It’s an exciting time for the automotive world because the Chicago Auto Show 2017 is officially underway. Toyota is the first to make headlines with the reveal of the all-new 2018 Toyota RAV4 Adventure. This new trim for the iconic crossover is designed specifically for active drivers that aren’t afraid of getting dirty.
The 2018 RAV4 Adventure is ready to go more places and have more fun getting there with a sporty suspension and an overall taller ride height. It will be available in both front and all-wheel drive configurations, and it will be set standard with a tow prep package.
When will the 2018 Toyota RAV4 Adventure be available?
This crossover will be available starting in September 2017. It will be recognized from its rugged exterior styling. The large, black overfenders perfectly accents the 18-inch black wheels, and there is exclusive ‘Adventure’ badging throughout.
The headlights, front grille, roof rails and mirrors all play into the darkened theme, and the lower body guards are gray for contrast. Roof rails are standard for the RAV4 Adventure, so drivers will easily be able to bring their sporting equipment along for the drive.
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There’s a lot to look forward to in the interior as well with carbon fiber-like finishes throughout the cabin. There is a power outlet in the cargo area, which opens the door for endless weekend adventures off the beaten path. All-weather floor and cargo mats are standard making the RAV4 Adventure set and ready for the toughest conditions both inside and out.
Drivers interested in learning more about the 2018 Toyota RAV4 Adventure are welcome to stay tuned to our blog for further details, and contact us with questions. There is so much more to look forward to at the Chicago Auto Show this year, so we will be sure to keep our readers up to date with any important reveals.
When the 2018 RAV4 Adventure arrives on our lot this September, drivers will be encouraged to schedule a test drive online to get behind the wheel of this exciting crossover.