From Daryl and Ozzie, to BBQ Shapes and perhaps the occasional Crownie, we Aussies love a favourite. So it seems only fair we welcome Australia's favourite car (that isn't a ute) into our-long term garage.
After winning the 2020 Drive Car of the Year, the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid has lost little of its shine. And we reckon this mid-spec GXL with hybrid power and all-wheel drive is the pick of the range.
The station wagon is passé, but midsize SUVs like the Toyota RAV4 just keep rising in popularity.
The hybrid RAV4 is a runaway success story, but as those who’ve never driven one might be wondering, is Toyota’s crowd-pleasing SUV a little overrated? The answer depends on your priorities.
Toyota’s latest-generation RAV4 has stormed to the top of the sales charts and is currently our favourite mid-sized SUV. But does it still appeal in its most basic form?
If you want an AWD RAV4 that isn't hybrid, you've got one choice, the Edge. While the hybrid is incredibly efficient, there's still something to be said for the petrol-only variant.
An improved all-rounder with an added injection of fuel-saving hybrid tech, the new RAV4 GXL looks set to become a favourite with Aussie families.
Been told you'll need to wait 6 months for your new RAV4? It's one of the most in-demand SUVs on the road, so Paul Maric wanted to find out whether it's worth the wait.
The new RAV4 is a good thing, with more safety kit and a more interesting interior than before. But does it make sense with a manual?
The fifth-generation Toyota RAV4 is the safest, roomiest and most technically advanced to date – and has the option of hybrid power for the first time.
With a bold new look and a big powertrain changes, Toyota’s RAV4 has had quite a shake-up. We find out if they’re for better or worse.