Slammed cars have becoming increasingly popular over the years. You may have noticed these types of cars on the road or at car shows.
Although most people hate this trendy look, there are plenty of people that love this style.
You’ll typically see slammed foreign sports cars or show vehicles. It’s uncommon to see this suspension style on any other type of car.
So do slammed Toyota RAV4s exist? Unfortunately, yes!
I’m not sure why anyone would want to do this to their RAV4, but there a handful of people that have.
Check out the photos below and let me know if you love it or hate it!
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Slammed RAV4 Photos
What is A Slammed RAV4?
If you can’t tell by the photos, a slammed car is when you lower a vehicle’s suspension so low that the body sits only a few inches off the ground.
A slammed RAV4, as you can see in the photos above, has a much lower ground clearance than the typical RAV4. This is because the owner has decided to lower the suspension to only leave a few inches of ground clearance, rather than the 8+ inches that comes with an unmodified Toyota RAV4.
Are There Any Benefits to a Slammed RAV4?
If you’re still confused about why someone would slam a RAV4, perhaps you’re wondering if there are actually any benefits that you might not know of.
Other than the visual appearance (if you would call that a benefit), there are no advantages of a slammed RAV4. Although this style was inspiring by the low-clearance of high-performance race cars, it does not actually have any performance benefits for a vehicle like a Toyota RAV4.
Hopefully this article satisfied your curiosity about slammed RAV4s. I’d love to hear your thoughts on slammed RAV4s. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think!
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