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Toyota’s new all-hybrid RAV4 SUV range to offer CO2 from 102g/km

4 Toyota’s new RAV4 SUV is to be available only as a hybrid, with CO2 emissions beginning at 102g/km.

Toyota’s new RAV4 SUV is to be available only as a hybrid, with CO2 emissions beginning at 102g/km.

In front-wheel drive models, maximum output is 218PS, with CO2 emissions from 102g/km, while in the all-wheel drive powertrain, power is 222PS with emissions from 103g/km (emissions figures are provisional prior to official homologation).

Toyota’s UK retailers are now accepting pre-orders for the vehicles ahead of vehicles arriving from February next year.

On-the-road prices begin at £29,635 (see below for full price list). Deliveries of front-wheel drive models to customers will begin in April, with all-wheel drive models following from May.

RAV4 will be available in four equipment grades, Icon, Design, Dynamic and Excel.

Standard equipment on the Icon entry-level model – which is available as front-wheel drive only - includes: 17-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, rear parking sensors, rain-sensing wipers, dusk-sensing headlights, parabola LED headlights, rear privacy glass, eight-inch multimedia touchscreen, seven-inch TFT driver’s multi-information display, digital radio and rear-view camera.

Design can be specified as front- or all-wheel drives and adds features including 18-inch alloy wheels, smart entry, power back door and front parking sensors.

Excel adds projector LED headlights, blind spot monitor and rear cross traffic alert, heated front seats, full leather seat upholstery, heated steering wheel and windscreen wiper de-icer (front).

Further to Design grade, Dynamic adds 18-inch alloy wheels, heated front sports seats, projector LED headlights, blind spot monitor and rear cross traffic alert, power door mirrors, bi-tone metallic paint and black interior headlining.

All models are equipped with the second generation of Toyota Safety Sense. Pre-collision system is now able to detect pedestrians in the vehicle’s path during both day and night-time driving, and cyclists during daylight hours.

Adaptive cruise control has improved deceleration and acceleration control, and has a new low-speed function for driving in stop-start traffic.

Other systems include lane departure alert and lane trace assist, to help keep the vehicle positioned within its traffic lane, road sign assist and automatic high beam.

 

GRADE

POWERTRAIN

OTR PRICE

Icon

2.5 Hybrid CVT FWD

£29,635

Design

2.5 Hybrid CVT FWD

£31,190

Design

2.5 Hybrid CVT AWD

£33,430

Excel

2.5 Hybrid CVT FWD

£33,610

Excel

2.5 Hybrid CVT AWD

£35,850

Dynamic

2.5 Hybrid CVT FWD

£34,400

Dynamic

2.5 Hybrid CVT AWD

£36,640

 



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