25 Best & Worst Toyota RAV4 Years (With Facts & Stats)

Making its debut as a 1994 model, the Toyota RAV4 is the best-selling SUV in America.

It’s a popular choice thanks to its excellent reliability, practicality and ever-evolving style.

In this article, we’ll separate its best years from the worst.

2022 Toyota RAV4

Here’s The Short Answer To What The Best And Worst Years For The Toyota RAV4 Are:

The best Toyota RAV4 model years are 2023, 2022, 2021, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2005, 2004, 2000, 1999, and 1998. The worst model years of the RAV4 are 2020, 2019, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2003, 2002, and 2001. This is based on reviews, NHTSA stats and problems.

What Are The Best Years For The Toyota RAV4?

The RAV4 has been around the block a few times, needless to say some models are superior to others.

2023 Toyota RAV4

The newer RAV4s are some of our top picks, simply because they have the latest driving, mechanical and safety features and so far have strong reviews.

As the shiniest new entry of the RAV4 series, the 2023 model year receives moderate updates.

Including updated interior and exterior styling, a larger 8-inch display for most trims and a 10.5-inch display for the Limited and Off-road trims, as well as other upgraded tech features.

  • Edmunds: 4.4 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.5 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

2023 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“So far, a great vehicle. Nice to drive, roomy and plenty of power. Also, looks great!”

2021 and 2022 Toyota RAV4

While no significant changes were introduced in the 2021 RAV4 model year, the 2022 RAV4 receives some notable upgrades.

Including an optional 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system add-on (over the previously available optional 8-inch touchscreen display), standard LED interior lights, and upgraded headlights and fog lights for most available trims.

2022 RAV4:

  • Edmunds: 4.5 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.5 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 82 / 100

2022 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“Went from Chevy Silverado 3500HD Diesel to RAV AWD. Comfort is great and gas mileage around 30 MPG. Just came back from1600 mile trip. The RAV performed great at high speeds and in heavy rain.”

2021 RAV4:

  • Edmunds: 3.4 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 3.5 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

2021 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“I have owned so many cars in my lifetime but never a Toyota. I have bought used cars, cars that were just junk and I have bought new cars and most of them have let me down and failed prematurely … Everything from the steering, to braking, to subtle noises and even distinctive smells that should not be coming from under my engine compartment that certainly hinted at trouble to come. That being said, I can honestly say that I was thoroughly impressed with the workmanship and quality that was noticeable immediately when inspecting the exterior and interior of my new Rav4.”

2018 Toyota RAV4

The 2018 RAV4 is another top pick boasting strong auto industry reviews and customer reviews alike.

The 2018 RAV4 offers the all-new Adventure trim level for those who want a more off-road kind of experience.

The Sporty SE trim gets an increased ride height clearance from 6.1 inches to 6.5 inches and, arguably most importantly, the maximum towing capacity is now rated at 3,500 pounds.

  • Edmunds: 4.4 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.4 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 83 / 100

2018 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“The 2018 RAV4 has excellent ride, comfort, and safety technology. I was ambivalent about getting the advanced technology package with parking sensors, surround cameras, front collision avoidance, and lane change detector, but now that I have it, very glad I did. Considered purchasing a Honda CRV or Subaru, but the RAV has better features and comfort.”

2017 Toyota RAV4

The 2017 RAV4 obtained a lot of helpful driver assistance features as standard equipment.

Including lane departure warning, automatic high beams, adaptive cruise control, and a forward collision mitigation system.

In other news, this model year introduced the all-new Platinum trim level for those looking for a more luxurious version of the vehicle. 

  • Edmunds: 4.2 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.4 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 83 / 100

2017 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“If you are in the market for a small SUV it will be worth your time to seriously consider the Toyota RAV4. Toyota has made astonishing improvements to the RAV4 since the early 2000s when my brother-in-law owned one. Stylish, modern, high tech and smooth ride. The 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine mated to a 6 speed transmission provides good performance. It’s good on fuel and with Toyota offering 0% APR for 60 months what a deal. It was too good to pass up. This is my fourth Toyota and Toyota has consistently proved to be reliable vehicles…”

2016 – 2017 Toyota RAV4

2016 Toyota RAV4

The 2016 RAV4 received updated styling, most notably a sharper-looking front fascia. 

A new trim was introduced, known as the SE trim, which boasts LED headlights and distinctive styling elements for both the interior and exterior.

The Toyota Safety Sense package also rolled out for some of the models as an optional add-on.

Finally, this is the year when the RAV4 Hybrid was introduced to the market. 

