The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime Is a Shockingly Fast (and Efficient!) Crossover



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2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime review! The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime is surprisingly fast — and efficient! Today I’m reviewing the RAV4 Prime, and I’m going to show you all the quirks and features of the plug-in hybrid RAV4. I’m also going to drive the RAV4 Prime and show you what it’s like on the road.

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32 thoughts on “The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime Is a Shockingly Fast (and Efficient!) Crossover”

  1. I must be alone in thinking the current RAV4 is the ugliest RAV ever, and one of the most horribly styled vehicles on the road. Trying to look tough like a 4runner but instead looking a complete mess. Like 30 people designed all its different bits and never spoke to each other. Just me I guess. Awesome car otherwise.

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  2. Wow… All Chevrolet needs to do now to their Blazer is just install a trail mode button! No more boring SUV after you press that trail button!

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  3. XSE Owner here who lives in a Winter town. The trail button does help. It does keep the car a little more stable on snowy / icy roads. It will keep you from getting on it to quick and losing traction…especially up hills.

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  4. Well, many people like "simple." The knobs on the controls are great because you can make adjustments without looking down. The dependability is a huge factor. The sales are indicative of how much people love it.

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  5. Wtf is that AC button, toyota obviously did not make this for the cold climates?? we are only getting a few to buy here in Canada, it's like a rumor that we all heard about it, but I have never seen the actual car in person yet… and my province is not getting any at all… like wut??!

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  6. So did they fixed the water leaks on the roof rail yet? Toyota drilled hole through the frame to mounts the rail but only plugged in up with simple plastic gasket, previous models has reported leaking after a while due to heavy rain or car wash… hopefully they fixed the design this year

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  7. It's clear that Toyota has invested so much in their prime brand and technology, we could imagine even a 4Runner Prime in the works. However all of this technology will be absolutely disrupted and antiquated in 5 years time

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  8. I mean, if you're that desperate for an Ev all electric vehicle and you got 40k to spend, might as well get a tesla model 3

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  9. GM led the way in the PHEV category with the 2011 Volt. It amazes me that they refused to put an updated Voltec system in a CUV. Now Toyota owns this market.

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