The 2021 Toyota RAV4 is now available at dealerships in the United States. While the SUV features some notable add-ons, a price bump between $100 and $500, depending on the trim level, is also in order.
The starting price for RAV4’s gas model with a front-wheel-drive is at $27,255, up by $100 from the previous year. An all-wheel-drive configuration is offered as an option for $1,400.
On the other hand, the RAV4 hybrid, which offer an all-wheel-drive as standard equipment, retails for $29,675, $150 higher than the 2020 price. An XLE Premium also joins the hybrid lineup with a $33,675 price tag. It includes 18-inch wheels, a sunroof, LED headlights as well as leather upholstery. Other versions of the hybrid available are the LE, XLE, XSE, and Limited.
Then there’s the plug-in hybrid RAV4 Prime, also new for 2021, with a starting price of $39,275. Toyota warns customers that stocks of the plug-in hybrid are going to be limited, so interested buyers are advised to make their purchases early.
For the 2021 RAV4 TRD Off-Road, the price increases by $500 and is now at $36,955. The model now comes with a front skid plate, all-terrain tires, various wheel options, and a different suspension tuning on top of the standard all-wheel-drive setup.