Each month, Toyota sells out 30,000 to 40,000 units of RAV4 in America, making it one of the most sought-after models in the country. And recently, the Toyota RAV4 2019 has handed down at the ongoing New York International Auto Show 2018.
2019 Toyota RAV4 – First Look – 2018 NYIAS
Riding on the signature Toyota New Global Architecture, the all-new RAV4 embraces truck-like and 4Runner-ish look like the Camry sedan and other Toyotas. The next-gen crossover is shorter but bigger than its predecessor (having 1.2-inch longer wheelbase, measuring 0.5 inch wider). By and large, in these bi-tone hues, the 2019 RAV4 looks funky yet still exudes solidity.
The all-new RAV4 embraces truck-like and 4Runner-ish
Speaking of powertrain, the Toyota RAV4 2019 is blessed with a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. A hybrid version will also pack the same mill paired with a CVT instead. No words on exact power and fuel consumption currently.
The Toyota RAV4 Adventure is a special trim in the lineup which is dominated by a more rugged front grille
The Toyota RAV4 Adventure is a special trim in the lineup which is dominated by a more rugged front grille and fog lamps, roof rails, overfenders as well as standard AWD system with terrain select mode and torque vectoring.
According to latest car news from the automaker, the 2019 RAV4 will be available for sale at the end of this year and the hybrid RAV4 will follow suit in early 2019.