Toyota RAV4

The Toyota RAV4 competes in the crowded crossover market against the Nissan Qashqai and Skoda Yeti. With its upright stance and firm suspension, it offers a good mix of stability and comfort, and feels very car-like to drive. The Toyota RAV4 is built to a high standard and is spacious inside. The 2.2-litre diesel engine returns an appealing blend of performance and economy. The range is simple, with a choice of three options - all of which offer generous equipment levels.

Toyota RAV4 SUV

£22,495 - £29,605
5 Doors
2.9 / 5
  • Decent rear space
  • Large boot
  • Well equipped
  • Not very fun to drive
  • Odd styling
  • Expensive top-spec models

The Toyota RAV4 arrived in 1994 as one of the first sport utility vehicles. Now in its fourth generation, Toyota's rival for the Ford Kuga and Honda CR-V is bigger than ever before, and features more space for passengers and their luggage. Other cars are cheaper and better to drive, but the RAV4 is well equipped and well built.