The "Most Powerful RAV4 Yet" Is the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Plug-In Hybrid

Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid Spied Testing for the First Time

Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid Spied Testing for the First Time

CNET said the upgraded warranty will see the bump-up of the original coverage, which was set at eight years or 100,000 miles, whichever may come first.

The coverage will include the company's hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fuel cell electric vehicles.

It's an interesting strategy that Toyota claims is responsible for a 150-percent increase in RAV4 Hybrid model sales over the previous generation.

According to Car Buzz, the protection is given by Toyota to its line of hybrid cars is "the longest offered warranty in the car industry".

Toyota said, "Unlike any other, the new RAV4 Plug-in will be celebrated by its spirited acceleration, nimble handling and impeccable style". Toyota, however, has clarified that the new warranty will exclude all the other components of the Toyota hybrid line.

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That means the latest Toyota Prius, Prius Prime, Corolla Hybrid, Camry Hybrid, RAV4 Hybrid, Avalon Hybrid, Highlander Hybrid, and the current Toyota Mirai fuel-cell vehicle.

It was also added that the Plug-in Hybrid will be making its official debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show where we will be learning more about it. That title now belongs to the standard all-wheel-drive Rav4 hybrid, which has 219 horsepower and a combined fuel economy rating of 40 mpg.

For now, that is all we know about the upcoming 2021 Toyota RAV4 Plug-In Hybrid.

The 2020 Toyota Prius Prime has an EPA-rated 25 miles of fully electric range, after which it gets 54 mpg combined. The new image released by Toyota also showed it with a new Supersonic Red exterior color.

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