The RAV4 is a popular choice for a family SUV. It is, however, on the pricey side of affordable vehicles. Depending on the model, the prices can be quite steep, especially if you want to add just a few amenities. Car Cost Canada is here to help, offering you the chance to get a bargain on your new RAV4 by providing you with the dealer invoice price, along with an array of other useful pieces of information, to give you the upper hand in your negotiations. This way you can get the RAV4 you want, at a price that is not going to break the bank. Get your free 2017 RAV4 Car Cost Canada Report, and call 1 866 456 6995 for more information today.
About the Car
The 2017 RAV4 is a compact SUV with five seats standard and either front- or all-wheel drive, competing for head-on with the Honda CR-V. The RAV4’s reputation for practicality and reliability is giving the CR-V a run for its money in the 2016 sales race, selling $286,809, compared to the CR-V’s $293,799 units.
As with any Toyota model, the RAV4 now has a long list of active safety equipment as standard on every model, including the Toyota Safety Sense-P, which consists of a forward-collision warning, lane-departure alert, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, and automatic high-beam headlights. If you’re looking for a family SUV, there aren’t many that can compete with the RAV4 in terms of reliability and practicality. Make sure to get a free Car Cost Canada report at here to see the best price you can get for your next car.
The RAV4 remains as practical as ever, with a versatile and roomy interior, perfect for hauling people and cargo. The RAV4’s cargo area boasts a 38-cubic-foot hold that grows to 73 cubic feet with the back seats folded flat. The more efficient RAV4 hybrid’s battery pack takes up only two cubic feet of cargo space.The RAV4 also has a comfortable and quiet ride, with better noise isolation than some of its competitors, such as the Honda CR-V and the Mazda CX-5.
The safety features and practicality are a great addition to the established Toyota SUV line, but the RAV4 lineup is also a bit pricier than its 2016 predecessor, with a range-topping Platinum all-wheel-drive trim at $37,090. The Platinum includes a monochromatic exterior, a heated steering wheel, a power liftgate, and a 360-degree-view camera system.
So the new RAV4 is a great addition to Toyota’s 2017 lineup, but what are the numbers?
FWD 4dr LE $27,445
FWD 4dr XLE $30,800
AWD 4dr LE $29,710
AWD 4dr XLE $32,950
AWD 4dr SE $36,270
AWD 4dr Limited $38,205
These are the MSRP values, the sticker prices. Check Car Cost Canada, and select your desired model to learn its dealer invoice price, and get an upper hand in the negotiations. Car Cost Canada also includes the advertised and unadvertised cash Incentives, cash rebates, and special financing and lease rates. So don’t go into the dealership without your Car Cost Canada report.