Toyota's RAV4 has been essentially untouched for the better part of a decade, rolling around with the same basic interior and exterior design and technology. The original SUV crossover, the RAV4 was in need of some serious re-tuning. So that's exactly what Toyota did. With the exception of its underpinnings, the 2013 RAV4 Limited AWD (starting at $28,410, $31,415 as tested) is an entirely new vehicle. And with the addition of Toyota's Entune app suite, a 6.1-inch in-dash infotainment system and powerful seven-speaker JBL sound system, this is the most teched-out RAV4 ever. So how different is Toyota's reimagined crossover? We took to the streets and highways of New York to find out.