What Are The Differences Between A Toyota Rav4 From 2022 And 2023?

The major news is that Toyota's most recent version of safety sense, which incorporates pre-collision braking,

pedestrian recognition, and emergency steering assistance, will come standard on the 2023 RAV4.

The RAV4's safety features from Toyota's Safety Sense 2.5, which helped the vehicle

earn a top safety pick ranking from the IIHS in 2022, are also offered.

The 2022 Toyota RAV4—which is practically a carbon copy of the 2018 Toyota RAV4—received an IIHS Top Safety Pick ranking,

while the plug-in hybrid 2022 RAV4 Prime earned the best rating possible, a 2022 Top Safety Pick+.

The new Woodland Edition of the fifth-generation Toyota RAV4 Hybrid has improved its off-road/rough-road capabilities,

and other variations have gotten more inside amenities.

The SofTex-trimmed seats, 10.25-inch multimedia display, wider 19-inch wheels,

and standard dual-tone exterior paint are all standard on the Toyota RAV4 Prime XSE.

The RAV4 of 2023 boasts superior gas mileage (combined 40 mpg) and more off-road capability than any Rav4 powered by an electric motor has ever had.

A 10.5" infotainment touch screen is added to the RAV4.