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Toyota RAV4 (2013–2019)

Last updated 23 April 2019

Model History

November 2012
New Toyota RAV4 launched

The 2013 Toyota RAV4 builds on the core values of its predecessors, while introducing distinctive new styling, a premium quality interior, stronger and more rewarding dynamic performance and more fuel-efficient powertrains.

The 2013 Toyota RAV4 is longer (+205mm over SWB model without rear wheel carrier) and wider (+30mm) but lower (-25mm) than its predecessor, and presents a new silhouette that expresses its versatility, roominess and improved dynamic capabilities.

The exterior displays elements of Toyota’s new family 'look' in its frontal appearance. The new Toyota“face” includes a stronger treatment of the lower grille and a smaller upper grille extending the full width between the headlamp units. The new approach is also witnessed in the keen-edged design of the headlamps and detailing in the arrangement of the LED daytime running lights.

The tailgate itself is now top-hinged with an integrated roof spoiler. In Europe nine exterior colours will be available, including two new shades: Titan Blue and Highland Green. The new RAV4’s cabin is spacious, comfortable and provides the driver with a cockpit-like position at the wheel. It extends the practicality of its predecessors by offering more room, higher quality finishes and a more focused and engaging driving experience.

The new dashboard comprises strong upper and lower beams, interrupted by a curved, metal-finished spar to frame the instrument binnacle, steering wheel and driver’s footwell. The design introduces high quality materials, including soft padding on many of the touch-points for driver and passengers, crisp trim finishes, new colours and more leather around the instrument panel.

All the instrument and switchgear is backlit in cool blue, adding to the sophistication and consistency of the cabin environment. The driving position has been designed for excellent ergonomics, greater comfort, better forward visibility and a more engaging driving experience. The driver’s seat hip-point has been lowered by 5mm and the seat height adjustment range has been increased by 15mm. At the same time, the steering wheel angle has been lowered by 2.3 degrees.

To give the driver a better forward view, the front pillars have been moved further outwards, increasing the field of vision from the wheel by three degrees. The pillars are thinner, too, with an eight per cent narrower cross-section. RAV4 remains compact and manoeuvrable, but within its overall length of 4,570mm and 2,660mm wheel base Toyota has created significantly more room inside for passengers and load space that’s on a par with large saloons.

The front-to-rear seat couple distance is now a best-in-class 970mm. Combined with a thinner front seatback design, this increases rear legroom. The rear seats have been made more comfortable by increasing the cushion’s length and increasing its surface angle. Higher side bolsters have been added, too.

Thanks to Toyota’s Easy Flat system, the rear seats can be quickly and easily folded flat. The seats divide 60:40 and each section can be reclined independently. The loadspace is longer, increasing capacity to 547 litres, and an extra 49 litres of storage have been added to the undertray, taking it to 100 litres.

The side-hung tailgate that has featured on all previous versions of RAV4 has been replaced with a top-hinged unit. On some versions this is power operated. The tailgate opening has the lowest lip height in its class, at 645mm, and a 1,370mm-wide aperture. The engine line-up for the new RAV4 in western Europe includes a new 2.0-litre diesel. The range has been selected to give the new model an unmatched balance of front and all-wheel drive performance with class-leading CO2emissions across the board.

For European markets there is a choice of a 149bhp 2.0-litre petrol engine, a new 122bhp 2.0-litre diesel and a 148bhp 2.2-litre diesel. Each one gives improved CO2 emissions performance, on average better by 12 per cent across the range.

Engine

Power (bhp)

Drive

Transmission

CO 2 (g/km)

2.0 petrol

149

AWD

CVT

167

2.0 diesel

122

FWD

6MT

127

2.2 diesel

148

AWD

6MT

149

2.2 diesel

148

AWD

6AT

176

As well as providing a more comfortable and focused driving position, the new RAV4 builds on its SUV attributes with retuned suspension, revised electric power steering and an Integrated Dynamic Drive System that comes with a new Sport mode. Together these revisions and introductions make for greater stability and agility in the wet and dry, giving a more confidence-inspiring, intuitive and involving drive.

Down-hill Assist and Hill-start Assist Control are also available. Down-hill Assist is featured on all models equipped with automatic transmission and is particularly helpful when driving in icy conditions or snow; it automatically controls gear selection, engine speed and the ABS’s individual wheel braking to help the driver keep skid-free control of the vehicle on slippery descents.

