2013 Toyota RAV4 Values

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2013 model year changes

The 2013 Toyota RAV4 has been completely redesigned, with an all-new look that's sleeker and more aerodynamic, plus new 6-speed automatic transmissions and a newly available Dynamic Torque Control all-wheel drive system. The V6 option is gone, and so is the spare tire hanging off the back-- it's been moved under the cargo floor and the side-hinged rear door replaced by a more conventional top-hinged one. Interior features including several new active and passive safety features (including a Blind Spot monitoring system and Rear Cross Traffic Alert), a back-up camera has been made standard and infotainment systems are all-new.

Competitive comparison

Roomy interior for a compact; good maneuverability; fuel-efficiency; safety features; capable all-wheel-drive system; upgraded connectivity and audio systems

Special features for 2013

The RAV4 was one of the first crossover utility vehicles, and for 2013 it's been redesigned to better fit its common use--by urban and suburban families who want a fuel-efficient, reliable, easy-to-park vehicle. The RAV4 is that, and the new version, with its 6-speed automatic transmission, is more efficient than ever, with EPA ratings of up to 31 mpg highway. An improved all-wheel drive system should also make this vehicle a smart pick for those needing to commute through snowy winters. Otherwise the RAV4 makes a welcome leap ahead in available in-car technology, with both a rearview camera system and Bluetooth connectivity now standard on the entire model line and several other active-safety features now optional.
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