2013 Toyota RAV4 XLE Praised in Canada

Due to safety and versatility reasons, most families choose to buy a compact SUV/crossover. Slightly larger than an estate, big boot and an increased ride height makes them perfect for any job, from the morning school run, to the afternoon shopping or a summer holiday trip.
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The Toyota RAV4 is widely known the first vehicle that introduced the compact crossover idea. Now, with three generations behind, the 2013 RAV4 comes with more comfort and practicality than ever before.

Recently tested by, they say that “it's a good, clean-looking vehicle that manages to distinguish itself in the congested arena of compact crossovers without defying convention within the segment or polarizing its market.”

Also, the reviewers found useful the fact that the rear hatch has no more bulky spare tire attached to it and that it now opens upwards, being even electrically actuated in higher trim levels.

Find out more about what makes the RAV4 what it is in’s review here.
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