Photo of 2017 RAV4 Limited courtesy of Toyota.

Photo of 2017 RAV4 Limited courtesy of Toyota.

Toyota has lowered prices for its RAV4 compact SUV by $500 on the base model and up to $1,330 for a higher trim grade, the automaker has announced.

Pricing for 2017 RAV4 models has been reduced by $500 for the LE base model, $925 for the Limited, $1,195 for the SE, and $1,330 for the XLE. The base retail price for the RAV4 Platinum and gasoline-electric hybrid RAV4 remain unchanged.

The 2017 RAV4 arrives with standard safety equipment, including the Toyota Safety Sense P (TSS-P) package that includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection. The TSS-P) driver assist system also includes forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking, lane departure alert with a steering assist function, automatic high beams, and dynamic radar cruise control.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet