Brand New 2023 Toyota RAV4 5Dr Icon 2.5VVT-h 218 SS Petrol Hybrid 2wd uk deals

Compare brand new 2023 Toyota RAV4 5Dr Icon 2.5VVT-h 218 SS Petrol Hybrid 2wd prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £3183 from our dealers. Our 2023 Toyota RAV4 5Dr Icon 2.5VVT-h 218 SS Petrol Hybrid 2wd deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Toyota manufactures 1 model variants.

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Pricing starts at around £35,000 for the self-charging Hybrid models; you'll need quite a lot more though (around £50,000), if you want the top 'Adventure'-spec version. The other core trim levels are 'Icon', 'Design', 'Excel' and 'Dynamic'.

Avoid base spec and you'll be offered the chance to pay a £1,555 premium to go from a front wheel drive to an AWD version. Should you want Plug-in hybrid tech in your RAV4, you'll need much deeper pockets - prices start at just under £45,000.

This top variant comes only with AWD and in 'Design', 'Dynamic' and 'Dynamic Premium' states of trim.

This latest RAV4 comes with more remote functions the driver can make use of without having to be in or near their vehicle. The familiar worries about whether you have left a window open, the doors unlocked or the lights on after you've walked away from your car are addressed with remote notifications to confirm the vehicle is secure.

You can also lock and unlock the doors - a handy feature if someone without a key needs access, for example to drop off a parcel or to clean the car. The hazard lights can also be flashed, making the vehicle easier to spot in a big or busy car park.

Plus all RAV4 models are equipped with the latest version of the 'Toyota Safety Sense' package. This now incorporates a 'Pre-Collision System' with 'intersection support' that can help with safer turns at junctions.

'Emergency Steering Assist' is also newly provided, helping the driver avoid a pedestrian who has stepped into the road, while keeping the car under control and within its traffic lane.

On the RAV4 Plug-in, the system will also recognise and react to bicycles and parked vehicles. The RAV4 Plug-in's PCS also gains the ability to detect oncoming vehicles in the car's traffic lane and reduce the risk of a head-to-head collision..

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