Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this cute
little 1997 Toyota Rav4. A compact alternative to the truck based
SUV craze of the 90s Toyota's Rav4 burst onto the scene offering
the go anywhere looks of an SUV but the lightweight unibody
construction and drivetrain of a compact car. This 1997 3 door
looks quite sharp dressed in bright red paint with dark gray
contrasting body cladding. As you walk around the vehicle you'll
notice nice details like the rear mounted spare tire and stylish
contrasting black roof. Take a seat inside and you're greeted by an
interior that is oh so 90s. The front bucket seats are upholstered
in a cloth pattern that features a fun splash of color. The rear
seats are of the same material and have the ability to fold flat
and tilt forward when additional cargo space is required. Under the
hood is a 2.0 Liter inline 4 cylinder and is paired with a 4 speed
automatic. Combine the 119 factory rated horsepower with it's
compact car curb weight and imagine how this Rav4 can get up and
go! According to the owner the paint and interior is believed to be
original! If you're looking for a stylish example of a Rad Classic,
this is the one you want to own! Options include AC, AM/FM radio,
cloth interior, cruise control, power brakes, power steering, seat
belts and radial tires.
1997 Toyota Rav4
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