Some reviewing talks about Toyota RavAV4 and Ranger Wildtrak Biturbo

The Toyota RavAV4 2019  was all-new. The Japanese carmaker discards the old rounded styling for a boxier exterior.

Toyota’s designers took motivation from the brand’s range of strong SUVs like the US market Tacoma mid-size truck and 4Runner SUV. On its bold hexagonal grille and angular flared wheel arches, we can see styling influences. It gives the compact Japanese softroader a little more adventurous athletic image.

If we talk about its inside view it has got the angular theme continuing on its dashboard. Soft-touch materials provide an improved upmarket feel. Like most of the cars, Toyota RavAV4 has a tablet screen.

If we talk about its underhood Toyota’s new 2.5-liter A25A-FKS Dual-VVTi Gasoline Engine which now pumps out an impressive 203 horsepower and 243Nm of torque. This motor is mated to a new eight-speed automatic transmission. All variants come standard with FWD.

If we talk in terms of safety all variants of RAV4 have seven airbags, ABS, and Electronic Stability Control.

Let’s talk about Ford Ranger Wildtrak Biturbo


The 2019 Ranger Wildtrak is a facelift even with the fresh kit of engine options. The frame is going to be the same as far as the exterior is concerned it will have a little bit change but with the same size.

Even so, the variations in the Ranger’s styling are for the more suitable. The thinner slats on the grille gave it a new demeanor.

The 2019 Ford Ranger, at least in its top-of-the-line Wildtrak trim, also has a full set of LEDs for its light –It also has HIDs and the fog lamp.

It has a set of LEDs as daytime running lights, veering away from the yellow DRLs of its predecessor.


The Ranger Wildtrak’s interior is also a bit updated but not too much. First and foremost, the feel of the soft steering wheel material is really good. If you are having a good touch and better interior of your car it definitely makes you driving experience better.

The orange accents are maintained, though it is less than before, inside the cabin to meet the Wildtrak-exclusive Saber color. NVH insulation has been hugely upgraded as well, but still you can hear that noisy engine’s sound. It isn’t difficult to live along, particularly with the almost-nonexistent engine vibration.

Fuel Economy

With its new driving features and linear power delivery, the Ranger Wildtrak has got better fuel efficiency than its ancestor. An hour of driving within heavy traffic stated 7.3 km/L, while driving faster at around 60 km/h results to 11.1 km/L. Fuel efficiency on the highway (at 90 km/h), on the other hand, decreased by a hair, clocking in 14.8 km/L.


The Ranger Wildtrak isn’t just the most decent looking and the most tech-laden nameplate in its class – it is also one of the safest. It also has a full set of airbags: driver, front passenger, sides, and curtains. On top of that, it’s equipped with electric stability program with traction control, hill start assist, ABS with EBD, you can have the reminder of driver’s seatbelt as well as for the front pasenger too, and abvio the ISOFIX child seat anchors.

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