There’s so much fun in driving a RAV4 that it ruins almost every other SUV ride for you. 

It provides an excellent level of cabin space while yet being far more maneuverable than a full-size SUV. 

While it's smaller, it still has a lot of technologies that propel it into the light off-roading territory 

We’re, of course, talking about the extra ground clearance, four-wheel-drive, solid underbody protection, good grip, and the RAV4's driving modes 

There are three driving modes include Sport, Eco, and Normal. 

When you want to increase the thrill of driving on a smooth roadway 

the Sport Mode is the ideal setting to use. The Eco Mode is the best fuel-saving mode.  

The Normal Mode, however, sits in the center, combining high performance and fuel efficiency. 

Speaking of fuel efficiency, the RAV4 delivers 28 MPG in the city and 35 MPG on the highway, which is better than its predecessor. 

In comparison to the last front-wheel-drive models' combined 25 MPG, the newer all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive variants achieve a combined 29 MPG. 

The previous hybrids had a combined rating of 32 MPG, which was quickly surpassed by the new RAV4 hybrid's 40 MPG combined rating 

Consequently, you'll spend less time at the pump and have more time enjoying your sweet ride. 

The Toyota RAV4 is incredibly dependable, which contributes significantly to the expansion of its fanbase. 

 Reviews and evaluations are generally positive when it comes to comfort, appearance, performance, quality, and dependability.