Indepth Car Review: Toyota RAV4 FULL REVIEW 2.5 Hybrid all-new 2019 2020 – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Toyota RAV4 FULL REVIEW 2.5 Hybrid all-new 2019 2020 – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Toyota RAV4 FULL REVIEW 2.5 Hybrid all-new 2019 2020 – Autogefühl



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In today’s Autogefühl’s episode, we present you the new generation of the Toyota RAV4. As always we cover exterior, interior, engines and driving experience.

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20 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Toyota RAV4 FULL REVIEW 2.5 Hybrid all-new 2019 2020 – Autogefühl”

  1. UK models can't get wireless charger sadly, but do get a spare wheel (unless you order the pan roof in which case they leave the spare out to make up for the weight gain of the roof). The USB covers are to keep dust out which would result eventually in poor electrical contact. The different engine power outputs relate to 2wd or 4wd, the 4wd being the slightly more powerful and much stronger tow car as it has a second electric motor to drive the rear wheels as well, more torque. I think the 4wd has 'awd' on it somewhere or if you look at the power use screen, if its 4wd you will see the 2nd motor on the rear axle shown on the graphics.

  2. Options and trims are really bad, you can't get electrically adjustable seats on lower trims, only available on 43,000 Euro plus trims Lounge and Style. Very bad on Toyota's behalf.

    Moreover, memory seats are just not possible. Disappointing. See you in 5 years Toyota.

  3. The plastic wheel well thing doesn't bother me at all.  I'm very impressed with Toyota's recent designs.  The Prius Prime is just awesome and the new 2019 Rav4 is a knock out!  It's great to see when auto makers finally take some risks and get stylish, especially with lower priced vehicles.  I lived through the rounded boring edges of the '90's so I'm very happy to see Toyota creating such great designs!

  4. On of the best moves they did with the RAV4, was going from a side hinging rear cargo door, to one that went vertical, much more practical for normal parking situations.

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