The Toyota RAV4 EV (All-Electric) is delivered as a new vehicle exclusively to California dealerships, but we think there are plenty of Greater Boston drivers who would love having all the cargo space and versatility of a crossover without the gas bill. So we brought one to our Boston Toyota RAV4 dealership!
We love the redesigned 2013 Toyota RAV4, and we're not shy about telling people about it. While our affection for this capable compact crossover runs deep, it's founded on solid facts. Today, we're sharing the top five attributes that we think make the Toyota RAV4 a winner for Massachusetts drivers.
You can’t control the price of gas, but you can control how much you use. You can change how much gas you use several different ways, from buying a fuel-efficient vehicle like the Toyota Prius to carpooling, but you don’t need to change your life to save at the gas pump. Often the most inefficient part of a vehicle is the driver behind the wheel, which means a couple changes in behavior can make significant improvements in your fuel efficiency.
The all new redesigned 2013 Toyota RAV4 will officially be unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday November 28th. Although it doesn't reveal much, Toyota has released a short teaser video for the car ahead of its official release.
This week, the Toyota Technical Center (TTC) is celebrating its 35th anniversary at its headquarters in Michigan and its other locations in Arizona and California.