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The 3.5-liter V-6 engine available in the 2008 Toyota RAV4 offers an impressive 269 horsepower, making it the most powerful vehicle in its class
Each engine in the 2008 Toyota RAV4 can be combined with either front- or four-wheel drive in a system that sends all torque to the front wheels in normal driving for efficiency, or up to 45 percent of torque to the back when needed.
- 5 Spacious Seats
- 166 Horse power
- 9 / 12 Km/L Fuel Consumption
The 2008 Toyota RAV4 gets kudos from the auto press for its staying power. More than 10 years after it was first introduced, the compact SUV that started the class still maintains a strong reputation for reliability, safety and interior comfort. Reviewers appreciate the RAV4's ability to evolve, especially with the introduction of a V6 engine and a third-row seating option. The RAV4 beat out several other compact SUVs.
The RAV4’s interior feels spacious and well designed, with an attractive two-tier instrument panel design, good seats, a nice upright driving position, and plenty of storage spaces. The available third-row seats in the 2008 Toyota RAV4 are small for adults, but when they’re not occupied by children, they stow nicely in a recessed area of the cargo floor.
|Luggage / Cargo:||3 Bags|
|Entertainment:||Cassette Player /CD Player|
|Power:||166 @ 6000 rpm|
|0 - 60:||7.6 seconds|
|Engine:||2.4L / 144|
ABS brakes automatically sense when a tire has stopped rotating under extreme braking, and will modulate the brake pressure to allow the tire to rotate. This increases the vehicles ability to turn while braking.
Stability control automatically senses when the vehicles handling limits have been exceeded and reduces engine power and/or applies select brakes to help prevent the driver from losing control of the vehicle.
Front-impact airbags for the driver and passenger have been designed to protect the head during a frontal crash.
Side impact airbags
Side impact airbags for the front seats have been designed to protect the torso during a side impact collision.
Overhead airbags are used to protect the occupant's heads in the event of a side collision or rollover.
Seatbelt pretensioners automatically tighten seatbelts to place the occupant in the optimal seating position during a collision.
Anti-whiplash head restraints actively react to rear collision forces and craddle the occupants head in an effort to reduce the likelihood of a whiplash injury.