2013 Toyota RAV4 – Drive Time Review with Steve Hammes

2013 Toyota RAV4 – Drive Time Review with Steve Hammes

Drive Time review of the all-new 2013 Toyota RAV4 Limited AWD by auto critic Steve Hammes. MSRP as tested: $31430.



Francis Ameng says:

We bought a car like this and we love it! It’s best features are the
comfortable and heated seats, blind spot monitoring with rear-cross assist,
large trunk, and power lift gate! Oh and don’t forget the push button smart
key that allows you to unlock the door by simply pulling the handle or lock
them via a touch sensitive pad! This car made our life easier and it is fun
to drive in sport mode

ThousanWhite says:

Speaking of Toyota, any chance of grabbing a Lexus IS?

Grimlock1973 says:

My wife is interested in the rav4 limited or the nissan xterra pro4x.

fernando montano says:

$31, 000 fully equipped it’s a good deal!!!!

mrbigtime81 says:

is this better than my freelander 2 2012?

SoulElitex says:


Billy Sou says:

When I saw this RAV4 — it looks like a baby Highlander. For Toyota — it’s
a good thing.

John Wayne says:

Is there a hybrid version in the works?

triplexxxsatyr says:

Now that’s cool. The rear seats can recline just enough to rest the weary
head. I drove the previous generation of this car and it was a struggle to
ride. I wouldn’t take it out for long drives to Lake Tahoe (from Vegas
where I live) or Lake Havasu. Hopefully, this version is a lot more

Redey1290 says:


TheMichaelRN says:

they could have done a better job in design. more like a refresh than a

dave dunn says:

Zzzzz boring underpowered overpriced and the same engine no direct injection

John Wayne says:

Blame it on the government and the new CAFE (corporate average fuel
economy) regulations.

Toyota4Life says:

Love the looks and the design of the interior.

Lorenzo G. says:

can you please do the new chrysler 300/300c with v6 or v8

DatTriple says:

Definition of appliance car.

TJC450 says:

I love the interior!

ijl05 says:

i miss the V6 🙁

jvrdlc says:

Sti ll miss the powerful V6.. toyota shoulda kept it for customers who
wants power and keep 5 w luggages..

wiki0509 says:

Toyota managed to make their new car lineup even more boring by taking away
the V6 option.

tmwall25 says:

toyota corolla has more ground clearance.

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