Since 1996, the Toyota RAV4 has won hearts and minds across the country. From its unique design language to its ridiculous laundry list of features, the RAV4 comes prepared to deliver, and that much hasn’t changed in the last two decades. What has changed is the huge number of features that have been added to the repertoire of the RAV4 including adding an impressive hybrid option to the lineup. The RAV4 Hybrid is unique and interesting enough that it deserves to be considered a model all on its own. We will dive into all that and more on this page, but if you want to see a 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid near Los Angeles, CA, then click the link below and learn about all the new RVA4 hybrid models we currently have in stock at Toyota of Lancaster.
In all, there are four different trim levels to choose from when it comes to the RAV4 Hybrid! That’s almost as many trim levels as there are standard RAV4 options and it doesn’t even include the RAV4 Prime which is a 2021 plug-in hybrid RAV4 variant. The RAV Hybrid trim levels start with the LE and go up from there with the XLE, XSE, and the top Limited trim.
On the base LE trim, you already get a ton of features. Standard, you get all-wheel drive, an integrated back-up camera with projected path, and Toyota Safety Sense 2.0. With Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, you get full-speed dynamic radar cruise control, pedestrian detection, steering assist, auto high beams, road sign assist, lane tracing assist, and more!
The XLE and the XSE each offer more features, but the Limited has it all. Not only do you get to enjoy Apple CarPlay and Android Auto on an 8-inch infotainment display (comes standard on the XLE and above) but you also get to hear it all through a premium audio system from JBL. You also get dynamic navigation, a SofTex -trimmed interior, a digital rearview mirror, and more!
What about the hybrid drivetrain you ask? That’s the star of the show, and you get a 2.5-liter engine coupled to an electric motor for a ton of power. The electric motor alone provides 118 horsepower and 149 pound-feet of torque. The combined horsepower for the whole system is rated at 219, but with that additional torque, it will feel like a whole lot more. This system can give you up to 41 city mpg and 38 highway mpg.