Monday, April 16, 2018

Some New Directions for the Toyota RAV4

Here at Keyes Toyota, we've noticed that crossovers and SUVs have taken off in popularity lately. So it's no surprise to us that the Toyota brand has redesigned the Toyota RAV4 to make it even more appealing to drivers. It's also no surprise that the conventional Toyota RAV4 crossover isn't the only one that could be in the works.

The fifth-generation Toyota RAV4 recently made its debut at the New York Auto Show. It's been redesigned and offers more features than ever. There's even an Adventure trim available for anyone who loves to take their crossover on an outdoor excursion through tough terrain. That might not be the only new addition to the Toyota RAV4 lineup though.

That's because a variety of new Toyota models based on this capable crossover are under consideration as well. A three-row version of the Toyota RAV4 that seats up to seven people might make an appearance someday. This was tried once before, but the new platform that's being used to build the Toyota RAV4 could give this newer three-row crossover more legroom and space than ever.

A zero-emission Toyota RAV4 model could also be in the works. The Toyota brand has made some big electric vehicle plans in recent years, so don't be surprised to see a plug-in hybrid or electric version of the Toyota RAV4 in the next few years. In the meantime, keep an eye on this blog to make sure that you're getting the latest news about upcoming Toyota models!

If you're in the market for a dependable crossover or SUV, talk to a Toyota dealer in Los Angeles. Whether you're looking for adventure or need to accommodate a growing family, we'll make it easy to find the kind of vehicle you need. We look forward to assisting you!

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