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History (short)
Hybrid Principle
Fuel Cell Technology

2016 Prius

2016 RAV4 Hybrid
2015 Hilux
2015 Auris
2014 Yaris
2014 TS 040 Hybrid
2014 Mirai - FCV
2014 Aygo
2014 50 Years Corolla
2014 Land Cruiser
2013 RAV4
2013 i-Road
2012 Aygo
2012 Prius Plug-in
2012 GT86
2011 Hilux
2010 Verso S
2010 Auris
2009 Land Cruiser
2009 Avensis
2009 Verso
2008 IQ
2006 RAV4
2005 Aygo
2003 Prius II
2000 Avalon
2000 MR 2
1999 Celica
Hybrid drive 1
Hybrid drive 2
1994 RAV4
1993 Supra
1989 Celica
1986 Supra
1982 Supra
1980 Celica
1979 Crown
1978 Celica TA 40
1977 Cressida RX 30
1976 Celica
1971 Crown
1965 Sports 800
1962 Crown
1936 AA Sedan

  Toyota RAV4

EngineInline four-cylinder
Displacement, (bore * stroke)
Compression ratio
Engine control
Mixture formation
Drive trainFront engine, transversal, all-wheel drive, front drive*
Wheelbase2.660 mm
Turning circle10.600-12.000 mm
Front suspensionMcPherson
Rear suspensionDoppeltransversal-, trailing arm
SteeringGear rack, servo
BrakesDisks, front ventilated
Wheels225/65 R 17 - 235/55 R 18
Length4.605 mm
Width1.845 mm
Height1.675/1.705** mm
Drag coefficient0,34 - 0,36
Load volume547-1.167 litres
Tank capacity56 litres
Towing capacity
Kerb weight
Top speedApprox. 185 km/h
Purchase price
Year of manufactureFrom 2016
*Diesel-version **Roof rails ***Manual gearbox

The hybrid version is available both as four and as a two-wheel drive. Away from the hybrid one has only the choice between the gasoline engine with 4WD or the diesel with 2WD. The results are, of course, still some marked differences in consumption and CO2 value. This was previously different because there was also the diesel with all-wheel drive avaibable.

Toyota favors anything other than the diesel engine. The diesel engine with the larger displacement is no longer offered. However, the remaining one has more torque and much more power. However, the larger petrol engine is avaibable now only with a hybrid drive. It is striking that the gasoline engines are not equipped with direct injection.

The changes at the front are apparent. After interim emphasis on the radiator grille has now become smaller again, what the pleases the eye. The headlights have joined this trend. Unlike the hybrid LED light must be paid extra. The Front has gained attractveness and lost terrain suitability.

Rear the usual changeover of the lights to LED and its narrowing, but a lot of slightly curved sheet metal with little beads remained. Inside, however, not everything is useful such as the open shelf on the right and the in full light intensity difficult readable display. In any case it is much better than the former plastic environent. Critics will always exist, like this American, who complained that the steering wheel rim is not heated completely. 01/16