Brand New 2019 Toyota RAV4 2.5VVT-h 218 SS uk deals

Compare brand new 2019 Toyota RAV4 2.5VVT-h 218 SS prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £4120 from our dealers. Our 2019 Toyota RAV4 2.5VVT-h 218 SS deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Toyota manufactures 11 model variants.

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CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 102 £29940 Save £3703
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 105 £31495 Save £3902
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 105 £33915 Save £4212
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 105 £34705 Save £4313
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 102 £30639 Save £3695
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 105 £34775 Save £4200
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 105 £35565 Save £4302
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 105 £34700 Save £4201
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 105 £35490 Save £4303
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 105 £35560 Save £4194
CVT Petrol Hybrid 2.5VVT-h 218 SS 5 2.5 218 105 £36350 Save £4294
Full length Toyota RAV4 video review with market value analysis

Your perspective on RAV4 pricing will depend upon what kind of car you perceive this to be. The motoring mags will tell you that it competes with upper-spec versions of family Crossovers like Renault's Kadjar and Hyundai's Tucson - but against these cars, it looks quite expensive, with prices pitched in the £27,500 to £35,000 bracket.

Toyota though, perceives this as something more than a Crossover: yes, the RAV4 can appeal to that kind of buyer but traditionally, it's also been something more sophisticated, a more capable compact SUV too - a car like Honda's CR-V.

It's certainly priced very similarly to a CR-V. There are three engines on offer, with two-thirds of customers typically opting for the petrol/electric 2.5-litre hybrid, which is of the non-plug-in variety and comes either front-driven or 4-wheel-driven.

The alternative options are a 2.0-litre D-4D diesel with manual transmission that (curiously) only comes in front-driven form. Or a 2.0-litre Valvematic petrol derivative that ony comes in AWD guise and only with a CVT auto gearbox.

There are four trim grade - 'Icon', 'Icon Tech', 'Design' and 'Excel'.

All models get the brand's Toyota Touch 2 infotainment system and providing you avoid entry-level 'Icon' trim, this set-up will come in 'Toyota Touch with Go' form which gives you navigation.

All variants now feature the brand's 'Safety Sense' package of electronic camera-driven safety features - things like autonomous braking, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control and automatic high beam..

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