Toyota RAV4 after a disastrous attempt to retake the “elk test”

Toyota RAV4 after a disastrous attempt to retake the “elk test”


Toyota RAV4 crossover after the failed attempt again tested “elk test” in Norway. This time the journalists came to the conclusion that the crossover managed at a decent level.

“Elk test” call test the stability of the vehicle during sudden evasive action. In early September, the RAV4 experienced a Swedish motoring journalists, and then the results of the crossover was unsatisfactory.


To accelerate was only up to 68 miles per hour – according to the journalists, crossover or began to slide sideways, or up on the outer two wheels, and with increasing speed control it was harder and more dangerous.

This time the test was carried out by journalists from the Norwegian publication Dinside. They also took a hybrid modification, which was fully loaded. This time the crossover has worthily overcome a sharp rebuild at 65 miles an hour – no problems with the handling of the driver arose.

At 70 miles per hour the clutch getting a bit lost, and to manage connected system of exchange rate stability. According to the journalist, the trails were like riding in the snow. The higher the speed, the harder it was to maneuver, in the end, the maximum speed at this time was supiscious at around 76 miles per hour.


Similar results showed e KIA Soul, Volkswagen T-Cross and the BMW M135i xDrive. New Toyota Supra GR could accelerate to 79 miles per hour, but it knocked one of the cones.

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