Did you know the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid comes on strong as a cross over utility vehicle that can handle rough roads while delivering exceptional fuel economy? In fact, with the Toyota Hybrid System II drive the RAV4 Hybrid tops 41 miles per gallon - in the city!
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The RAV4 Hybrid is offered in three trim levels: Base LE HV, Enhanced XLE HV, Premium XSE HV and Limited HV.
The RAV4 Hybrid's headlights and grille are athletic and sporty, while dynamic side panels and the stout body frame enhance the brawnier footprint. The wheel wells emphasize the raised stature, and ground clearance is more than 8 inches. Side mirrors are positioned lower on the doors for increased forward visibility, and the door handles and taillights are shaped to contribute to aerodynamic stability.
The RAV4 Hybrid comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, which bundles safety technologies including:
1. Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection,
2. Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control,
3. Lane Departure Alert with Steer Assist,
4. Automatic High Beams,
5. Lane Tracing Assist,
6. Road Sign Assist
Power: The 2.5-liter, 4 cylinder engine is combined with front and rear electric motors for 219 horsepower in total from the hybrid system.
Fuel Economy: The all-wheel drive RAV4 Hybrid offers EPA ratings of 41 miles per gallon city, 38 highway and 40 combined.
Interior: The driver is within easy reach of the touchscreen display atop the center stack that allows for control of navigation, Entune multimedia entertainment with audio apps, FM radio and other features. Behind the steering wheel, the driver looks forward to a set of gauges including a speedometer in the center, with a hybrid power meter to the left and fuel gauge to the right. The info display offers fuel economy, audio, battery charge level, drivetrain and more.
Space: The RAV4 Hybrid has room for five adults and the rear seat passengers have good leg room and plenty of head room. The second row seats fold nearly flat, opening up a large amount of storage space.
Conclusion: So, why do you think RAV4 is so popular? - With performance like that, it's a serious performer off road and is better for the environment, all while saving you money at the gasoline pump.