The behavior for the all-new Toyota RAV4 in the avoidance maneuver test (aka moose test) is so dangerous that, until Toyota corrects the error, our advise is to not buy the car.
This problem is already known on other Toyota models, and has not been fixed so far.
Regardless of whether or not she continues to manufacture without correcting the problem because she has customers who buy regardless of the problem.
This post was last modified on September 12, 2019 9:30 pm
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