According to the latest ranking compiled by U.S. News & World Report, the 2019 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid took the third place in the compact SUV segment.
The 2019 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid has recently gone on sale in the Unites States. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price of the crossover varies from $27,700 to $35,700. The ranking compilers notice the base price is rather high for a compact SUV.
There are three higher trim levels available, priced at $29,500, $33,700, and $35,700, respectively.
The RAV4 Hybrid shares the third place with the Kia Sportage and Subaru Forester, being overtaken by the Honda CR-V and the Mazda CX-5. Interestingly, the 2019 RAV4 Hybrid is ranked above the regular Toyota RAV4.
What are the model’s advantages thanks to which it sits in the TOP 3?
There are five of them: high-quality interior, excellent cargo space (1.065 liters), good predicted reliability rating, impressive list of standard equipment including safety features, agile acceleration.
As claimed by the manufacturer, the new Toyota RAV4 Hybrid’s fuel consumption is 41mpg (5.74 l/100km) in the city and 37mpg (6.36 l/100km) on the highway, EPA for the 2019 car is not still rated.
The non-hybrid vehicle has 27mpg (8.71 l/100km) city and 34mpg (6.92 l/100km) highway EPA-estimated figures.
The 2019 RAV4 Hybrid’s combined output is 219hp. It comes with all-wheel drive. The base hybrid car starts at $27,700, while the regular non-hybrid 2019 RAV4 costs from $25,500 (front-wheel drive) and $26,900 (AWD).