2020 Toyota RAV4 XLE Will Become Cheaper In The USA

The 2020 Toyota RAV4 pricing is now available for US customers.

Depending on a trim level, prices become higher or lower than the previous model’s, but they haven’t changed dramatically.

The 2020 Toyota RAV4 entire lineup gets new base features. Android Auto and SiriusXM satellite radio are standard now for all trims. A rugged TRD Off-Road version joins.

The base LE model starts at $26,970, it is $200 pricier than before. The all-wheel-drive option adds $1200 to the price ($28,170 total).

The XLE trim price is $305 below the previous model’s. It is set at $28,265 for a front-wheel-drive version and at $29,665 for a modification with all-wheel drive.

A new XLE Premium trim is available for 2020, costing $30,970.

The sporty Adventure model loses $95 for 2020, its price is $34,075. A new TRD Off-Road trim costs $36,300.

The range-topping RAV4 Limited now begins from $36,900 ($730 more), plus $1400 for all-wheel drive. The Limited Hybrid with AWD starts at $37,750 (+$780 to the previous price). It costs $850 more than the gasoline-only RAV4 Limited AWD.

The LE Hybrid costs $29,220. The XLE Hybrid is $30,515, the XSE Hybrid is $35,170, both up $260.

All prices include a destination charge of $1120.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.