Help us grow so we can bring you more videos! Like us on Facebook @ www.Facebook.com/2Redline Toyota's Rav4 may be the original compact SUV, but being the original doesn't always mean you're the best. While the third generation may have been top of class back in 2006, today it is one of the oldest in the market. A potent V6 keeps things interesting, but it's cheap and slightly snug interior may have you running toward newer competition.

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    • Calisto Riviera
      Calisto Riviera

      Holy shit, just seeing this now after watching all the recent vids is surreal. He’s reviewing a car that doesn’t even have an infotainment! And that hair! Kudos to Sofyan for never giving up.

      about 11 days ago
    • Jmich96
      Jmich96

      2019, bought one of these a few months ago with only 50k miles. Absolutely love it. Switching from a underpowered Jeep to this is like night and day in quality. Can't wait for 6+ years with this thing!

      about 1 month ago
    • gmualum08
      gmualum08

      The sound this guy hears is the tire noise and that means they're not very good tires. If there are bad tires, there's no super quiet cabin that will drown out all noisy tire sounds.

      about 1 month ago
    • Roughie king
      Roughie king

      That rav v6 smokes the new rav 2019

      about 1 month ago
    • NFSMAN50
      NFSMAN50

      perfect car for college students and families

      about 2 months ago
    • Thanh Thang
      Thanh Thang

      I like older model, they look nicer body, 2006 to 2012 .I currently own 2012 rav4 s port v6, and i love it

      about 2 months ago
    • larry zan
      larry zan

      he definitely look younger now compared to before

      about 2 months ago
    • Dan Sanders
      Dan Sanders

      Why the irritating music...?

      about 4 months ago
    • patskey
      patskey

      Whos watching this after the release of 2019 model ..

      about 4 months ago
    • Whatever493
      Whatever493 In reply to patskey

      June '19 xD --- Thinking of getting a used gen3. Wife didn't like gen4 and I don't like butch look of the new ones. Let the 4runner be tough. Why does the little one have to look like it's trying so hard?

      about 4 days ago
    • Joey Castellon
      Joey Castellon In reply to patskey

      yup

      about 27 days ago
    • keython301
      keython301 In reply to patskey

      patskey I love the 2019 model. I just wish it was v6

      about 29 days ago
    • Shane Kirbyson
      Shane Kirbyson

      We have a 2012 Rav4 V6. It is insanely fast for a small suv. Off the line, you need to drive a pretty expensive car to beat this one. My wife left a Ram 5.7L Hemi in the dust. Another plus, they run on regular fuel.

      about 4 months ago
    • *_•hxxcker.reshirm•_*
      *_•hxxcker.reshirm•_*

      Back when compact SUVs could REALLY be powerhouses. Now they’re the new sedan. 4cyl trying to increase gas mileage. If Mazda allows a powerful engine giving up gas mileage, everyone can.

      about 4 months ago
    • roywhiteo5
      roywhiteo5

      its hilarious how bad this video is

      about 5 months ago
    • aneesh
      aneesh

      Sexy sunglasses bruh :D

      about 5 months ago
    • Rafalp Gresiak
      Rafalp Gresiak

      This guy is on Honda payroll

      about 6 months ago
    • Rebel Robb
      Rebel Robb

      Best vehicle ive ever owned and ive owned a lot and test driven many others. The 6 cylinder is mind-blowing. Notice how all other competitors have simply copied the basic shape that has been around almost 20 years. Really, come on guys, surely you arnt that naive and desperate.

      about 6 months ago
    • Rebel Robb
      Rebel Robb

      Obviously this bias character is envious and cant understand that Toyota is practicality, performance, quality, engineering and affordable and this combination along with legendary reliability makes them number one and Lexus is superior. There is by the way an additional port and power outlet in the lower part of the console. He must be one of those Federation Of Retarded Drivers.
      EAT YOUR HEART OUT JOHNNY COME LATELY AND LASTLY.

      about 6 months ago
    • Omega Beta
      Omega Beta

      I look at this model this day and it still looks good.

      about 6 months ago
    • Right Lane Hog
      Right Lane Hog

      A new RAV4 is about to debut and there is still no V6. Car & Driver called this V6 model "a sports sedan on stilts, " what more needs to be said?

      about 7 months ago
    • Right Lane Hog
      Right Lane Hog In reply to Right Lane Hog

      @Mechannel That's exactly why I have started to really appreciate these lately. My new, second-hand boat is a little wider and higher than the old one and weighs an additional 200lbs . Although it is still well within the 1,500 lbs row rating of my car, it is much more of a challenge to haul. My neighbor tows a pop-up camper with his V6 RAV4 and says the same thing - you wouldn't even know it's there. Once again, for those who don't need the third row and extra bulk of a Highlander, there isn't really another reliable alternative that comes to mind. As Toyota sold 425,000 RAV4s in the US in 2018 , I am not sure if they would be listening to our constructive criticism but it costs nothing to send them an email or Tweet.

