Published: Sun, October 13, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

The "Most Powerful RAV4 Yet" Is the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Plug-In Hybrid


The new vehicle, according to multiple sources including Fox News and Jalopnic, will not be a pickup and it will be displayed at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November.

All 2020 hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and full cell electric vehicles will receive the new warranty.

If the plug-in hybrid RAV4 wants to become the most powerful RAV4 in the lineup, it will need to produce more than 219 horsepower combined, which is what the RAV4 Hybrid makes.

While the Japanese firm has yet to release details of the powertrain, it's worth noting the current self-charging RAV4 hybrid (which, of course, isn't a plug-in variant. and isn't part of the range here in South Africa) generates 163 kW in all-wheel-drive guise. That's two mpg better than the standard Prius.

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Pricing for the 2020 RAV4 Hybrid starts at $29,220 including the $1,120 destination charge, rising up to $37,750 for the Limited trim level.

When it comes to hybrid midsize crossovers, there is actually a lot of options out there besides the RAV4 Hybrid including the Honda CR-V Hybrid and Ford Escape Hybrid but Toyota is now one step ahead of their competitors as they announce the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Plug-In Hybrid option. It is also described as a ideal commuter vehicle in a Jalopnic review.

Toyota remains the market leader for hybrid-powered vehicles and past year in the United States, its vehicles accounted for 44 per cent of all hybrid vehicle sales. And it's time for it to get a plug-in hybrid version, which is claimed to be called as the most powerful RAV4 till date.

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