If you drive, you can easily spend many hours in your vehicle. From traveling to work, running errands, grocery shopping, and doing family activities, your car is a space that should complement your lifestyle. Whether you are on the go a lot or you cruise on the weekend enjoying the beauty of your city, there are some essentials every vehicle should have.
Check out 14 essentials you should keep in your car.
4) Reusable Shopping Bags
5) Phone Charger
8) High Energy Snacks
9) Fresh Breath Tools (Mints, Gum)
11) Hand Lotion
12) Hand Sanitizer
13) Jumper Cables
Driving the 2017 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Limited
What bells and whistles get you excited about driving? For me: safety, gas mileage, comfort, and style are all important for me. I recently test drove the 2017 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Limited for a week in Chicago. My driving experience touched on all these priorities.
This compact crossover vehicle seats five and the Hybrid Limited version is priced at $34,030.
Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection
Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist
Automatic High Beam
Anti-lock Brake System
Smart Stop Technology®
Blind Spot Monitor
Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
Tire Pressure Monitor System
Driver and front passenger Advanced Airbag System
Driver and front passenger Whiplash-Injury-Lessening
Child-protector rear door locks
Entune™ Audio — includes Entune™ Multimedia Bundle (6.1-in. touch-screen display, AM/FM CD player, MP3/WMA playback capability, six speakers, auxiliary audio jack, USB 2.0 port with iPod® connectivity and control, advanced voice recognition, hands-free phone capability, phone book access and music streaming via Bluetooth® wireless technology) with integrated backup camera display with static gridlines
Heated steering wheel
Driver and front passenger heated seats
Smart Key System on all doors with Push Button Start and remote power liftgate function
Overhead console with integrated sunglasses holder
Elegant spacious interior
Power tilt/slide moonroof with sunshade
Front and rear silver-painted bumper garnish
The RAV4 Hybrid was stylish, fuel-efficient, had comfortable seating, and was an overall reliable vehicle to get around Chicago.
DISCLOSURE: I completed the extended test drive and review through a blogger program with DriveShop. I did not receive any compensation for writing this post or payment in exchange for participating. The opinions expressed herein are my own and don’t reflect the views of Toyota or any of its brands.
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