  • Edmunds: 4.1 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.4 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 84 / 100

2016 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“The vehicle grows on me every time I drive it. I love the styling, the performance and the overall comfort. The rear seats recline which is nice for my grandsons when we are returning from skiing. Sport mode is quicker, but I have found the performance in Eco mode more than adequate. I am averaging about 26mpg and I use the gas pedal freely. The entertainment/navigation has a fairly sharp learning curve, but the dealership employs a guy to come to your house and show you exactly how to use it and once you learn to operate the navigation it works great…”

2014 and 2015 Toyota RAV4

While both the 2014 RAV4 and 2015 RAV4 remain mostly unchanged compared to their direct predecessors, several add-ons and packages were made available.

Including a new Technology package for the Limited trim which provides a blindspot monitoring system, lane departure warning system, and automatic high beam control.

For 2015, a few optional features and add-ons are were introduced, namely the Blizzard Pearl appearance package (exclusive to the Limited trim) and new wheels and an optional power liftgate for the XLE trim. 

On the safety front, the RAV4’s frontal structure integrity was improved and secured high safety rating scores at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).

2015 RAV4:

  • Edmunds: 4.0 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.4 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 81 / 100

2015 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“This car is SUPER reliable. I have had zero issues with this vehicle and expect to drive it for many years to come. The quality on the interior certainly leaves a bit to be desired, but after trading in my 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee (w 28k miles), I know better than anyone that all the fancy features and cabin comfort in the world do not make up for a mechanically unreliable vehicle…”

2014 RAV4:

  • Edmunds: 3.7 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.4 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 79 / 100

2014 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“After a year and several thousand miles, It is time for a review so others can use as a reference. The gas mileage is as advertised. Average about 26m/gal (mostly highway). City is about 21. Some people complaint about the transmission and the car’s power, but it is not true. They must learn how to use eco mode and sport mode to bring out the car true performance (play with shift paddle some time also). With my personal experience, I use eco mode on highway and sport mode on back road or city road. The car has good surrounding view and I love the rear view camera…”

2013 Toyota RAV4

The 2013 RAV4, as the first entrant of the fourth generation of the series, experienced a complete overhaul and redesign.

There were many updates and revisions, most notably in terms of performance, interior and exterior styling, and safety features. 

  • Edmunds: 4.2 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.4 / 5.0
  • JD Power: 85 / 100

2013 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“I just got my new Rav4 yesterday but have completely fallen in love with it. I researched all the small SUV’s and decided the Rav4 was the best value. I wish the blind spot monitor was an option for the XLE. Everyone that has seen it has commented on how it looks much more expensive than the $23,600 that we paid for it…”

2013 – 2015 Toyota RAV4

2005 Toyota RAV4

The 2005 RAV4 might be old but it is one of the least problematic RAV4 models ever made.

For 2005 the RAV4 unfortunately removes the JBL 3-in-1 audio system but makes up for it by adding an optional Sport package which gives the vehicle a unique metal mesh grille and silver sport pedals. 

  • Edmunds: 4.8 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

2005 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“I’ve been through 3 sets of front brakes 3 sets of tires, 2 water pumps and I think that’s it. Just regular maintenance keep this little guy going. Oil changes every 7-10 thousand miles, radiator fluid flushed once a year, trans fluid changed every 50,000 miles. That’s about it. Just installed new struts and shocks long overdue made an amazing difference in the ride. Oh I did have to have the Air Sensor thingy replaced it wasnt cheap like 350. The sensor light kept going on the dash…”

2004 Toyota RAV4

As part of Toyota’s mid-cycle refresh, the 2004 RAV4 boasts a larger 2.4-liter, four-cylinder engine with 161 horsepower. 

The design restyling gives this model a bolder, more aggressive appearance and on the inside, owners can find a new steering wheel and instrument panel to enjoy.

As for standard equipment, there is stability and traction control, improved air conditioning, a six-speaker audio system, Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), and multistage airbags (optional). 

  • Edmunds: 4.9 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

2004 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“In the last ten years I’ve owned a Subaru Outback, a Volvo wagon, a Honda Element, and now this little Rav, and it is by FAR my favorite car ever. I love the lumbar support in the seats, the Euro-style look of the dash and the way the dash lights dim automatically when I turn the headlamps on, the way my body is situated in the seat in relation to the windscreen and moonroof, the fantastic visibility, the way it maneuvers on the road, and that it can fit my whole family…”

2000 Toyota RAV4

This model year is the least problematic RAV4 ever produced with only 34 complaints to its name on the Car Problem Zoo website.

The 2000 RAV4 did not receive significant updates over its 1999 model year counterpart but offers a new cup holder design and the removal of the two-door RAV4 convertible variant. 

