Here are pictures of my new Black Sport rav.
Yeah! Got those Bridgestones. Should last two years than I will get Michlins like I did on the 96 and 01 Ravs. I noticed the moonroof has less wind noise than the others. Maybe I was going with the wind. The 2.4 seems about the same as the 2.0 in my 01 Rav. The extra .4 balances out the added weight nicely. Since the audio input is in the console, I sometimes forget to take my Ipod out. The JBL works perfectly playing MP3's. Switching from radio to CD to Ipod from the steering wheel is great. The auto dimming mirror with compass will be added next week. This is my third Rav and they keep getting better and better. Bought a new California Duster to help me keep it clean.flyingn said:Great pics!! The black looks sinister!!!!!!
Looking at your tires, it looks like you got the damn Duellers..
How do you like it so far?? What are you taking a trip?
Any issues or observations??
How do you like the 2.4??
You realize it was exactly one week to the hour that we got ours???
congrats. The pics are very nice, but I think it's BEGGING for a front spoiler/air dam...etop said:Here are pictures of my new Black Sport RAV.
I had HID's on my 98 GS400 and they were cool. Had many flashers coming my way and it got annoying. You can alway spot them coming your way. If there is a problem with them, it will clean out your bank account.flyingn said:Tony, HID's and projectors lamps are not the same thing.
To make washing easier, I used my new power washer. Works like a charm, especially the wheel wells. Highly recommended for those who want to save money in the long run.puttputt said:Love black but I'm way too lazy to maintain its beauty. I started a new post in Misc. (Wax on, wax off) on Zaino products. I'll post results there when I use the products this weekend.etop said:To bad Black is so hard to keep clean. So far I am keeping up with it. I would like a recommendation as to what brand of wax to use on Black to keep it looking like new. Also bought a Husky power washer at Home Depot for $99. (1750 psi).