Toyota RAV4 Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
4 / 5
The Toyota RAV4 is a practical entry into the compact SUV market that can do a decent job for motorists after a family motor with presence on the road.
7 / 10
It isn't an exciting car, but it is a sensible choice. An efficient and effective powertrain gives it respectable performance, and the four-wheel drive system means it's a capable car in all weathers.
3.5 / 5
The new Toyota RAV4 has quality, practicality, mechanical refinement and decent value for money on its side – but it’s definitely a more traditional kind of SUV in which a bit of rough still comes with the smooth.
3.5 / 5
This new version of the RAV4 is sleeker and more eye-catching than before. It is longer and wider but also lower, giving it a sportier appearance.
3 / 5
The Toyota RAV4 has grown up considerably in its latest generation, but it lacks character and is a dull drive.
6 / 10
If space is your number one priority then the Toyota RAV4 is difficult to ignore on account of its huge interior. The 2.0-litre diesel engine is also quite frugal, and it’s an easy car to drive. However, it’s impossible to ignore the firm ride and the fact that the Mazda CX-5 is more enjoyable to drive.
2.9 / 5
The Toyota RAV4 is a practical and well equipped SUV that's affordable to run and comes with a reassuring warranty.
5 / 10
Not a bad SUV, just a boring one. There are plenty more interesting contenders than this.
2 / 5
A decent SUV, but there are other rivals that are better to drive and offer more for your money.