With the RAV4’s introduction in the 1997 model year, Toyota became one of the first manufacturers to offer a small, car-based sport utility vehicle. A second-generation RAV4 debuted for 2001, which was wider and longer than the original and came with a more powerful 148-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. Except for new body colors and color-keyed bumpers on the L model, the RAV4 is unchanged for 2002. Read More
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