The 2011 Toyota RAV feels a little traditional, even though it’s a modern crossover ute, with much more of an emphasis on roadworthy performance than off-road ability—and three rows of seating.
The RAV4’s design is an odd conglomeration of what SUVs were and where they’re going, in terms of both style and layout. While it has a layout and roofline that’s in synch with fresh crossover designs, most of the lineup has some cues that bow to the most rugged SUV designs that were popular a decade or more ago—including the spare tire hanging off the side-opening hatch. And despite a modest redesign, a couple of years ago, which earned it a restyled grille and front bumper, improved fog light trims, and redesigned tail lights, the RAV4 kept its taller, more trucklike stance.
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