Toyota RAV4 2007
This is what Graham Smith liked most about this particular version of the Toyota RAV4: Safe bet as a used buy, Tough interior, SUV practicality
The 2007 Toyota RAV4 carries a braked towing capacity of up to 1900 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
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Toyota RAV4 2007 Price and Specs
|Toyota RAV4 Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|Cruiser (4x4)||SUV||2.4L ULP 4 SP AUTO||$6,500||$10,120|
|Cruiser (4x4)||SUV||2.4L ULP 5 SP MAN||$6,200||$9,570|
|Cruiser L (4x4)||SUV||2.4L ULP 4 SP AUTO||$7,200||$11,220|
|Cruiser L (4x4)||SUV||2.4L ULP 5 SP MAN||$7,000||$10,780|
Toyota RAV4 2007 Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Toyota RAV4 2007 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Toyota RAV4 2007: Heavy steering
It begs the question did you drive the car before you bought it. If so was the steering heavy, and has it changed since you drove it? It shouldn't be as heavy to steer as you suggest yours is. I would suggest it's a failure of the power steering system, and that you should have it checked.Show more
Toyota RAV4 2007: Engine revs to maximum
Toyota says it will investigate the issues reported by Colin Smith if our reader gives his consent, and we are keen to hear the outcome of any investigation that takes place. Your mechanic could well be on the money when he suggest it could be a computer problem.Show more
Toyota RAV4 2007: Water pump bearings failed
Yes, the deal you have been offered is typical of what the industry offers when a part fails early, as yours has done. The reasoning behind it is that the part that is being fitted is a new one, not one that has done 36,000 km, and therefore you should part pay for the four years you had use of the old part. We haven't had reports of water pump problems on the RAV4 V6, but perhaps other readers can tell us about any problems they might have had.Show more
Toyota RAV4 2007: Can it be fitted with LPG?
WHAT you got was Toyota's official answer that they don't recommend fitting LPG. They say that because they haven't tested the engine on LPG and there are no provisions within the engine for it to withstand LPG. Without any evidence that there won't be a problem with LPG, Toyota will -- naturally -- tell you not to convert it. If they did tell you it was OK and you then had a problem, they would be liable to cover the damage. That stands to reason. But that doesn't mean it can't be converted to LPG. Contact a reputable LPG installer and ask for their advice. To find a local installer, visit www.lpgaustralia.com.au.Show more