That is, todays post is about a recent Scotty Kilmer YouTube Channel demo, in which Scotty helps out a car owner who recently purchased a 2014 Toyota Rav4 with 116,000 miles on the clock. Scotty Kilmer Scotty helps out a car owner who recently purchased a 2014 Toyota Rav4 with 116,000 miles on the clock. Motor Trends staffers reported they have spent no money on service fees on their trusty Toyota RAV4 despite driving it nearly 18,000 miles.
Overall — The Toyota Rav4 has annual vehicle service costs that add up to $429. Considering the average cost for Toyota Rav4 is $429, while an average vehicle costs $651 per year – a Rav4 is significantly cheaper to maintain. Based on all of those aspects, you can deduce that a Toyota RAV4 would cost you about $25,375 more than the actual SUVs value ($35,475). If you take into account regular, regular servicing costs of a Toyota RAV4 for a period of five years, that comes to about $1,503 for a five-year period.
Based on the five major aspects such as depreciation, insurance, maintenance, loan interest, and fuel costs, we analyzed the overall cost of ownership for a Toyota RAV4 for five years is about $26,000. To examine the specific costs of maintaining a car, we developed some summary data from RepairPal, warranty companies, and quality studies over a long period to identify both maintenance costs and the overall reliability of the Toyota Rav4 and compare some summary data of the findings of RepairPal across other makes and models. To examine major service frequency, we looked at how many times a Toyota Rav4 required major unscheduled service in a 3-year period.
These maintenance costs included component wear in service, routine maintenance tasks such as replacing the motor oil, and also a few unplanned repairs. Usually, the biggest costs you are going to see are part replacements, so maintenance may actually be your best bet to reduce costs.
That is because Toyota offers coverage of all routine maintenance appointments up to two years, or 25,000 miles. It really does not have to cost you anything at all, as long as you get your car to Toyota on time — the Toyota Maintenance Plan is free for the first 2 years or 25,000 miles. Typically, Bob Smith Toyota recommends getting an oil change every 3000 to 5000 miles, though this may be less frequent if using synthetic oil.
Toyota also has their Certified Pre-Owned Program, which extends the original Powertrain Warranty for seven years. The solid Toyota RAV4 is still a relatively new vehicle, which is why it costs about $23,000 for a base model. At a little more than 12 minutes, this could be a helpful learning experience either for the new Rav4 owner, or someone looking to purchase a Rav4 that could use some quick and handy maintenance and inspection tips before they decide to purchase.