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
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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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It's a radical makeover
Just in time for those looking for an attention-grabbing crossover SUV this holiday season, Toyota Motor Philippines has launched the refreshed RAV4 today. This is on track with what we reported back in September.For the RAV4 refresh, the variants have
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