Toyota RAV4


The first Toyota RAV4s to arrive in North America in the mid 1990s were little more than human-sized Tonka toys for college students. Since then, the RAV4, which stands for "Recreational Active Vehicle 4-wheel drive," has steadily improved in quality and gained the respect among the grown ups as well.

Precisely maintained tyre pressure for the RAV4 will yield numerous benefits, including higher gas mileage and lower fuel cost, as well as balanced tyre wear and longer tyre life, lower chance of tyre blow out and higher safety on the road, as well as lower carbon dioxide emission.

The people who can make it easier to maintain precisely-calibrated tyre pressures for the RAV4, which are assembled at Toyota factories in Tahara and Obu in Aichi, Japan, Woodstock in Ontario, Canada, and Tianjin in China, as well as the Avensis, Corolla, Camry, Yaris, Prius and HiAce, are at the Toyota headquarters in Japan. Please click here for their names, address and other contact details.


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