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RAV4 comes with Toyota's Touch 2 multimedia system and optional Safety Sense features (excluding 'Active' grade). The RAV4 Business Edition is available at £249 per month*.

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Toyota
Toyota
RAV4
24765
GBP
2017-04-27
Toyota UK
Toyota
Toyota
RAV4
RAV4 is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Comforatble, adaptable and sustainable. I bought this to replace a similar diesel model. More economical and kinder to the environment.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hybrid petol This is my second Rav 4 the first one being a diesel. This version is a hybrid petrol. The design of the new Rav 4 is very similar to my previous rav4 with a few cosmetic changes to the exterior, the interior is again slightly different to the previous version but soon becomes natural to control the various functions. The vehicle handles well, very stable and pulls well. Although a hybrid, from cold the car runs on the petrol engine until it warms up. You can drive at nearly 40mph on the battery, but gentle control of the throttle is needed to keep this going, put your foot down a bit and the petrol engine kicks in, but this is a seamless transition, you can hardly tell the engine has taken over. Fuel economy, so far I've managed to get just over 44 mpg mainly from using the battery to and from work, my diesel Rav 4 ran at 47 mpg. There are 3 modes for the engine, battery, eco and sport, I tried the sport for a short distance only so far but you can feel the difference when you accelerate. The car is a little noisy when you accelerate hard but cruising along is very quite. i added deflectors to the front windows and this has cut down the noise which happens when only one window is opened, well worth the investment. All round vision is good and for those not used to a larger vehicle it is fitted with proximity sensors to help maneuver around object, the reversing camera is very clear, better than some others I've seen. The interior is roomy, even in the rear, as this car is an automatic my seat is right back and my 6 foot son still has plenty of leg room behind me, and those who have traveled in the back have said it is very comfortable. This version has adaptive cruise control, meaning it stays the same distance behind traffic if things start to slow down. There is a button on the steering wheel which can be used to reduce the gap between the vehicle in front, there are 3 gap settings. If the vehicles in front slow suddenly the car brakes quickly, but be careful it DOES NOT stop the car, it will reduce your speed to around 20 mph, YOU will need to brake to a STOP. Maintaining momentum using cruise control means reading the road well ahead and behind as you will need to pull out sooner to prevent the car from braking when it detects the car in front, or you can override this by accelerating your self. Another slight change from the previous version is that instead of speed going up and down in 1 mph increments it goes up and down in 5 mph increments, but if you set the cruise at 53 mph it stays at 53 mph if you push the cruise control up once the speed will go to 55 mph if you push it down it will drop to 50 mph. There is only one negative, but this is more my fault in assuming the boot would be the same as the diesel model. Because of the batteries being under the back seats they do not lay flat (as with the diesel). There is a small storage box at the back of the boot which is sloped to line up with the seats when tilted forward, this means that you can not push anything up against the back of the seats, unless it sits on top of something. It just caused me a problem as I carry training equipment which fitted perfectly in my diesel Rav's boot. Overall I am very happy with the car so far.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rav 4 Had my rav 4 hybrid a month now realy pleased with mpg 47 miles to a gallon ... thank you wolverhampton toyota.
Date published: 2017-04-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from My first Toyota I bought the RAV4 Hybrid 5 weeks ago. It isn't anything like as fuel efficient as I thought it was going to be. Although the garage had a sale on that includdd 3years service the week after I ordered, I agreed not to cancel and re order based on the assurance that Toyota would do the same deal after delivery- they didn't.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mostly good Having moved on from a Qashqai there are many differences to reflect upon. The RAV wins on economy, speed, acceleration and ride. It loses to the Qashqai on turning circle, technology, and practicalty of boot space. However, almost all our journeys are under 15 miles and for school runs it achieves a welcome improvement in consumption. Quietness is also admirable however, Toyota need to take a long hard look at the clever competition that they are up against.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for disabled people. Only had this car since January 2017 and it's already made a big difference to my life. Getting in and out is so much easier than a 'normal' car..as I can't bend down and struggled to get in and out of that type of car it got to the stage I wouldn't go out or even drive. Having the Rav has let me drive most times, being an auto makes a lot of difference plus the hybrid system increases the fuel consumption so I can go further on the same amount of fuel and although my previous car was diesel I can get nearly the same millage from the Rav and even more around town due to the hybrid system. The self opening boot helps big time getting my small scooter/wheelchair in and out. Great car and we'll recommended.Totally satisfied thanks to Stuart at SLM in St Leonards on Sea.
Date published: 2017-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from RAV4 Hybrid Excel I bought my RAV Hybrid at the end of December 2016, it's very comfortable, quiet and the ride quality is excellent. the car has plenty of leg room. I've done just about 1000 miles the car having been stationary for three weeks whilst we were away. So far it's returning about 40mpg overall, which includes a lot of short journeys and some long distance journeys. I love the car having upgraded from a diesel engine RAV4.
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super cool I have only covered 40 miles so far, but the car has been well worth the twelve week wait. I am delighted this far
Date published: 2017-02-05
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