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Safety Features of the 2018 Toyota RAV4

No matter where you want to go, the 2018 Toyota RAV4 is the perfect vehicle to get there and get there safely. Built with adventure in mind, the 2018 Toyota RAV4 is designed to leave the beaten path and forge its own, all while giving peace of mind.

2018 Toyota RAV4 Passive Safety Features

One of the passive safety features included with the 2018 Toyota RAV4 is an Advanced Airbag system, which places additional airbags in key locations. Some of these locations include a front passenger seat cushion airbag, side airbags, and second-row roll-sensing curtain airbags. In addition to this, the front two seats are equipped with Whiplash-Injury-Lessening front seats, which help to reduce the severity of whiplash injury during collisions.

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2018 Toyota RAV4 interior window view.

2018 Toyota RAV4 Active Safety Features

To complement its passive safety features, the 2018 Toyota RAV4 also comes with a list of active safety systems. One of these systems is an available Blind Spot Monitor (BSM), which assists the driver in making sure lane-changes can be made safely.* In addition to the BSM system, there is also an available front and rear parking sonar, which helps drivers avoid collisions when parking or moving in reverse slowly.**

The 2018 Toyota RAV4 also comes with the Star Safety System™, which hosts a number of safety features standard across many Toyota models. Features like Enhanced Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), and Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD). These safety features are standard on all trims of the 2018 Toyota RAV4.

The 2018 Toyota RAV4 is a great vehicle for those that want to have an adventure and feel secure when they do. For more information on how to safely forge your own path with the 2018 Toyota RAV4, contact us at Lexington Toyota today!

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*Do not rely exclusively on the Blind Spot Monitor. Always look over your shoulder and use your turn signals. There are limits to the function, detection, and range of the monitor.
**Parking assist sonar is designed to assist drivers in avoiding potential collisions at speeds of 9 mph or less. Certain vehicle and environmental factors, including an object’s shape and composition, may affect the ability of the sonar to detect it. Always look around outside the vehicle and use mirrors to confirm clearance.