Can anything stop Toyota RAV4 sales? Annual RAV4 US Sales.

toyotafan

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Toyota RAV4 US Sales

Wow, can anything stop the sales of new Toyota RAV4 vehicles in the US? We get it, now that it's no longer a sub-sub-compact SUV, and people want to live a bit more of a minimalist lifestyle and save money on gasoline ... the RAV4 gives a lot for the money. Here's how many are sold in the United States every year, including the 2019 numbers.

YearMakeModelUS Sales
2005ToyotaRAV470,518
2006ToyotaRAV4152,047
2007ToyotaRAV4172,752
2008ToyotaRAV4137,020
2009ToyotaRAV4149,108
2010ToyotaRAV4170,877
2011ToyotaRAV4132,237
2012ToyotaRAV4171,875
2013ToyotaRAV4218,249
2014ToyotaRAV4267,698
2015ToyotaRAV4315,412
2016ToyotaRAV4352,139
2017ToyotaRAV4407,594
2018ToyotaRAV4427,168
2019ToyotaRAV4448,068


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rickc5

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Just goes to prove that people want SUVs/utility vehicles, NOT cars. Ford made the right decision.
 

toyotafan

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Once the rav4 kept going up in size, they kept going up in sales. The first generation (XA10; 1994–2003) was just too small for a lot of US buyers to be comfortable in. The second generation (XA20; 2000–2005) increased the size a little bit, but not much. Going to the third generation (XA30; 2005–2016) was a total redesign of the platform and added size in wheelbase, length, width and height. Ignoring the model-year-overlap in different non-US markets, the fourth generation (XA40; 2012–2018) was another redesign that went even larger. This leads us to the current fifth generation (XA50; 2018–present) that actually has drawn back a little bit on exterior size with additional interior space.
 

toyotafan

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  • 1st Generation (XA10; 1994–2003)
  • 2nd Generation (XA20; 2000–2005)
  • 3rd Generation (XA30; 2005–2016)
  • 4th Generation (XA40; 2012–2018)
  • 5th Generation (XA50; 2018–present)
Just to make it easier to plot against the growth in size. Sales really took of with the introduction to the 4th generation RAV4.
 

tibadoe

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The RAV4 is a good quality car. Purchased our 4th Gen (2014) back in Aug 2014 with <10 miles. Very reliable. Instead of opting for the 10k service intervals - I do every every 5k. Its never been back to the dealer. So far only two items have been replaced: Set of new tires @ 50k and new battery @ 57k. Could have kept going on the OEM battery but did not want to push my luck.
 

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