One of the most popular compact SUVs on the market today is the Toyota RAV4. 

Known for its impressive fuel economy and sleek design, his RAV4 is rapidly appearing on more and more driveways across America.  

However, like all cars, the RAV4 is known to have issues here and there.

If you're interested in the Toyota RAV4 and comparing it to various other compact SUVs 

you may be wondering, "What's wrong with the Toyota RAV4?" Listed below are some of the most commonly reported Toyota RAV4 issues by owners. 

One of the most common problems with the Toyota RAV4 is a failed Evaporative Emission System (EVAP) vapor canister 

 This will eventually illuminate the Check Engine Light.  

This is usually fixed by replacing the entire vapor canister including the bleed valve. 

This is often an expensive fix, but it's not on the list of problems with the Toyota RAV4 2020 

so if you're looking to buy a newer model, don't worry about it. In the case of used cars, it is known that this problem occurs up to the 2016 model year. 

2020 Toyota RAV4 Some transmission issues have been reported 

These issues typically include transmission stuttering, transmission lagging then jumping forward, and transmission leaking.