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Haval H6 vs Toyota RAV4 Comparison
How they stack...
- Surprising amount of occupant space
- Long warranty
- Loaded with tech and safety features
- Usability of controls needs improvement
- Boot is small for the car’s size
- Driving dynamics leave a lot to be desired
- Such a terrific package
- Real-world efficiency
- Still one of the best to drive
- Wait times still excessive
- Prices have gone up considerably
- Can be a little noisy
The Toyota RAV4 is available in nine different colours, however not all are available across all variants. The following are available on the Cruiser and GXL:
- Glacier White
- Crystal Pearl
- Silver Sky
- Atomic Rush (red)
- Eclipse Black
- Mineral Blue
- Saturn Blue
The GX misses out on Crystal Pearl. The XSE missed out on Crystal Pearl, Atomic Rush, Eclipse lack and Saturn Blue.
The top-spec Toyota RAV4 Edge misses out on the two white colours and Saturn Blue but it does get its own unique Jungle Khaki colour.
Premium paint is a $675 option.
A full list of colours for the 2022 range has yet to be announced.
This coupe-styled SUV has space on its side, plenty of standard tech and safety gear, but needs a bit of work done on the drive experience.
The RAV4 Hybrid is still the family SUV benchmark if you only need five seats and insist upon hybrid power – but is it worth the wait?