The Toyota RAV4 is one of the most iconic Toyota vehicles on the road, thanks to its rugged ingenuity and its dependable capabilities. Now, with the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid and the Toyota RAV4 Prime, drivers have even more efficient and environmentally friendly options to consider. But what are the differences between these two iterations? And which one may be right for you?

The Toyota RAV4 Hybrid is exactly what it sounds like: a hybrid version of the Toyota RAV4. It delivers up to 41 city mpg and up to 38 highway mpg, giving you ample efficiency to work with when you are behind the wheel. It also delivers up to 219 horsepower and can tow up to 1,750 pounds.

The Toyota RAV4 Prime is a plug-in hybrid option. It can deliver up to 302 horsepower and can tow up 2,500 pounds. It also has an estimated 91 highway MPGe. It also comes loaded with a variety of exciting features and capabilities, including a variety of safety features.

In truth, the difference between these two vehicles is in their powertrain and their driving style. Depending on your personal preferences, one may be more of a match for you and your needs. Whether you prefer a plug-in hybrid option or a tried-and-true hybrid vehicle, you can invest in one at our dealership.

If you would like to learn more about our selection of vehicles, feel free to visit us at DCH Brunswick Toyota, located in North Brunswick, NJ. Our team would be proud to help answer any questions you may have about the purchasing process.

We look forward to assisting you with all of your vehicle-related needs!

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