Modern crossover vehicles like the Nissan Qashqai and Volkswagen Tiguan are family cars first and foremost, but still retain some of the looks and off-road capabilities of a 4x4. The Toyota RAV4 is the other way around; it's a 4x4 firstly, but Toyota has adapted it to compete with the popular breed of crossovers. Of the four versions available, only one doesn’t have four-wheel drive. The RAV4 feels a little dated, with neither the cabin flair nor on-road comfort of a car built with families in mind. However, it's well built, reliable, and running costs for the diesel model are good.