation of the RAV4 (XA20) was introduced at the turn of the millennium in 2000. Like its predecessor, the XA20 was available in both three-door and five-door configurations and was built on the same platform.
The popular RAV4 grew slightly with the second generation. Both the three-door and five-door models were respectively 5.5 cm and 4 cm longer. Buyers appreciated the extra space, as the vehicle was now even more spacious and could carry more luggage, while remaining compact. Externally, the second generation RAV4 features a new design with curved lines and sharp angles. Its sculpted door shields have a unique wave shape that runs throughout the side of the vehicle. Both the five-door and three-door models also have a spare tire mounted on the rear door.
The Toyota RAV4 interior features a two-tone instrument panel with a black upper section and a light gray lower section. This design was inspired by the sporty Corolla hatchback version.
Under the hood, two gasoline engines are offered: a 123 horsepower 1.8-liter and a 150 horsepower 2.0-liter engine. ABS and electronic stability control are also installed.
Toyota RAV4 XA20 Facelift (2003-2006)
In late 2003, the RAV4 design was updated with improved features, and in some markets, new engines were installed. In the US, the safety system was enhanced, and stability control became standard equipment. In the US and Australia, the 2.0L engine was replaced with a new 2.4L engine, capable of producing 160 horsepower. There was also an option to purchase an electric air conditioning system. European models received a new catalyst, which was needed due to the new European emissions policy. The new model also received an electric throttle valve.
In late 2005, Toyota unveiled the third generation RAV4 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. With the release of this model, the three-door version was discontinued in many markets and only the five-door RAV4 was offered.
This generation of RAV4 was produced on a new platform. The front of the car stands out with its widened headlights, which resemble a bio design. The third generation RAV4 also features a new protective engine shield on the bumper, which mostly functions as protection against snow, as it is made of composite materials instead of metal. When viewed from the side, the RAV4 boasts a high body line, and at the back, depending on the market, the car has a spare tire mounted on the tailgate.
The Toyota RAV4 has a spacious interior that has increased by as much as 21%. Even the central console, which stretches from the front to the back, doesn't reduce the feeling of space. The front seats are high, providing good visibility, while the rear seats fold down in a 60/40 split.
Depending on the market, the third-generation RAV4 was sold with gasoline or turbo-diesel engines. It was also available with front or all-wheel drive, and with a five- or six-speed manual or automatic transmission.
Toyota RAV4 XA30 facelift (2008-2010)
In 2008, the RAV4 underwent significant changes in some markets, including a brand-new four-cylinder engine, revamped front and rear sections, and enhanced features such as integrated turn signals in the side mirrors, a rearview camera, satellite navigation, keyless entry, and a multifunction display. The interior largely remained the same.
Toyota RAV4 XA30 facelift (2010-2013)
In 2010, the RAV4 was updated again, with new headlights, a reshaped front bumper with a small spoiler, and a sportier steering wheel. The most significant updates, however, were technical. Toyota introduced the Integrated Active Drive System (IADS), which can distribute torque from 100:0 to 55:45 depending on the road surface. This enabled the car to use fuel more efficiently on dry asphalt.
The fourth generation Toyota RAV4 SUV was introduced in 2012 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The design of this RAV4 was completely revamped and, unlike previous generations, it features a liftgate instead of a side-opening trunk and no longer includes a mounted spare tire.
This model stands out with its changed, more dynamic appearance, which is created by a rounded front and sloping roof. The RAV4's design was created with the same styling as the Toyota Corolla sedan and hatchback. The overall length of the car, compared to its predecessor, is larger by 205mm. The car also features some interesting details, such as a chrome strip that transitions from the radiator grille to the front headlights and sculptural side lines that extend to the rear lights.
The interior of the car maintains spaciousness for both passengers and cargo. The front panel has an original shape, and high-quality materials were used for its production. However, the buttons have a slightly outdated look, and the instrument panel lighting looks somewhat cheap.
Under the hood, Toyota installed diesel, gasoline, and hybrid engine versions to meet the needs of every customer. The fully hybrid system combines a 2.5L Atkinson cycle gasoline engine with an electric motor and a high-voltage generator.
Toyota RAV4 XA40 facelift (2016–2019)
In 2015, Toyota released an update for the XA40 model. The facelift debuted at the international New York Auto Show. The changes included redesigned front and rear LED lights and an updated speedometer dial with a color TFT multifunctional information display.
The fifth and currently the latest generation of Toyota RAV4 was introduced in 2018 at the New York International Auto Show. It is said that until then the only drawback of the car was its modest design that did not reflect its true capabilities, but this trend changed with the fifth generation.
This RAV4 features an angular front design with expanded front headlights and a multi-step A-shaped bumper with grilles. The sculpted door shields are maintained on the sides, but the wheel arches are enlarged. The car's rear has given up its flat shape and offers a protruding, C-shaped rear section.
Inside, all instrument panel lines, except for the round steering wheel and climate control dials, are angular. The central console features a touch screen with the "Toyota Entune 3.0" system. The front seats are very comfortable, and the rear seats are 60/40 split-folding.
The fifth-generation RAV4, built on the GA-K platform, has a 57% stiffer suspension than previous-generation models. The model features a multi-link rear suspension, which, as claimed, provides better handling, less noise in the cabin, and greater driving comfort.
The fifth-generation Toyota RAV4 can be chosen with a petrol engine or one of the three hybrid engine versions.
Toyota RAV4 XA50 facelift (2022–present)
In September 2021, Toyota unveiled the updated RAV4 model. It comes with new LED headlights, new alloy wheels available in silver or black, and a USB-C charging port.