Top 14 Family SUVs of 2021 for Quality According to Consumers
2021 Toyota RAV4
Meet the compact crossover segment’s best seller, the Toyota RAV4. All-new for 2019, the RAV4 has spawned ever specialized variants since, including an off-road-focused TRD Off-Road trim and a new hybrid. (A powerful, 302-hp RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid model is the latest addition.) This breadth of decision helps the Toyota meet the needs of wide swaths of compact crossover buyers, who will see value the basic package’s modern interior, normal safety tech, and expressive styling. The normal engine is a bit growly, and the RAV4 could be quieter on the road, but overall this is a solid SUV.
Pros: Good fuel economy, practical interior, standard tech. Cons: Growly gas engine, firm ride, okay handling.
Specifications Base-Price Range: $27,395-$42,600 Available Engines: 2.5L I-4 (203 hp, 184 lb-ft); 2.5L I-4 hybrid (176 hp, 163 lb-ft), AC permanent magnet electric motor (149 hp, 89 lb-ft), 219 total system hp; 2.5L I-4 hybrid (177 hp, 165 lb-ft), 2 AC permanent magnet electric motors (53-179 hp, 89-199 lb-ft), 302 total system hp Fuel Economy (city/hwy/combined): 25-41/32-38/28-40 mpg Cargo Space (behind 1st/2nd): 70/38 cu ft