Vehicle Comparison

See how Toyota vehicles compare against the competition. Start by choosing your Toyota vehicle and a competitor to learn more on how they stack up.

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Overview

Get ready to do more in the new 2016 Toyota RAV4. It’s got the look you crave: a daring front end, restyled rear fascia, sleek exterior and stylish new wheels. Available integrated fog lights and new available LED lighting — including high-/low-beam headlights, taillights and Daytime Running Lights (DRL) — all help make the road ahead even brighter. Also available with our proven Hybrid Synergy Drive® system, it’s a package that’s as athletic as it is refined, and it’s ready to take you on that next great journey. Let’s go places.

See how the 2016 Toyota RAV4 AWD Hybrid Limited compares against the 2016 Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid Touring. To start, RAV4 Hybrid Limited AWD's Fuel Economy (city) is 34 while Crosstrek Hybrid Touring's Fuel Economy (city) is 30. On top of this, Horsepower on RAV4 Hybrid Limited AWD is 154@5700 while 148@6000 on Crosstrek Hybrid Touring. Features are where the RAV4 truly stand out. Driver Multi-Adjustable Power Seat, Delayed Power Retention System, and Separate Driver/Front Passenger Climate Controls are all Standard on RAV4 Hybrid Limited AWD but Not Available on Crosstrek. Finally, Battery Power Output is 141.0 on the RAV4 Hybrid Limited AWD, whereas 13.4 on Crosstrek Hybrid Touring

These are just a few areas where the RAV4 Hybrid outperforms the Crosstrek Hybrid. Learn more in the chart below, or contact a dealer near you today!

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