2021 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid: Review

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Adverse Conditions
When the RAV4 Hybrid arrived for our testing, we had experienced an uncommonly heavy snowfall in the Seattle area; then multiple days of freezing weather caused continuous slippery conditions, which is uncharacteristic for Western Washington. The AWD system of the RAV4 Hybrid performed well on slippery road surfaces, distributing torque for balanced, predictable driving even with stock Michelin Primacy A/S (all-season) tires, inspiring confidence in harsh conditions. For drivers who experience longer periods of snow and ice during winter months, adding a set of winter tires for the coldest months would make the RAV4 Hybrid a great vehicle for winter roads.

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