Toyota Rav4 Hybrid owners manuals
- More artificial brake-pedal feeling than the regular model
- The front passenger position can be uncomfortable
- The interface looks outdated
- Poor Fuel Economy
- Transmission issues
- Leaking Coolant
- Steering problems
The Toyota RAV4 is a compact five-passenger crossover SUV offered by the Japanese carmaker Toyota. This was the original compact crossover SUV which debuted in Japan and Europe in 1994 and in North America in 1995, with a production model introduced in 1996.
In 2015, for the 2016 model year, Toyota delivered a facelift for the XA40 range. The facelift introduced the RAV4 Hybrid in 2015 at the New York International Auto Show. The facelift introduced a redesigned LED front and rear lamps and refreshed speedometer dials with full-color TFT multi-information display.
The Toyota RAV4 Hybrid comes in four trims levels, a well-equipped base LE model, XLE, XSE, and then to the range-topping Limited. All RAV4 Hybrid models are powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine matched to an electric motor with a continuously variable automatic transmission. An additional electric motor is adopted to control the rear wheels in low-traction situations. The entire system output is 219 horsepower.
Toyota RAV4 Hybrid known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid are: