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The Top Gear car review:Toyota RAV4
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
Big. The MkIV RAV4 is a full 86cm longer than the 1994 original – 86cm! – meaning it’s entirely cavernous on the inside, with room for a front row of international rugby players across the rear seats and a couple more prop forwards in the boot. Not that you could, legally. Despite all the space, there’s no option of a third row of seats in the RAV4, unlike some rivals.
The cabin is predictably Toyotaish – solidly constructed, feels like it’ll last forever, but a trifle short on flair. Where have we heard that before. Oh, that’s right, in describing EVERY SINGLE OTHER ASPECT of the latest RAV4.