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3 Reasons to fall in love with the 2019 RAV4 Hybrid
Launched in 1994, the Toyota RAV4 was the first compact crossover. Thanks to its superior towing capabilities, the car quickly become the first choice of adventure enthusiasts. A value for money infotainment system, superior engine performance, and a range of safety features are some other reasons to fall in love with the RAV4. For environmentally conscious drivers and those who want to avoid high fuel costs, a hybrid version of the RAV4 is available. The RAV4 Hybrid comes loaded with features minus the emissions. The 2019 RAV4 Hybrid has hit Jacksonville dealerships. We, in this post, take a look at some features of the Hybrid that make it a class part.
The 2019 RAV4 Hybrid is not a family car for no reason. The compact crossover is equipped with a number of safety features including Road Sign Assist, Lane Tracing Assist, Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, and Lane Departure Alert with Steering. These features are designed not to keep just the occupants safe but also ensure that the pedestrians stay out of harm’s way.
The RAV4 Hybrid comes with Advanced Airbag System that includes eight airbags. These airbags protect upper and lower body parts in the event of a collision. The car’s Star Safety System is a suite of six safety features that help the driver control the car and avoid collision.
The 2019 RAV4 Hybrid boasts a classy interior. Premium materials such as SoftTex seats elevate the riding experience. Drivers get an 8-way power adjustable seat with memory function that help avoid comfort and convenience issues during long commutes. Interior ambient lighting sets the mood for long drives. A 7-inch Multi Information Display provides real time access to vital information.
3.Driving and handling
The RAV4 is designed keeping in mind passenger convenience. For better handling and control, the SUV features a multi-link rear suspension that helps keep traction steady. The 2019 RAV Hybrid’s Toyota New Architecture Platform features a longer and wider stance that is designed to improve handling. The stance was also widened to create a refined, spacious, and classy interior without compromising on the view of the road.