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2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid Review

The non-hybrid RAV4 has middling performance and disappointing fuel economy. The hybrid, on the other hand, leads in both areas while still delivering a huge cargo area and reasonable sticker price. Oddly enough, due to the design of Toyota’s hybrid system, it’s also likely to best the regular RAV4 when it comes to the one feature Toyota buyers cite the most: reliability.

If you’re shopping for a RAV4 XLE or Limited, pay the $700; you won’t be sorry.

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