Toyota Rav4 Service Manual 2012-2018

Toyota Rav4 Service Manual

Toyota Rav4 Service Manual 2012-2018

Toyota RAV4 Fourth/4th Generation
Toyota Vanguard (Japan, LWB)
XA40 Platform Series




2.5 L 2AR-FE I4

This Toyota Rav4 Service Manual contains information about the 4th Generation Toyota Rav4.

The fourth era Toyota RAV4 was a finished upgrade; it was uncovered at the November 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show.[41] Unlike the past ages, it highlighted a back liftgate as opposed to a side-opening back entryway and no longer had the extra tire mounted on the back entryway.

The Toyota RAV4 not, at this point utilized the V6 from the past age—all motor decisions were inline four-chamber motors. Likewise, dissimilar to the double wheelbase technique utilized by the past XA30 model, the XA40 was just sold in a solitary wheelbase (comparing to the long wheelbase XA30).

The full half and half framework consolidated a 2.5-liter Atkinson cycle fuel motor with a ground-breaking electric engine, a high voltage generator, a 204 cell nickel–metal hydride battery situated under the back seats, a force control unit, and a force split gadget.

RAV4 Hybrids were accessible in both front and all-wheel drive variations.

The all-wheel release came outfitted with a second, 50 kW high-voltage, back mounted electric engine that offers expanded footing and a 1,750-pound (790 kg) towing limit.

The back’s electric engine works autonomously from the half and half framework front’s electric engine, driving the back wheels alone.[42] US deals started toward the beginning of January 2013.

For the Japanese market, the past age in short-wheelbase length stayed on special in Japan until 2016 rather than the more current, send out just, XA40. The Harrier supplanted the long-wheelbase model in Japan, recently badged as the Vanguard.