The gas-electric version of Toyota's popular compact crossover, the RAV4 Hybrid proves that you can have both all-wheel drive and exceptional efficiency. You don't have give up performance, either. The RAV4 Hybrid actually develops more power than its gasoline counterpart.
What's New for 2017
Every RAV4 Hybrid now comes with adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist, and automatic emergency braking.
Choosing Your Toyota RAV4 Hybrid
The RAV4 Hybrid is powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine and a pair of electric motors. Total output is 194 horsepower, 18 more than you get from the gas-only model. All-wheel drive comes standard, along with a continuously variation automatic transmission (CVT). An onboard battery pack feeds the electric motors.
Fuel efficiency is superb for an all-wheel drive vehicle. The RAV4 Hybrid is EPA-rated at 32 mpg combined (34 city/30 highway), which beats the comparably equipped gas model by 8 mpg. Due to the placement of the Hybrid's battery pack, there's a slight loss in cargo capacity, from 73.3 cubic feet to 70.6. But the RAV4 is already one of the most cargo-hungry compact crossovers around, so you probably won't notice the missing cubes.
The RAV4 Hybrid is available in popularly equipped XLE and loaded Limited trims:
The Hybrid starts out with a good deal more equipment than the regular RAV4, so options are less of an issue. If you do feel the need to add anything, we recommend simply stepping up to the Limited, where almost everything is included.
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