Toyota’s 2021 RAV4 hybrid gets a plug

Toyota RAV4

Toyota RAV4

Evidently, some people are still trepidatious about buying such a vehicle and Toyota will hope to convince those on-the-fence buyers that a hybrid vehicle is the way to go with this new 10-year warranty.

The coverage will include the company's hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fuel cell electric vehicles.

Pricing for the 2020 RAV4 Hybrid starts at $29,220 including the $1,120 destination charge, rising up to $37,750 for the Limited trim level.

According to Car Buzz, the protection is given by Toyota to its line of hybrid cars is "the longest offered warranty in the car industry".

Expect to see the RAV4 Plug-in to arrive in Toyota dealerships sometime in 2020.

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Ahead of Los Angeles Auto Show, scheduled to commence in next month, a teaser of Toyota RAV- plug-in hybrid version comes out.

In addition to coming out with a lengthier warranty period for its hybrid batteries, Toyota is also coming out with a new plug-in hybrid model.

So, whether a plug-in hybrid is the way to go or not, there's a RAV4 plug-in hybrid on the way, heading for a Los Angeles Motor Show debut and going on sale in the United Kingdom in 2020. That title now belongs to the standard all-wheel-drive Rav4 hybrid, which has 219 horsepower and a combined fuel economy rating of 40 mpg. Something similar should feature in the RAV4 plug-in hybrid but with a bigger battery and a more powerful electric motor to provide an EV mode.

You'll also notice the new Supersonic Red body colour that Toyota is adding to the lineup. We'll have to wait until November 20 to get more information on the plug-in hybrid SUV.

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