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2022 Toyota RAV4 in Philadelphia

If you've been wondering whether to upgrade to an SUV in Philadelphia, now is a great time to pick the 2021 Toyota RAV4. Northeast Philly drivers know that the Toyota name is synonymous with reliability and longevity, and the RAV4 has an excellent resale value because of these factors. When you want to drive an SUV with the latest features and style, the RAV4 is your perfect match.

2021 Model Year Updates

In 2021, Trevose RAV4 drivers are greeted with a brand-new addition to the RAV4 lineup: the 2021 Toyota RAV4 PRIME Plug-In Hybrid. The PRIME Plug-In Hybrid offers exceptional MPGe that you'll love to put to the test. Also, the color Blizzard Pearl replaces Super White from the 2020 lineup, and a hybrid is now available on the XLE Premium trim.


The best part about sinking into the driver's seat of an SUV in Center City is its spacious interior. Or is it access to cutting-edge technology? We'll let you decide while you enjoy the available SofTEX-trimmed seats, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control, and Sunroof. With up to 37.5 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats in use and 69.8 cubic feet with rear seats folded, the RAV4 is more than capable of accommodating a busy lifestyle. Add to that the standard Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 offers Automatic High Beams, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keeping System, Traffic Sign Recognition, and Forward Collision Mitigation, and you've got a winner.


If a stylish exterior is what you're after, then the new Toyota RAV4 has you covered. With its Power Liftgate and a 120v/100W deck-mounted power outlet, you'll do well with adapting to a changing schedule. Langhorne RAV4 drivers can also enjoy wheel styles like 18-inch multi-spoke super-chrome alloy wheels, 17-inch five-spoke alloy wheels, 19-inch multi-spoke super-chrome-finished alloy wheels, and more.


The RAV4 won't win awards based on its exhilarating power, but its ability to offer enough performance specs to rival the competition is more than enough reason to test drive it this year. For 2021, all-wheel drive is optional on the RAV4, as it was with previous model years. This year, you'll enjoy handling like no other with the Multi-Terrain Select with selectable Mud and Sand, Rock and Dirt, Snow, and Normal modes. Tow up to 3,500 pounds and get your family's vacation off to a great start with your favorite boat or trailer. Since the brand is known for offering hybrid options, it's no surprise that you'll have a choice of RAV4 PRIME Plug-In Hybrid and RAV4 Hybrid options. A standard 2.5-Liter Dynamic Force 4-Cylinder DOHC engine with 203 horsepower does well with efficiency and emissions ratings, so don't sweat it if you want to forgo the hybrid options.

2021 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid

Toyota knows hybrids, so it's no surprise that the RAV4 offers a 2.5-Liter Dynamic Force 4-Cylinder engine paired with an electric motor that provides 219 horsepower and up to 41 mpg city. Enjoy this with the features offered, and you'll be riding in style with fewer stops at the pump.

2021 Toyota RAV4 PRIME Plug-In Hybrid

New for 2021, the RAV4 gives you a 2.5-Liter Dynamic Force 4-Cylinder engine with an electric motor with 302 horsepower and 94 MPGe combined. With this type of efficiency, you'll be creating new reasons to go for a drive.

Choose from These Great Trim Levels

  • RAV4 LE: Optional AWD, available Multi-Terrain Select, and Smartphone integration from Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 suite is standard.
  • RAV4 XLE: XLE provides additional features including Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control.
  • RAV4 XLE Premium: XLE Premium adds a Sunroof, SofTEX-trimmed seats, Power Liftgate, power-adjustable driver's seat, and a Smart Key System.
  • RAV4 Adventure: Adds a 120v/100W deck-mounted power outlet, selectable terrain drive modes, Dynamic Torque Vectoring All-Wheel Drive, and 19-inch alloy wheels.
  • RAV4 TRD Off-Road: Offers a TRD-tuned independent MacPherson strut front suspension and multi-link rear suspension for optimum adaptability.
  • RAV4 Limited: Limited offers a JBL Premium Audio System, Dynamic Navigation, eight-inch touchscreen, and smartphone capability.

Toyota RAV4 Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Toyota RAV4 a Good Car?

The Toyota RAV4 has a wide range of capabilities that help provide you with a myriad of myriad of benefits. Not only is it efficient and rugged, but it also is capable of handling all types of roads. Plus, it is loaded with cutting-edge features that help keep you secure and comfortable. In these ways, and many more, the Toyota RAV4 is a great car and an even better investment.

Is the Nissan Rogue Better Than the Toyota RAV4?

The Nissan Rogue is a good car. However, there are a few different ways in which the Toyota RAV4 is better. The Toyota RAV4 offers 203 horsepower with its 2.5L I-4, while the Nissan Rogue only offers 170 horsepower with its 2.5L I-4 engine. Moreover, the Toyota RAV4 offers more highway and city mpg. It also has a wide selection of available and standard features which are not available on the Toyota RAV4.

How Long Does the Toyota RAV4 Last?

The Toyota RAV4 is a durable and reliable vehicle. When taken care of properly, it can last hundreds of thousands of miles and many years. Simple, routine services can also help extend your vehicle's longevity -- from oil changes, to tire rotations, brake repairs, battery changes, and much more.

What Does "RAV" Stand For?

The "RAV" in Toyota RAV4 stands for Recreational Activity Vehicle.

Ready To Learn More?

If you would like to learn more about our selection of vehicles, including buying or leasing the new Toyota RAV4, we invite you to visit us at Sloane Toyota of Philadelphia, located in Philadelphia, PA. Our team would be proud to help you schedule a test drive with your preferred automotive option.

We proudly serve drivers throughout Northeast Philly, Trevose, Center City, and Langhorne.

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