Which 2017 RAV4 Trim is Right for You?

2017 RAV4 TrimsThe 2017 Toyota RAV4 is the perfect crossover SUV, and with 6 different trim levels, you can have it tailored to meet your every want and need. Whether you prefer the base model or the bells and whistles, there is a trim level that fits your lifestyle.

2017 Toyota RAV4 LE

The LE trim is the standard RAV4 trim, but it is anything but basic. With a 2.5-Liter 4-Cylinder DOHC 16-Valve with Dual VVT-i, 176 hp @ 6000 rpm/172 lb.-ft. @ 4100 rpm, the power is in your hands. Standard features also include the Toyota Safety Sense Pre-Collision System. This advanced system has lane departure alert with steering assist, radar cruise control, automatic high beams, and pedestrian detection.

2017 RAV4 XLE

The XLE trim adds HD radio and Sirius XM Satellite Radio, leather steering wheel trim, a moonroof: sliding sunshade, anti-trapping feature, tilt/slide, power glass, with one-touch open and close. The XLE Hybrid model gets an impressive 34 mpg* in the city and 31* on the highway. It also can tow up to 1,750 pounds. The hybrid is a combo of elegance and efficiency.

2017 Toyota RAV4 Limited

The Limited trim ups the wow factor with chrome door handles, LED daytime running lights, leatherette upholstery, electronic messaging assistance, touch screen nav system, and heated front seats. The Limited trim is also available in a hybrid version.

 2017 RAV4 Platinum

The Platinum trim has 18-in. 5-spoke SuperChrome alloy wheels, roof mounted shark fin antenna, color-keyed heated power outside mirrors with turn signal and blind spot warning indicators and folding feature, moonroof with sunshade, privacy glass on rear side, quarter and lift gate windows, and acoustic noise-reducing front windshield. The Platinum RAV4 has all the bells and whistles you can imagine!

If you are looking for an SUV with style and dependability, come see our selection of 2017 RAV4s at Limbaugh Toyota. We have a trim to suit everybody!


*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.