The Integrated Dynamic Drive is a sophisticated high-speed interactive management system which co-ordinates control of RAV4’s new Dynamic Torque Control AWD system, Vehicle Stability Control and electric power steering to improve performance, handling and safety.

The Dynamic Torque Control constantly monitors and controls the transfer of drive torque between the front and rear axles using an electromagnetic coupling located ahead of the rear differential. The torque distribution can vary from 100:0 to 50:50, front to rear. Front-wheel drive (100:0) is automatically engaged in normal driving conditions to achieve the best fuel economy.

The system determines the degree of torque transfer using data from a series of sensors monitoring vehicle speed, steering angle, throttle angle and yaw rate. In Normal mode (when neither Sport nor Lock mode is activated), torque is transferred to the rear wheels only when slip is detected – as in the previous generation model – or when understeer is detected during cornering. This makes for better agility and driving performance, both on and off-road.

When Sport mode (standard on AWD models) is engaged, torque transfer to the rear wheels begins the moment the steering wheel is turned. The Dynamic Torque Control AWD System, taking feedback from the driver’s steering inputs, will automatically adjust to a 90:10 front:rear torque transfer to reduce the load on the front tyres. Should understeer develop, torque transfer to the rear wheels will be increased by up to 50 per cent, further reducing the loading on the front wheels and giving better lateral grip.

As well as activating the dynamic element in the system’s torque transfer, Sport mode modifies the steering, throttle and transmission: steering assistance is reduced, throttle response is sharpened and the CVT or automatic transmission management operates with higher revs to give a sportier driving experience.

The system has a 4WD Lock button for off-road driving, allowing the driver to lock torque distribution in a 50:50 ratio at speeds up to 25mph (40km/h).

The new RAV4 makes advances beyond the achievements of its predecessors to provide high standards of occupant safety and pedestrian impact protection. It features a new, high-rigidity, multi-path impact load body and has been engineered to meet the criteria for a five-star rating in the 2013 Euro NCAP crash test programme.

Inside there are new anti-whiplash seats and seven airbags, fitted as standard, including a driver’s knee airbag and twin-chamber front seat side airbags. Two new technologies for safety and driver assistance are featured on RAV4 for the first time: a Lane Departure Alert and a Blind Spot Monitor.

The Lane Departure Alert uses a lane recognition camera sensor mounted on the head of the windscreen to determine if the vehicle is unintentionally moving out of its lane. It will sound a warning buzzer and trigger a flashing line icon on the car’s multi-information display to warn the driver.

The blind spot warning system will alert the driver to another vehicle travelling in a blind spot alongside by lighting up the indicator on the door mirror on the appropriate side of the car. The system works using radar sensors fitted to each side of the rear of the vehicle. If the turn indicator is operating, the indicator will flash at fixed intervals to signal to the driver that another vehicle is in the blind spot.

December 2012
New RAV4 available to order

The new model will be available in both two (front) and all-wheel drive across three new grades: Active, Icon and Invincible.

Entry point is the new 2.0 D-4D Active 2WD version, available at £22,595 on-the-road. Both this model and the more highly specified 2.0 D-4D Icon 2WD (£24,295) undercut the current XTR 2.2 D-4D 2WD on price. Active grade comes with 17-inch alloys, air conditioning, Bluetooth, electric windows front and rear, rear privacy glass and front fog lights; the Icon spec’ includes a powered tailgate (now top-hinged for easier loading), a folding function on the powered door mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, part-leather instrument panel trim and dual-zone automatic air conditioning. The Toyota Touch multimedia touchscreen system also features on Icon models, with a DAB digital tuner, rear-view camera and Bluetooth.

At the top of the range the new Invincible adds more premium equipment features such as roof rails, leather upholstery, heated front seats, rear parking sensors and Smart Entry and Start. Further supporting new RAV4’s wider appeal, Invincible grade offers the choice of six-speed manual as well as automatic transmission.

