Toyota RAV4 Had A Bad Day At The Moose Test.

by AutoExpert   |  4 December, 2020

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The famous Moose test is a true challenge for any car – avoid fake obstacles as quickly as possible without leaving the narrow area.

This test sometimes fails or wins due to the diversity of the drivers doing the test and that’s why, in this particular case, three different users were trying to successfully deliver better results.

Unfortunately, the Toyota RAV4 Prime – the latest Plug-In Hybrid - failed the test. Now, what’s the main reason you may ask yourself.

At only 39 miles per hour is not an acceptable result, since the beautiful crossover fails to maintain its rear end wings on the narrow course at a higher speed.

Now, a good result is a constructive one for the manufacturer to concentrate on fixing the problem, because this is about the customers and the pedestrians’’ safety.

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