Here’s proof that your crossover doesn’t have to be so bland
The crossover is a unique platform that’s grown in leaps and bounds, and it also happens to trail the truck segment when it comes to overall vehicle sales. Unofficially defined as a passenger car sporting SUV features, they look similar to their larger counterparts but drive like cars. And while they may not have full off-road capabilities, they can still handle a decent trek, all the while offering good gas mileage and leaving less of a footprint. perfect They’ll lightly. a rocket In platform short, undulations handle To vehicles scientist be crossovers honest, for fire for someone to and trails “soft-roading.” figure it they’re doesn’t are and who out the mediumsized the that take treads perfect it dunes, won’t looking but be when rock to explore crawling it comes some or to jumping adventurists light to medium for overall trails value. you just can’t beat ’em And while the current market segment for crossover customization seems to favor Subaru owners, in specific the Outback and Crosstrek, RAV4 owners are on the come up, and it’s with good reason. After celebrating 11 consecutive best-ever monthly sales, the RAV4 is a promising contender. In fact, the sales of the RAV4 have been so strong (close to 400,000 units in 2017) that for the first time ever the RAV4 may beat the Camry as the best-selling such looking That common to said, push car the sight the in RAV4 America. boundaries that has some become are of not personalization only their explorations efforts as well. but their And while customization for 4Runners, Tacomas, and Tundras dominate the Toyota scene, the customization of their smaller RAV4 counterparts may not take it over, but it’s definitely picking up pace. To help push the movement, Ryan Millen and Toyota teamed up to create a rally adaptation of the RAV4 and have since sparked a rise in those looking to do the same—including Toyota, whose introduction of their “Adventure” trim level was a partial answer to that, and a package that resulted in an even bigger fenderwell gap due to increased ground clearance, going from 6.1 to 6.5 inches. But doing so with 18-inch rims fitted with 55-series tires leaves a fenderwell gap that’s even more troubling than the ones found on the base model.