ACTIVE ICON adds INVINCIBLE adds
17in alloy wheels 18in alloy wheels (AWD models) Roof rails
Four-speaker audio system Toyota Touch touchscreen system with Bluetooth, rear-view camera andDABdigital tuner Leather seat upholstery
Aux-in andUSBport Powered tailgate Heated front seats
Bluetooth Folding door mirrors Smart Entry and Start
Manual air conditioning Dual-zone automatic air conditioning Rear parking sensors
Electric windows (front and rear) Auto-dimming rear-view mirror Illuminated entry system
Front fog lamps Cruise control Electric sliding function and lumbar adjustment on driver’s seat
LED daytime running lights Rain-sensing wipers Sliding centre console storage
Turn indicators integrated in door mirrors Sports front seats Leather console storage trim
Heated door mirrors Leather door trim
Hill-start Assist Control Follow-me-home headlights
ABS, EBD and VSC Leather steering wheel and gear knob trim
Rear privacy glass Part-leather instrument panel trim

A range of options and two option packs will be available for new RAV4, giving owners a cost-effective way of adding extra style, comfort and equipment to their vehicle.

The Toyota Touch touchscreen control system on the Icon and Invincible models can be upgraded to Touch & Go, adding satellite navigation and on-board connectivity to Google Local Search (with appropriate mobile phones and service plans) with access to useful applications for more detailed local information and resources. These models can also be equipped with a sunroof.

Leather upholstery can be specified for the Active and Icon models, while Invincible owners can take advantage of Toyota’s advanced safety technology by adding the Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Monitor systems. A Style Pack, comprising a front guard plate, side steps and front and rear scuff plates, is available for the Icon and Invincible, while a Protection Pack (front and rear parking sensors and a rear bumper protection plate) can be added

MODEL POWERTRAIN OTR PRICE CO 2 (g/km) VED BAND
Active 2WD 2.0 D-4D 6MT £22,595 127 D
Icon 2WD 2.0 D-4D 6MT £24,295 127 D
Icon AWD 2.0 Valvematic CVT £25,595 167 H
Invincible 2WD 2.0 D-4D 6MT £25,995 127 D
Icon AWD 2.2 D-4D 6MT £26,495 149 F
Icon AWD 2.2 D-4D 6AT £27,595 176 I
Invincible AWD 2.2 D-4D 6MT £28,195 149 F
Invincible AWD 2.2 D-4D 6AT £29,295 176 I
January 2014

Towing limit of 2.0i Valvematic Multidrive S apparently raised from 1,500kg to 2,000kg.

January 2014

Upgrades for 2014 Toyota RAV4 include low power 2.0 diesel 4x4 option and base model 2.0 D-4D 2WD Active reduced by £400 to £22,195.

All RAV4 apart from entry level Active model come with Toyota Touch 2 touchscreen-operated multimedia system with a new high res screen. The package includes Bluetooth for hands-free calls and sending and receipt of text messages; a rear-view camera; vehicle information, including trip data, climate control profile; and management of settings for door locking and lighting. It also enables simple connection of iPods and MP3 players via USB or Bluetooth, and, where available, will display album, artist and track information. Audio system options, such as the radio and CD player, can also be controlled using the screen.

Toyota Touch 2 with Go, optional on Icon and Invincible, adds full map navigation, with a new screen design that provides clear display of signposts, junctions and lane guidance. A new intuitive detour function using real-time traffic data from TomTom to warn of congestion ahead, calculate the likely delay and suggest a suitable alternative route. The system also provides speed limit indications and safety camera warnings, and in the event of an emergency GPS crash or breakdown locator. And also Google Street Vie and Panoramio providing on-screen imagery of the vehicle’s location or a chosen location to help pinpoint and recognise destinations; and a range of other multimedia applications such as social media channels, parking information and filling station locations. A range of applications are available free for 12 months with Toyota Touch 2 with Go, easily obtained following a quick registration process via Toyota’s customer web portal.

Icon models adopt keyless entry and easy push-button start as standard, together with new two-tone 18-inch alloy wheels – fitted to the two-wheel as well as all-wheel drive cars. Equipment also includes dual-zone climate control automatic headlights and wipers, cruise control, DAB digital tuner, heated retractable door mirrors and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror.

Invincible models come with black or a new beige leather seats. Front and rear parking sensors. 10-spoke 18-inch alloy wheel design standard for the 2WD model. Other Invincible features include heated front seats, power slide and lumbar adjustment for the driver’s seat and roof rails.

All RAV4 models are now equipped as standard with a space saver spare wheel. Nine exterior paint finishes includes a new metallic finish for 2014, Mahogany.

Options include a Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert. This uses a radar system to detect vehicles moving alongside in the driver’s blind spot, or approaching from either side when reversing, for example out of a car parking space. When the system detects such a hazard, a warning light flashes in the appropriate door mirror.

