Feature 2018 toyota rav4 xle seat covers
Item Type: Interior 2018 toyota rav4 xle seat covers
Item Name: Universal Car Seat Covers
Suite Number: 9 Pieces Set
Compatible Vehicles : Cover Fits all Standard Car Seats
Placement on Vehicle: Front and Rear
2018 toyota rav4 Review
The 2018 toyota rav4 xle seat covers is a two-row SUV with five seats. The front seats are plush and nicely contoured, and the SUV’s large windows provide good visibility in all directions.
The rear seats are comfortable as well. Both rows offer generous headroom and legroom for tall passengers. The interior sports a stylish design, and a number of places on the dashboard are padded with soft-touch plastics. Other areas aren’t so well adorned, however, and some surfaces are constructed of hard and cheap-feeling plastic.
The RAV4’s second row has two full sets of LATCH connectors for securing child car seats. This LATCH system is user-friendly, and all of its upper and lower anchors are easy to find.
Every RAV4 comes equipped with a touch-screen infotainment system. This screen is located high on the dashboard. It reacts quickly to inputs, and working your way through its menus is easy. With physical buttons and knobs for the core audio and climate control settings, you don’t have to rely on the touch screen for every function.
There are a few drawbacks to this infotainment system, though. Its screen can be tough to see in direct sunlight, and it doesn’t support Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, which have become popular features in many other vehicles.
The RAV4 has 38.4 cubic feet of cargo space behind its rear seats and 73.4 cubic feet with these seats folded. For a compact SUV, that’s a lot of cargo room.
These cargo dimensions are for comparative purposes. There is no substitute for visually examining the storage area in any car you’re considering.
The RAV4’s suspension does a nice job of soaking up bumps and dips in the road, yielding a smooth yet stable ride. Overall, it’s a very comfortable SUV for tackling the daily commute, and with 6.5 inches of ground clearance and available all-wheel drive, it can trudge along snow-covered roads without issue.
One caveat is the sport-tuned SE model, which has stiffer springs and shock absorbers. These items sharpen the 2018 toyota rav4 xle seat covers handling slightly, but they reduce ride comfort more than anything. We’d skip this model.
The RAV4 remains cool and composed out on the road. Its four-cylinder engine and six-speed automatic transmission scoot the SUV around town confidently, and this pairing delivers adequate passing power on the highway.
Engine: 2.5-liter four-cylinder with 176 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque
Drivetrain: standard front-wheel drive; available all-wheel drive
Transmission: six-speed automatic transmission
The RAV4 gets decent fuel economy for a compact SUV. A 2018 RAV4 Hybrid model is also available, and it has substantially improved gas mileage.
FWD: 23/30 mpg city/highway
AWD: 22/28 mpg
The RAV4 can handle light towing duties, but its tow rating varies depending on the trim level. Notably, SE models are not rated to tow a trailer.
LE, XLE, Limited, and Platinum: up to 1,500 pounds when properly equipped
Adventure: Up to 2,900 pounds (FWD) or 3,500 pounds (AWD)
The 2018 Honda CR-V tops the RAV4 in a few key areas. The Honda sports a higher-quality cabin, desirable infotainment features like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, superior fuel economy (up to 28/34 mpg city/highway), and a pair of zippier engine options. Both of these crossovers are roomy inside, and they ride quite comfortably on rough roads. The CR-V just feels more enjoyable to drive than the RAV4.
The 2018 Subaru Forester is another alternative to the RAV4. Like the Toyota, the Forester has a roomy interior with generous seating and cargo space. Both compact crossovers ride smoothly over bumps and dips. However, both vehicles also have cabin materials that feel rather cheap. The Subaru comes standard with all-wheel drive, and it’s available with a punchier turbocharged engine. On the other hand, it has fewer standard safety features and a higher average price.
Safe Is the RAV4
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the RAV4 a 2018 Top Safety Pick. The SUV received the lowest rating of Poor in the passenger-side small overlap crash test, but it earned the top score of Good in all other tests performed. The IIHS gave the RAV4 the highest rating of Superior for front crash prevention, as well as the second-highest rating of Acceptable for how well the headlights illuminate the road.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the RAV4 five out of five stars in the side crash test, and four stars in the frontal crash and rollover tests.
Standard advanced safety features:
forward collision warning with brake assist
adaptive cruise control
lane departure warning
lane keep assist
Available advanced safety features:
front and rear parking sensors
blind spot monitoring
rear cross traffic alert
360-degree parking camera system
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