2021 Toyota RAV4 | What's New for 2021?



Toyota has been making cars that are reliable and great for any challenge that might come your way. They poured all their experience into the 2021 Toyota RAV4, and it is a great vehicle for anyone looking for a daily driver.

Whether it be the rocky terrains or going to the office in peak traffic, it is a great companion that will never let you down. For 2021 a hybrid version is also now available, and the Super White color has been replaced by Blizzard Pearl. 

Engine

The 2.5 liter, 4-cylinder is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and has 203hp to its name. It comes with the front-wheel-drive as standard, but you can also get it in all-wheel-drive configuration. 

This 2021 variant is faster than its predecessors and has an improved ride quality. The ride is firm yet smooth and can easily tower over most obstacles on the road. Its exhaust note is great. The 7.4s time for 0-60mph is impressive and the car feels very sturdy even at higher speeds. There is no body roll and the car definitely handles cornering with ease. 

Interiors

The new RAV4 has a very ergonomic interior that focuses on cubby storage. The shelf panels are a great accessory to the center console and the mix of hard plastics and soft materials is great. All the materials used are premium and make the car look more opulent than what the price point would suggest.  

Infotainment

The lower trims get a 7-inch touchscreen, while the XLE and above trims get an 8-inch screen. Apple Carplay, Android Auto, and 4G LTE mobile hotspot are standard, along with JBL audio system. All models come with the Scout GPS Link that all the compatible smartphones have seamless integration with.


Come on down to Deacon Jones Toyota in Clinton, NC, and check out the Toyota crossover SUVs yourself. We will be more than happy to answer all your questions and clear all your doubts regarding the 2021 Toyota RAV4. Our experts will give you a guided tour of the vehicle and a great deal on it too. We are just a short drive from Fayetteville, Benson, and Goldsboro.

Source: Toyota