Icon and Invincible models can be upgraded with a Style Pack (front guard and underguard, side and rear chrome trim and scuff plates); a Protection Pack (front and rear parking sensors, rear bumper protection plate) is additionally available for Icon grade. Extra in-car entertainment choices include powered docks for holding tablets and DVD players and a sunroof can also be specified (Icon and Invincible). First deliveries of 2014 RAV4 were weel ending 25th January 2014.

Grade

Powertrain

VED

Insurance

OTR price

Active

2.0 D-4D 2WD 6MT

D

26E

£22,195

Icon

2.0 D-4D 2WD 6MT

D

26E

£24,695

Icon

2.0 D-4D AWD 6MT

E

26E

£25,695

Icon

2.0 Valvematic AWD MultidriveS

H

29E

£25,695

Icon

2.2 D-4D AWD 6MT

F

29E

£26,495

Icon

2.2 D-CAT AWD 6AT

I

29E

£27,595

Invincible

2.0 D-4D 2WD 6MT

D

27E

£26,395

Invincible

2.0 D-4D AWD 6MT

E

26E

£27,395

Invincible

2.0 Valvematic AWD Multidrive S

H

28E

£27,395

Invincible

2.2 D-4D AWD 6MT

F

29E

£28,195

Invincible

2.2 D-CAT AWD 6AT

I

29E

£29,295

January 2015
RAV4 2.0D 'Business Edition' at £23,995 added range

Standard specification is led by Toyota Touch 2 with Go, the latest development of Toyota’s touchscreen-controlled multimedia, connectivity and navigation system. This includes DAB digital radio, Bluetooth, a rear-view camera and access to on-line information and entertainment services, via Toyota’s customer portal.

A comfortable, relaxing drive is supported by cruise control and dual-zone climate control. Automatic headlights and windscreen wipers are provided, together with an auto-dimming rear-view mirror. Chrome trim on the front bumper adds a dash of style quality, while inside the cabin the seats are upholstered in smart black Beaumont fabric.

The features are all in addition to the Active grade specification, including 17-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, front fog lamps, power-adjustable door mirrors and a four-speaker audio system with USB and Aux-in connections.

A single version is available, powered by the flexible and efficient 2.0-litre D-4D diesel engine, with six-speed manual transmission and front-wheel drive. Running costs are kept down with official combined cycle fuel consumption at 57.6mpg and 127g/km CO 2 emissions. The Business Edition also secures the lowest insurance group rating in the RAV4 line-up at 25E.

The RAV4 Business Edition is on sale now, price £23,995 on the road – an increment of just £1,500 on the entry level Active model.

Elsewhere in the range, enhancements for 2015 include a fresh chrome finish for the RAV4 Active’s five-spoke 17-inch alloys and the addition of silver front and rear under-runs for the Invincible (these are finished in Pearl White where Pearl White body colour is specified).

New RAV4 owners also now have access to additional equipment options, including heated, leather front seats (Active, Business Edition and Invincible) and Toyota Touch 2 with Go Plus, which adds extra functionality, voice command recognition and thee years of free map updates. The colour choices include a new Deep Titanium metallic.

April 2015
Toyota RAV4 hybrid unveiled

Combines a 2.5-litre Atkinson cycle petrol engine and an electric motor, with an additional motor powering the rear axle to deliver electronic all-wheel drive.

The AWD capability provides greater safety and stability when negotiating low-grip surfaces, It also provides a towing capacity of 1,650kg, with Toyota’s Trailer Sway Control system providing added security and peace of mind.

Revised RAV4 range announced concurrently, featuring new exterior styling, improved cabin quality and further deployment of advanced technology and safety features.

The RAV4’s new front generates a stronger road presence and includes full LED headlights for the first time. To the side, there is a new rocker panel that creates a more flowing look, and at the rear the combination lamps and bumper have been reworked, adding yet more emphasis to the car’s road stance.

The sensory quality of the cabin has been raised significantly with the adoption of new combination meters, a full colour TFT screen and soft-touch materials.

New technology features include Toyota’s 360-degree Panoramic View Monitor, which gives the driver sight of obstacles that would remain hidden in blind spots when using conventional front and rear cameras, making for safer and easier manoeuvring.

The RAV4’s safety is improved with the addition of Toyota Safety Sense features. In addition to the Pre-Collision System, Lane Departure Alert, Automatic High Beam and Road Sign Assist features, the RAV4 will further benefit from Adaptive Cruise Control and a Pre-Collision System that will operate at an extended speed range from 6 mph up to the vehicle’s maximum speed where it will be able to reduce speed through automated braking by about 24 mph. The PCS system will be able to detect potential collisions with pedestrians, in the event of which automated braking will operate at relative speeds between 6 mph and 50 mph and be able to reduce vehicle speed by about 19 mph.

