Revving Up for the 2016 Toyota RAV4

Compact crossover SUVs have taken over roads in the last several years. Providing power, roominess, and an overall size that can handle pretty much every type of road or city, they make great choices. But with so many to choose from, choosing the right one for you can seem overwhelming.

Toyota automakers have done a lot of work to make that decision a little bit simpler. The 2016 Toyota RAV4 offers a comprehensive package in a small body that gets some great upgrades this year. Simply put, the Toyota RAV4 is a crossover you can’t pass up. With retooled electronic safety systems, the addition of a hybrid model, and pleasant handling, the 2016 Toyota RAV4 hits all the right marks.

 

While the RAV4 is the smallest of the Toyota Utility lineup, there’s plenty to it. For 2016 the RAV4 ups its safety credentials, especially with the optional Toyota Safety System, which is new to this year. Features like forward collision warning, automatic pre-collision braking, lane-departure alert, radar-based adaptive cruise control, and a pedestrian pre-collision system, something that plays to the larger future of Toyota safety tech, make the RAV4 about as safe as it is fun. And with a new “Bird’s Eye View Monitor” which utilizes four cameras to give the driver a 360-degree view of their surroundings, you’ll always have peace of mind.

 

Two engine options power the 2016 RAV4. The base V4 with 176 horsepower, and the hybrid model which gets 194 horsepower. The interior styling and design have also seen major upgrades due to customer feedback. The RAV4 now sports soft-touch surfaces and higher quality materials abound. A new digital display gives you a modern feel, and keeps you connected at all times.

 

Here at Serra Toyota of Decatur, we’re extremely excited to the 2016 Toyota RAV4 on those Alabama roads when the vehicle is available this fall. In the meantime, stop by our dealership at 309 Beltline PL for any of your Toyota needs.

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