      about 5 months ago
    • Mechannel
      Mechannel In reply to Right Lane Hog

      @Right Lane Hog along with the acceleration and smooth power band, I also own it for the tow rating. Mine came with the tow package - the 350 lb max tongue weight is best in class and allows me to carry 4 large mountain bikes on a hitch rack, or a cargo box. Most other small SUV's have a max tounge weight of 200 lb or less. I tow a small boat sometimes and you wouldn't even know it's there due to the power of the v6. The only towing quirk? The manual states that the trailer must be fitted with brakes if the gross weight is over 600 lbs - which is perplexing to say the least.

      about 5 months ago
    • Right Lane Hog
      Right Lane Hog In reply to Right Lane Hog

      @Mechannel Yes, I have heard about the new Passport but as you say, it is substantially bigger. Everyone I speak with who owns a V6 RAV4 is very happy with it and, as a matter of fact, I 'surveyed' another two owners yesterday while out shopping. . Now that the new 2019 model has debuted the regular 4 cylinder has almost become redundant as the Hybrid version offers more power and vastly superior fuel economy. To be clear, my primary interest in the V6 RAV4 is due to its superior towing capacity in a compact package that is cheaper and more fuel efficient than a Highlander. With a TRD Camry and Avalon on the way, who knows if a TRD RAV4 might follow. I hope you have many more happy miles ahead with yours because you really hit the sweet spot when you chose the V6 RAV4. To end on a bit of good news, in my area there seems to be no price premium in the used market for the V6 compared to the 4 cylinder of its generation. There are still quite a few available with 40 - 60 K miles at prices between 10- 15 thousand dollars.

      about 5 months ago
    • Mechannel
      Mechannel In reply to Right Lane Hog

      The upcoming Honda Passport looks like the closest you can get to the old v6 RAV4 - but it is around 8" longer.

      It has a 3.5l v6 and the styling looks great.

      about 5 months ago
    • Kit Rocks
      Kit Rocks

      This guy is the worst reviewer that I have ever had the displeasure of listening too

      about 10 months ago
    • MetalAndMotorsGuy506
      MetalAndMotorsGuy506

      Sorry, Toyota RAv4, you're not the first crossover, the Jeep Cherokee XJ is.

      about 11 months ago
    • Chris D
      Chris D

      Dude just carelessly opens and closes everything lol

      about 11 months ago
    • James Calley
      James Calley In reply to Chris D

      Treats things with no respect and talks like he is too good for everything,like nothing is up to his standards....needs to pull his head in ,pretty much be branded a wanker talking like that.Once he's older,wiser and looks back at himself will be ashamed at how much of a tool he was.

      about 6 months ago
    • AbsoluteMdot
      AbsoluteMdot

      I have an older model CRV and looking to get one of these to switch it up a bit.

      about 1 year ago
    • cbsctomh
      cbsctomh

      I bought a new 2006 Sport with the 3.5 and front wheel drive and have 100,000 on it now. I replaced tires, front struts and muffler along with a rear wheel speed sensor and an O2 sensor. Very dependable and a mine did a 14.7 second quarter mile at the drag strip. Toyota later recalled the vehicle to replace the muffler but told me to pound salt on my replacement expense. The car is rather basic inside but with the V6, it is fun to drive. The front tires will wear fast if you don't feather the throttle on takeoff. It has no traction control shut off switch but there is a way to turn it off by cycling the parking brake and main brake. The lack of this switch makes it a pain in deep snow. Big oversight by Toyota. Lots of recalls for small stuff but it turned out to be a very good purchase.

      about 1 year ago
    • MKEL03
      MKEL03

      what are those sun glasses man! lol

      about 1 year ago
    • Tommy Lightfoot
      Tommy Lightfoot

      Regarding the tailgate angle, the vehicle came out in Japan in the first place so it makes sense that the tailgate opens the way it does.

      about 1 year ago
    • Lisandro Genao
      Lisandro Genao

      The steering rack on this body is electric and not hydraulic

      about 1 year ago
    • Krzysztof Chrostowski
      Krzysztof Chrostowski

      Best toyota ever built. Go with sport 09-13 v6

      about 1 year ago
    • Krzysztof Chrostowski
      Krzysztof Chrostowski

      Hilarious soft dude but does his job well. This toyota moves like rocket 270hp. Wow. Test drove it couple years ago. Amazing acceleration 6.0 sec to 60miles/hour. 100km/hour. It will leave all the cars behind you

      about 1 year ago
    • Vanny Kong
      Vanny Kong

      good , How much?

      about 1 year ago
    • JayDuke
      JayDuke

      if Toyota brings back the v6 rav4 in their upcoming redesign i'll be very happy. but I think their base engine will be the same one in the camry which is 203 hp which isn't bad anyways Toyota if you're reading this make us a V6 rav4!

      about 1 year ago
    • Joseph G. Hotto
      Joseph G. Hotto In reply to JayDuke

      They won't ever bring back the V6, because Toyota has to compete with other brands in terms of fuel efficiency. Now that SUVs are more popular than Sedans, that will be Toyota's biggest goal.

      about 6 months ago
    • George L
      George L In reply to JayDuke

      The Rav4 will have 4 cylinder engines ONLY.

      about 11 months ago