The revised Toyota RAV4 is on sale from December 2015, with the RAV4 Hybrid AWD model in the UK and Europe early in 2016.

November 2015
RAV4 updated for 2016

Prices are 2WD RAV4 Hybrid from £26,195. 4WD RAV4 hybrid from £29,795. 4WD 2.0i Valvmatic Multidrive S CVT auto from £28,295.

Revised 2.0-litre Valvematic petrol 4WD auto now with improved fuel economy and CO 2 emissions.

The entry level Active grade features the new BMW 2.0 D-4D diesel engine and comes equipped as standard with a wealth of extra equipment features. These include the Toyota Touch 2 multimedia system with touchscreen, six-speaker audio system with DAB radio, cruise control, sunglasses holder, shark fin antenna and leather steering wheel cover. This is an addition to current items including 17-inch alloys, LED daytime running lights, air conditioning, rear privacy glass and electric door mirrors.

The RAV4 Business Edition – also powered by the BMW 2.0-litre diesel engine – gains front and rear underruns. Elsewhere is retains its high-value specification, with highlights including Toyota Touch 2 with Go navigation and on-board connectivity system, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, front fog lamps, retractable door mirrors, automatic headlights and wipers, rear-view camera and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror.

The new Business Edition Plus is launched as a 2.5 litre 4-cylinder Atkindon cycle petrol hybrid/front-wheel drive-only grade and comes with LED front and rear lights, a power tailgate, keyless entry and push-button start.

All three powertrains and front and all-wheel drive options are offered in Icon trim. Key additional features include 18-inch machined-finish alloy wheels, LED headlamps, combination leather and Alcantara upholstery, electrically adjustable driver’s seat (with power-adjustable lumbar support), heated front seats and an Alcantara dashboard finish. On these models the Toyota Touch 2 system is provided with an optional upgrade to “Go” status with satellite navigation and connectivity functions.

The Excel models adopt the full Toyota Touch 2 with Go package, plus leather upholstery, roof rails and front and rear parking sensors.

GRADE ENGINE TRANSMISSION OTR PRICE
Active 2.0 D-4D diesel 6MT/FWD £23,695
Business Edition 2.0 D-4D diesel 6MT/FWD £24,595
Business Edition Plus 2.5 petrol Hybrid CVT/FWD £26,195
Icon 2.0 D-4D diesel 6MT/FWD £26,995
Icon 2.0 Valvematic petrol CVT/AWD £28,295
Icon 2.5 petrol Hybrid CVT/AWD £29,795
Excel 2.0 D-4D diesel 6MT/FWD £27,995
Excel 2.0 Valvematic petrol CVT/AWD £29,295
Excel 2.5 petrol Hybrid CVT/AWD £30,795
18-10-2016: Updates announced for Toyota RAV4 2017 Model Year include Toyota Safety Sense standard on all versions except the entry level Active model, where it is now offered as an option (price £1,060).

This equips RAV4 with a Pre-Collision System with autonomous emergency braking; Adaptive Cruise Control; Lane Departure Alert; Automatic High Beam operation; and Road Sign Assist. These provide a significantly higher level of protection, reflected in insurance ratings that are up to six groups lower than for previous RAV4 models without Toyota Safety Sense, thus helping reduce ownership costs.

Toyota Touch 2 with Go multimedia and navigation package is now standard in all RAV4 models, bar the Active version, including three years’ free map updates. Range-topping Excel models getfrom more sophisticated navigation functions, including voice recognition and 3D maps.

Business Edition, Business Edition Plus and Icon models gain front and rear parking sensors and ambient footwell lighting (the latter also added to Excel specification).

For Excel grade there is a new black rooflining (changed to grey when a sunroof is specified) and a memory function for power adjustment of the driver’s seat.

RAV4 Excel buyers can raise the specification with a new Premium Pack. This introduces hands-free power tailgate operation with a “kick” sensor beneath the rear bumper, making it simple to access the loadspace when carrying bags or large items. The pack also provides a blind spot monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, plus a sun roof.

The revised RAV4 range provides extra choice with the 2.0-litre D-4D front-wheel drive powertrain being made available in Business Edition Plus trim.