  • Edmunds: 4.6 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

2000 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“Looks good, got mine with 150k miles and still shiny no rust, alloy wheels. I’ve owned a lot of performance cars domestic and import, so I can say the acceleration is poor but this suv won’t get you in trouble speeding and all time AWD is great with around 25mpg also. Great brakes, good ac, the stock cd player sounds great but the radio doesn’t get many stations unless you pull the antenna way out…”

1998 and 1999 Toyota RAV4

With bulletproof reliability, the 1998 and 1999 RAV4 make our list, although we wouldn’t necessarily advise purchasing a vehicle this old.

The 1998 RAV4 came with minor style changes to the grille, headlights, tail lights, and interior (new fabric), and introduced the two-door convertible for a sportier experience.

The 1999 RAV4, on the other hand, has better leather seats and color-keyed body cladding as part of the L Special Edition package, along with color-keyed mirrors and door handles, accompanied by a spare tire which is a full-size steel wheel with a soft cover. 

1999 RAV4:

  • Edmunds: 4.6 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

1999 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“I love my Rav4. I have to say I prayed over the car too and that helped. My Rav4 has 303,000 miles on it. I had it checked recently at Superior Toyota in Birmingham. I wanted it checked out and felt like apologizing for my mileage. The owner of the company said “It’s a Toyota; that’s what they do.” It means so much to drive a car for years after paying it off…”

1998 RAV4:

  • Edmunds: 4.6 / 5.0
  • Kelley Blue Book: 4.7 / 5.0
  • JD Power: NA

1998 RAV4, Edmunds review:

“I really enjoy driving my RAV4. I use it mostly for short trip driving in town, highway driving,and light off road driving. It handles great, and works well in all weather conditions. I use it for light off road driving, in pastures and meadows for hunting and fishing, and it performs fine. I have the front wheel drive model, and it still gets me around in the outdoors…”

1996 – 2000 Toyota RAV4

Consumer Scores For Best Toyota RAV4 Years

Below is a table that presents all the consumer ratings of the best RAV4 model years from reputable vehicle websites:

Model YearEdmunds 
Consumer Rating
Kelley Blue Book
Consumer Rating
JD Power
Consumer Rating
2023 Toyota RAV44.4 / 5.03.5 / 5.0NA
2022 Toyota RAV44.5 / 5.03.5 / 5.082 / 100
2021 Toyota RAV43.4 / 5.03.5 / 5.0NA
2018 Toyota RAV44.4 / 5.04.4 / 5.083 / 100
2017 Toyota RAV44.2 / 5.04.4 / 5.083 / 100
2016 Toyota RAV44.1 / 5.04.4 / 5.084 / 100
2015 Toyota RAV44.0 / 5.04.4 / 5.081 / 100
2014 Toyota RAV43.7 / 5.04.4 / 5.079 / 100
2013 Toyota RAV44.2 / 5.04.4 / 5.085 / 100
2005 Toyota RAV44.8 / 5.04.7 / 5.0NA
2004 Toyota RAV44.9 / 5.04.7 / 5.0NA
2000 Toyota RAV44.6 / 5.04.7 / 5.0NA
1999 Toyota RAV44.6 / 5.04.7 / 5.0NA
1998 Toyota RAV44.6 / 5.04.7 / 5.0NA

Related: 6 Most Common Toyota RAV4 Problems (Explained)

What Are The Worst Years For The Toyota RAV4?

The RAV4, much like any other vehicle line, has also experienced its fair share of bad or controversial model years. 

Be cautious of the model years listed below...

2020 Toyota RAV4

The 2020 RAV4 received a large number of complaints due to its gas mileage, although these issues were specific to the Hybrid models.

Owners reported that the fuel tank does not fill completely and shows inaccurate readings on the driver console.

Here’s what owners had to say:

“The mileage I am getting is far below the stated rating on the sticker. I am averaging about 33. 5 mpg in mixed driving whereas the stated rating is 41 mpg overall. It’s not even close. The tank was recently replaced because you could not fill the tank. Extremely disappointed in the mileage which was the main purpose of buying this vehicle. Something needs to be done.”

The 2020 RAV4 had a total of 16 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 305 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Soy-based wiring issues
  • Dead 12V battery (hybrid)
  • Windshield cracks easily

2019 Toyota RAV4

The 2019 RAV4 was known to leak water via the roof rails, this problem was at its worst during heavy rain or when driving through a car wash.

