As Europe’s best-selling 4×4 SUV since 2001, the Toyota RAV4 clearly isn’t short on customer appeal. That hasn’t stopped Toyota from making the range even more attractive with a new special edition model that offers an impressive collection of extra styling, handling and luxury features at a budget-beating price.
Rock-solid quality is at the heart of the new Toyota RAV4 Granite. This special edition version of Europe’s best-selling SUV comes packed with special features that give the car great visual impact both inside and out.
Six Toyota RAV4s have joined East Midlands Ambulance Service, following a successful year-long trial. The 4x4s will be among 40 Fast Response Vehicles (FRVs) in the service’s 490-strong fleet, operated by paramedics and carrying a full range of emergency equipment.
The world’s greatest all-girl pop band have joined up with Toyota to drive into the New Year in a fleet of hit vehicles.
You have seen the ‘story’ many times before: a sluggish selling product is given a mid-life makeover that amounts to little more than a new front grille and a bigger badge on the tailgate. Where the RAV4 is concerned, there is no attempt to weave a silk purse from a sow’s ear.
The tricky balancing act that managers of emergency service vehicle fleets are required to perform has provided the impetus for a major development programme from Toyota Fleet.
Tomorrow Toyota receives the award for Best Small 4×4 in the CAP Used Car of the Year Awards 2000 for its trend setting RAV4 sport utility vehicle.
The all new RAV4 launched this week, is better in every way. Not only is it more spacious inside, quieter, faster and more economical but it also costs less to buy with prices starting at just £13,995. Even parts and servicing costs are lower.