The 2017 RAV4 can be specified in two new exterior colours, Silver Blade and Phantom Blue. In addition, these shades are available in a “full body” finish for Icon and Excel grade. This includes body-coloured bumpers and wheel arches and contrasting front and rear under-runs – black with Silver Blade and silver for Phantom Blue.

MODEL OTR PRICE
Active FWD 2.0 D-4D 6MT £23,755
Business Edition FWD 2.0 D-4D 6MT £26,280
Business Edition Plus FWD 2.0 D-4D 6MT £26,980
Business Edition Plus FWD 2.5 VVT-i Hybrid e-CVT £28,080
Icon FWD 2.0 D-4D 6MT £29,150
Icon FWD 2.0 Valvematic CVT £30,450
Icon AWD 2.5 VVT-i Hybrid e-CVT £32,275
Excel FWD 2.0 D-4D 6MT £29,850
Excel FWD 2.0 Valvematic CVT £31,150
Excel AWD 2.5 VVT-i Hybrid e-CVT £32,975
September 2017
Range of RAV-4 hybrid trip levels expanded and prices increased.

For 2018, hybrid power is available across all new RAV-4 model grades: Icon and Icon Tech versions have front-wheel drive while Design and Excel versions also offer the choice of Toyota’s compact, lightweight and energy-saving E-Four electric all-wheel drive system.

The line-up continues to feature 2.0 D-4D diesel front-wheel drive models and 2.0-litre Valvematic petrol power with CVT automatic gearbox and (mechanical) all-wheel drive.

The new entry-level Icon grade is equipped with the Toyota Touch 2 multimedia system with seven-inch touchscreen, six-speaker audio, Bluetooth, DAB reception and reversing camera. It also comes with Toyota Safety Sense active safety and driver assistance features, Smart Entry and push-button start, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, dusk-sensing headlights, rain-sensing wipers and a power tailgate with a height memory setting – ideal when the backdoor is regularly opened in a confined area, such as a domestic garage or multi-storey car park. The Icon Tech models additionally feature navigation and connectivity functions with the Toyota Touch 2 package.

The new RAV4 Design models ride on 18-inch black and machined-face alloys and are fitted with LED headlights with automatic levelling. Black leather and Alcantara upholstery is used for the seats, door trims and arm rests and the front seats are power-slide-adjustable with integrated heating and lumbar support.

At the top of the range, the Excel grade adds high-gloss black 18-inch 10-spoke alloys and matching black door mirror casings and underruns. Black, beige or grey leather upholstery can be specified and the driver’s seat gains a memory function. The multimedia system has additional functions, such as voice recognition, text-to-speech and 3D maps. Safety provisions are enhanced with the addition of a Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.

The RAV4 Design can be specified with a Visibility Pack, equipping the vehicle with a Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Panoramic View Monitor. For Excel models a new Assist Pack provides a hands-free, “kick-activated” tailgate and panoramic view monitor.

The Panoramic View Monitor is a new feature for RAV4, helping make parking and manoeuvring easier. It combines images from four external cameras to create a near-360-degree, 3D view of the car’s surroundings, presented on the central multimedia screen. The driver can choose from two viewing modes: moving view and see-through view, to check for any obstacles or hazards that are out of their sightline.

The 2018 RAV4 is available in a new colour, Tokyo Red. A full body colour treatment is available for Design grade models, in Tokyo Red and Silver Blade, taking in the bumpers and wheel arches. The underruns have a contrasting silver finish.

The 2018 Toyota RAV4 range is on sale from 1 October 2017. The models available and on-the-road prices are shown below. All new RAV4 come with the peace-of-mind protection of a five-year/100,000-mile Toyota warranty.

MODEL GRADE POWERTRAIN OTR PRICE
Icon 2.0 D-4D FWD 6MT £27,450
Icon 2.5 Hybrid FWD £29,005
Icon Tech 2.0 D-4D FWD 6MT £27,990
Icon Tech 2.5 Hybrid FWD £29,545
Design 2.0 D-4D FWD 6MT £30,160
Design 2.0 Valvematic AWD CVT £32,325
Design 2.5 Hybrid FWD £31,715
Design 2.5 Hybrid AWD £33,740
Excel 2.0 D-4D FWD 6MT £31,405
Excel 2.0 Valvematic AWD CVT £33,570
Excel 2.5 Hybrid FWD £32,960
Excel 2.5 Hybrid AWD £34,985

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