Toyota RAV4's Technology Makes It One of America's Smartest SUVs

We conducted our VehiclesTEST video road test of the fifth-generation Toyota RAV4 in late December 2018 in the desert by Lake Mead, and found the new compact utility vehicle's high-tech features deliver a rewarding driving experience.Toyota RAV4 review by VehiclesTEST

Our Toyota video road test, coming out in mid January 2019, details how the technology show starts when you step into the RAV4. On Adventure, Limited and XSE grades, the 7-inch TFT speedometer can be switched between analog and digital displays, letting the driver set the mood. The Multi-Information Display (MID) is upgraded to 7.0-inches, versus 4.2-inches in lower grades.

Through new multimedia technology, RAV4 connects with its driver's lifestyle as never before. Every 2019 RAV4 model is equipped with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant capability and Entune 3.0 Audio, a comprehensive system that includes 6 speakers, 7.0-in. touchscreen, AM/FM, Scout GPS Link Compatible with up to 3-year trial, Siri Eyes Free, Apple CarPlay Compatible, aux. port, USB media port

The XLE grade can be upgraded with Entune 3.0 Audio Plus, which adds an 8-inch touchscreen and SiriusXM Radio, plus Toyota Connected Services/Service Connect with a complimentary 3-year trial.
Regarding safety, Toyota has fulfilled a goal to make driver safety systems with automatic emergency braking standard on most models, and the 2019 RAV4 debuts with the second generation of the Toyota Safety Sense system (TSS 2.0).

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