Another common issue was a jerky transmission, as described by the owner below:

“Vehicle jerks after accelerating from a “rolling stop.” it seems like there is an issue with the throttle – there seems to be a delay with going, so the car jerks to kick into the speed it should be. I’ve taken my car to the dealership at least 3 times to resolve this issue, but they always say there is nothing wrong with the vehicle.”

Much like the 2020 model year, the 2019 RAV4 Hybrid also had issues with the fuel tank system.

A lot of owners reported that they were unable to fill the gas tank up fully.

The 2019 RAV4 had a total of 122 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 630 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Hesitates and lurches at slower speeds
  • Roof rack rails leaking
  • Loud acceleration
2019 Toyota RAV4

2011 and 2012 Toyota RAV4

The 2011 and 2012 RAV4 models had various issues, the most worrying was when the brake pedal was depressed the car accelerated independently.

Here’s one owners account:

“I was driving approximately 20 mph. When tried to stop at the traffic signal and pressed the brake then instead of stopping the car was going forward. It almost hit the car in front of me. There was a sudden acceleration and rpm went up to 9000. I pressed the brake pedal multiple number of times then the car engine stopped. Once the vehicle was restarted, it resumed as normal. It was really scary.”

There were also a number of reports of malfunctioning brakes.

Owners also complained that the driver visor would not stay up causing visibility issues.

The 2012 RAV4 had a total of 63 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 327 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Paint came off
  • Sudden acceleration while braking
  • Vehicle surges when coming to a stop

The 2011 RAV4 had a total of 61 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 339 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Sudden engine acceleration
  • Engine jumped timing, has no compression
  • Paint peeling

2009 Toyota RAV4

The major issues of the 2009 RAV4 also revolved around vehicle speed control issues.

One owner reported that as he was slowly exiting the freeway at approximately 25 miles per hour, the brakes failed to stop the vehicle.

Other reports indicated sudden revving, unintended accelerations, and sudden lunging or lurching.

The 2009 RAV4 had a total of 68 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 380 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Engine failure
  • Excessive chipping of paint
  • Whining sound in rear
2009 – 2012 Toyota RAV4

2008 Toyota RAV4

The main concern of owners of the 2008 RAV4 revolved around excessive oil consumption.

Here’s one owner’s summary:

“Vehicle consumes more oil than the normal. Have found out that 2007-2009 Toyota RAV4 (2az-fe engines) have a faulty piston design. These engines burn oil, because of this faulty design.”

According to numerous reports, this was also accompanied by a burning smell and engine overheating

The 2008 RAV4 had a total of 197 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 675 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Excessive oil consumption
  • Airbags did not deploy after serious accident
  • Engine blew

2007 Toyota RAV4

Aside from being handed the notorious badge “Beware of the Clunker” by CarComplaints.com, this vehicle is also statistically the most problematic and complaint-ridden RAV4 model year ever made.

The most significant issue of this model was related to its steering.

Owners reported random and frequent loss of power steering due to a defective steering assembly.

This model also suffered from excessive oil consumption.

The 2007 RAV4 had a total of 354 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 1,191 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Excessive oil consumption
  • Clunking noise when turning the steering wheel
  • Engine failure

2006 Toyota RAV4

The 2006 RAV4 is yet another recipient of the “Beware of the Clunker” distinction bestowed by none other than CarComplaints.com. 

Much like its direct successor, the 2007 RAV4, this model year had significant issues and complaints regarding steering failure.

Here’s one owners account:

“Ongoing and very loud clunking noise when the wheel is turned at low speeds, at times the noise can also be heard when going straight. This appears to be an ongoing issue with this Rav4 model and it seems Toyota has not taken any steps to remedy this.”

This model year was also plagued with engine problems due to excessive oil consumption.

The 2006 RAV4 had a total of 190 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 861 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Excessive oil consumption
  • Clunking noise when turning the steering wheel
  • Hum and vibration while driving

2001, 2002, and 2003 Toyota RAV4

The 2001, 2002, and 2003 model years all received the badge “Avoid Like the Plague” from CarComplaints.com, indicating both frequent and severe problems and issues for all three. 

The most prominent concern of these model years was the extremely unreliable and faulty transmission.

Reports specified that there were issues with the Electronic Control Module (ECM), leading to stalling, improper shifting of gears, hesitation and jerking, and inability to accelerate properly. 

The 2003 RAV4 had a total of 146 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 388 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Delays in shifting
  • Lurches forward, engine races
  • Transmission jerks
  • Problem with the Engine Control Module (ECM)

The 2002 RAV4 had a total of 519 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 674 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Problems shifting
  • Jerking and hesitating
  • Main computer failure
  • Transmission failure

The 2001 RAV4 had a total of 210 complaints at CarComplaints.com and 405 problems at CarProblemZoo.com.

