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4.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 11 reviews
2003 Toyota RAV4 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 11 reviews
The 2003 Toyota Rav4 showed few changes since the redesign in 2001. A new sport package was added, dressing the little SUV up with fender flares, floors mats, and air conditioning among other pluses.
The engine remains a 2.0-liter I4 rated at 148 horsepower. However, many reviewers reported that the car really needs to work to reach this amount, and that there are still problems with highway passing.
Reviewers also noted that the car is not the best for off-roading as it has minimal ground clearance due to a low-hanging exhaust system. Mileage is still cited as a plus with 22/26 city/highway, with some reviewers again reporting highway mileage up to 30mpg.
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Toyota RAV4 Questions
Looking For Wiring Diagram Of Engine Computer To Find Pin That Goes To Shif...
Need to find schematic and resistance value of S4 shifting solenoid Toyota part # for computer 89661-42880 4 Cyl 4 Speed auto
Where Is The Vacuum Hose On A 2003 Rav
i just had my 2003 rav transmission serviced and it has been running very bad ever since...i thought it was the transmission, but, now i think it could be the vacuum hose
How Do I Access The Parking Light Bulbs On A 2003 Rav4?
There is no room to insert you hand behind the light assembly! I know how to change the bulb if only I can get at the light socket! Do I have to remove the plastic cover wheel wells and access the lig...
What Is Another Name For The A-frame On A Awd 2003 Toyota Rav4.? I Have Bee...
I have a family member that traded their car for a 2003 Toyota Rav4 that is all wheel drive and every site says no results found when i search for an A-Frame. Is there another name for it
How Do I Replace My Old Dull Looking Headlight Assemby On A 2003 Rav4 Chili...
There's some condensation on 2003 rav4 chili edition headlight that I'm willing to spend a hundred bucks or two to replace it. Step by step instruction would be very helpful. Thanks