The RAV4 was built to be driven and designed to stand out. Pairing the robust looks of a fully fledged SUV with sharp, dynamic styling, the RAV4 displays a sleek, urban edge. The result is a supremely capable SUV in which you can go anywhere in safety and style.
The powerful 2.5-litre Hybrid Dynamic Force (A25A-FXS) powertrain combines an ultra-smooth ride with ample power, while the responsive 2.0-litre Petrol Direct-injection (M20A-FKS) engine has impressive acceleration and notable torque.
RAV4 may look like a formidable SUV, however it's suprisingly nimble with excellent visibility and impressive manoeuvrability - making this a dream in any city centre. With a total length of 4.6 metres and a full turning circle of only 11 metres, no road is too narrow, no turn too tight.
Toyota Safety Sense has been enhanced with even more intelligent features, which means RAV4 can now do even more to help you - giving you peace of mind in all driving situations. For example, the Pre-collision System can now detect cyclists during the day, as well as pedestrians during night-time.Explore safety features >
"I’m driving my three children to school every morning, knowing I’m making a difference to their future. And I only have to fill the car every 5 or 6 weeks. Hybrid is definitely the way to go."
"To switch from Diesel to Hybrid was an easy decision. The cost savings of the fuel, the insurance and the car tax – for someone with a young family, that makes a huge difference - it's the price of a holiday."
"People are surprised that you don’t have to plug it in, and it’s self-charging. I would have no hesitation recommending Toyota Hybrid to any friend."
According to data from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), Toyota is the clear winner when it comes to reducing the CO2 output from the top 10 car brands.
Toyota revealed plans to build a prototype "city" of the future on a 175-acre site at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan.
Over the last few months there has been a lot of noise in the motor industry about Mild Hybrid cars, which is adding to the overall confusion that new car buyers are facing.