Common problems:

  • Shifting problems
  • Problem with the Engine Control Module (ECM)
2002 – 2003 Toyota RAV4

Related: 7 Most Common Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Problems (Explained)

What Years Have The Most Complaints?

It is essential to know the statistics behind the problems and complaints filed by owners of various RAV4 model years. 

Listed below are the number of reported complaints and problems for each model year of the RAV4. 

Model YearComplaints (CarComplaints.com)Problems (CarProblemZoo.com)
2023 Toyota RAV4NANA
2022 Toyota RAV4025
2021 Toyota RAV45123
2020 Toyota RAV416305
2019 Toyota RAV4122630
2018 Toyota RAV429243
2017 Toyota RAV469235
2016 Toyota RAV439199
2015 Toyota RAV473284
2014 Toyota RAV4111193
2013 Toyota RAV4132258
2012 Toyota RAV463327
2011 Toyota RAV461339
2010 Toyota RAV475464
2009 Toyota RAV468380
2008 Toyota RAV4197675
2007 Toyota RAV43541,191
2006 Toyota RAV4190861
2005 Toyota RAV427164
2004 Toyota RAV420171
2003 Toyota RAV4146388
2002 Toyota RAV4519674
2001 Toyota RAV4210405
2000 Toyota RAV4834
1999 Toyota RAV41371
1998 Toyota RAV4892
1997 Toyota RAV4761
1996 Toyota RAV4754

What Problems Do Toyota RAV4 Have?

  • Hesitates and lurches at lower speeds
  • Excessive oil consumption
  • Shifting problems
  • Jerking and hesitating
  • Main computer failure
  • Transmission failure
  • Clunking noise when turning the steering wheel
  • Engine failure
  • Airbags did not deploy after serious accident
  • Engine blew
  • Hum and vibration while driving
  • Problem with the Engine Control Module (ECM)

What Are The Best Alternatives To The Toyota RAV4?

The RAV4, as mentioned in the introduction to this article, is one of the more noteworthy compact SUVs in the market. It ranked 8th overall in its vehicle segment, beating the likes of the Volkswagen Tiguan, Kia Sportage, and Jeep Cherokee. 

The RAV4 secured a good score of 8.1 out of 10, with a fuel economy rating of 25 to 27 miles per gallon for city driving and 32 to 35 miles per gallon for highway driving. 

Take a look at how it fares against direct competitors in the current market in terms of fuel economy, pricing, and overall score. 

Make & ModelScoreMSRPFuel Economy (MPG)
Honda CR-V8.8$26,400 – $36,200City: 27 – 28 /Highway: 32 – 34
Hyundai Tucson8.8$25,800 – $36,800City: 24 – 26 / Highway: 29 – 33
Mazda CX-58.7$25,900 – $38,650City: 22 – 24 /Highway: 27 – 30
Ford Bronco Sport8.4$28,165 – $34,590City: 21 – 25 /Highway: 26 – 28
Subaru Forester8.3$25,395 – $35,495City: 25 – 26 /Highway: 28 – 33
Mitsubishi Outlander8.2$26,095 – $42,695City: 24 /Highway: 31
Nissan Rogue8.2$26,850 – $38,130City: 28 – 30 /Highway: 34 – 37
Toyota RAV48.1$26,525 – $36,465City: 25 – 27 /Highway: 32 – 35
Volkswagen Tiguan8.0$26,490 – $37,320City: 21 – 23 /Highway: 28 – 30
Kia Sportage7.9$25,990 – $36,790City: 23 – 25 /Highway: 28 – 32
Jeep Cherokee7.7$29,995 – $39,345City: 18 – 23 /Highway: 24 – 31
Chevrolet Equinox7.6$26,300 – $33,100City: 25 – 26 /Highway: 30 – 31
GMC Terrain7.5$27,900 – $36,600City: 25 /Highway: 30
Jeep Compass7.2$26,785 – $34,210City: 22 / Highway: 31
Jeep Wrangler7.2$30,295 – $79,995City: 13 – 22 / Highway: 17 – 29
Ford BroncoNA$29,300 – $49,475City: 16 – 20 /Highway: 17 – 22
Ford EscapeNA$26,510 – $36,630City: 23 – 28 /Highway: 31 – 34
Mazda CX-50NA$26,800 – $41,550City: 23 – 24 /Highway: 29 – 30
Mitsubishi Eclipse CrossNA$25,795 – $29,295City: 26 /Highway: 29

Source: cars.usnews.com, edmunds.com

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