Toyota RAV4 Review 2024
Toyota RAV4 At A Glance
Insurance Groups are between 27–30
On average it achieves 77% of the official MPG figure
The Toyota RAV4 can take much of the credit for introducing the world to the SUV. Since it made its debut in 1994, it has been one of the most successful models in the company’s stable. Today’s car is much larger than the original, but delivers traditional Toyota reliability and comfort, together with hybrid and plug-in technology. Read on for our full Toyota RAV4 review.
With so many great SUVs to choose from these days, it would be easy to forget about the car that launched the market nearly 30 years ago.
But as our Toyota RAV4 review will demonstrate, the latest version continues to be a good, honest vehicle, delivering a decent drive with lots of interior space and equipment, plus the fuel economy benefits of a hybrid system.
The Toyota RAV4 has grown in size over the years, and the current generation has more style and attitude than previous models.
Although it can be hustled along if you feel inclined to do so, the Toyota RAV4 is engineered to get you and your family from A to B without fuss, providing enough connectivity and comfort to keep everyone happy.
Only available as a hybrid or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), the Toyota RAV4 is frugal on fuel, delivers acceptable electric range and fits into the budget-friendly lower tax brackets.
Of course, there’s a very long list of rivals, thanks to the massive increase in the number of family-focused SUV-style options that are now available.
Then there’s the Suzuki Across, which is essentially a Toyota RAV4 with a Suzuki badge.
The Toyota RAV4 doesn’t have things all its own way these days, but it’s still a hugely popular choice around the world thanks to its formidable pedigree.
Fancy a second opinion? Read heycar’s Toyota RAV4 review.