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Behind the wheel of Toyota’s new SUV
When the all-new Toyota RAV4 was revealed earlier this year, there was one question on everyone's minds: Why is it not being offered with a 4x4 variant?The car's name, after all, stands for 'Recreational Activity Vehicle: 4-wheel
Which model's top-of-the-line variant has the most to offer?
The local crossover scene is going to be a busy one this 2019. One needn't look any further than the number of nameplates available to tell the segment's as competitive as it's ever been, and when it comes to
Toyotas don’t get any tougher-looking than this
So I'm sitting inside the car next to Mark, our photographer, for what seems like forever, fiddling with the controls and the infotainment system, doing everything in my power to keep from falling asleep as we wait for security-which, at
A quick lap with the all-new base variant
The all-new Toyota RAV4 has arrived in the Philippines, and with it came a test-drive opportunity. Soon after the launch, we took a quick lap with the base LE variant around Bonifacio Global City. The most striking thing about the
A new crossover joins the fray
This year is going to be a very interesting time for the local crossover market-the segment is absolutely loaded.There's the Forester, the CR-V, the CX-5, and now, the all-new Toyota RAV4. Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has
It’s been launched at the Chicago Auto Show
We've already told you that the fifth-generation Toyota RAV4, which made its Philippine debut this week, won't be offered locally with a four-wheel drivetrain. That has sparked a discussion on our Facebook page as to whether or not
It's a matter of supply and demand
It seems strange that the all-new Toyota RAV4 won't be sold in our market with an all-wheel drive option. It's in the name, for crying out loud: RAV4 stands for 'Recreational Activity Vehicle: 4-wheel drive.' So why
This is one mean-looking machine
The all-new Toyota RAV4 has finally been launched, and the Japanese carmaker's newest crossover looks just as good as advertised.With a design akin to that of Toyota's tougher-looking offerings-the Tacoma likely being the closest source of
Is it worth the P1.638-million asking price?
The all-new Toyota RAV4 has been launched, and the crossover is available locally in three variants-none of which are 4x4s. It's a decision that might raise a few eyebrows, but on the bright side, choosing one from the range
Is this your next crossover?
Good news if you've been eagerly awaiting the all-new Toyota RAV4's Philippine arrival: The vehicle has finally been launched by Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP), and in this story, you will find the model's official prices and variants.But
Finally
Toyota Motor Philippines is officially launching the all-new RAV4 in February, and the company has already sent out its invitations for the official unveiling.Prior to this, the closest anyone in the region has been to the Japanese carmaker's next-
We hope we get this here
The RAV4's first generation, especially as a three-door, was pioneering and not unfunky. Then things went downhill. The outgoing fourth-gen car, which sold mostly as a hybrid, was a visual assault and a dynamic misery.Yet that RAV4 generation
Inching closer and closer to PH
The all-new, fifth-generation Toyota RAV4 broke cover nearly a year ago at the New York International Auto Show. Now, Toyota has just debuted the car in Southeast Asia at the 2019 Singapore Motorshow.The new compact SUV's exterior has
We love the design
There's no denying that the all-new Toyota RAV4-first revealed back in March during the 2018 New York International Auto Show-is one of the nicest-looking next-gen crossovers around. It's sleek and burly, and its
As stylish as ever
The all-new Toyota RAV4 has just debuted at this year's New York International Auto Show. It seems just like yesterday (well, more like 2012) when the fourth-gen one debuted. And while it might take some time before this fifth-
Spoiler: It's not much
It's been a while since there's been anything remotely exciting about Toyota's compact crossover offering, the RAV4. It came out, underwent a refresh in 2015, and then nothing...until now.That hastily PhotoShopped silhouette draped in shadows you see
Old but gold?
I'm going to be honest here: It's been a long time since the Toyota RAV4 has been anywhere near relevant in the local crossover market. Sure, Toyota Motor Philippines managed to sell just a smidgen over 1,000 units in
Which nip and tuck is the best one?
Facelifts. They're meant to inject new life, or at the very least new interest, into vehicles a couple of years or so into their lifespan.There are a number of reasons cars undergo makeovers. Some models undergo facelifts as an answer
It's pricey for a reason
It's quite pricey. At the cash register, the top-of-the-line Toyota RAV4 rings in a cool P2.066 million. But although it costs almost twice as much as a regular compact sedan, it's easy to see why folks
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