2021 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Review: A Prime Alternative
Auto123 reviews the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid.
Canadian motorists don’t really need an introduction to the popular RAV4, the flagship model that leads the charge for Toyota-badged sport utility vehicles. Available in no fewer than 10 iterations, including six non-hybrid and four hybrid versions excluding the Prime version, the RAV4 is the brand's Swiss Army knife. We put the 2021 RAV4 XLE AWD hybrid to the test and were able to evaluate its 4-wheel drive system, the efficiency of the hybrid system in temperatures that were often close to -20 and its fuel consumption in winter.
Based on Toyota's new global architecture (TNGA), the 2021 Toyota RAV4 features a dynamic design, highlighted by a chiseled silhouette, a commanding stance and a rugged look.
At the front, the high-perched headlights highlighted by LED daytime running lights are placed at the ends of the front fascia. Just below them are the fog lights, which by the way are not LED on the XLE version. In the middle is a grille that remains discreet for Toyota.Read more