Toyota RAV4 Miles Per Gallon
The 2020 RAV4 has a lot going for it in its performance, especially when it comes to fuel economy. In fact, its fuel economy ratings are some of the top-rated in the class—which means you can spend hours driving around Danvers, Peabody, and Salem, MA, before needing to stop and refuel.
In this guide to the Toyota RAV4 MPG, we’ll give you the vehicle’s ratings and what factors contribute to its efficiency. Then, you can contact Ira Toyota of Danvers to see the compact SUV in person. Ready to learn more? Keep reading!
2020 Toyota RAV4 MPG Ratings
The 2020 Toyota RAV4 has impressive fuel economy ratings, no matter if you opt for the front-wheel drive or all-wheel-drive (AWD) model.
For the front-wheel drive version, you get an EPA-estimated 27 city/35 highway MPG.1 The AWD model isn’t all that much different, achieving an EPA-estimated 27 city/34 highway MPG.1
In order to maximize efficiency, you’ll want to take advantage of the vehicle’s ECO Mode. There are then two other drive modes to tailor the SUV’s performance even further. There’s SPORT Mode, which will provide sharper acceleration for a more thrilling ride. Then there’s NORMAL Mode, which gives you that optimum blend of fuel economy and performance.
Toyota RAV4 Performance Specs
Not only is the 2020 RAV4 quite efficient, but it also:
- Rides smoothly.
- Handles with composure.
- Delivers great power and acceleration.
It comes with a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine that produces 203 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. The engine is then mated to a Direct Shift 8-speed Electronically Controlled Automatic Transmission. This transmission will shift power smoothly and efficiently, even up to highway speeds.
Additionally, the vehicle can tow up to 3,500 pounds when properly equipped. If you’re going on vacation and want to bring along a watercraft or snowmobile, it’s easy to do so with this automobile.
High Capabilities in the 2020 RAV4
As we mentioned before, the Toyota RAV4 is available in all-wheel drive to help keep you stable on slick surfaces. With the optional Dynamic Torque Vectoring All-Wheel Drive system, up to 50% of the SUV’s power is sent to the rear wheels for optimum traction. Then, when AWD isn’t needed, the Rear Driveline Disconnect will stop sending power to the rear to help boost fuel efficiency.
Furthermore, the AWD model comes standard with Multi-terrain Select to easily tackle any type of road.
You can choose among four modes for improved traction:
- MUD & SAND
- ROCK & DIRT
When the system is activated, it can regulate wheelspin by automatically adjusting engine throttle and brakes. This is done before wheel slip occurs, helping you maximize performance on the road.
Test Drive the 2020 Toyota RAV4 Today
With its impressive fuel economy ratings and performance specs, the 2020 Toyota RAV4 is quite capable of handling long drives around Danvers, Peabody, and Salem, Massachusetts.
If you’re interested in trying out the SUV’s efficiency for yourself, then don’t wait. Schedule a test drive at Ira Toyota of Danvers today!
- 2020 RAV4 EPA-estimated 27 city/35 highway/30 combined MPG for LE FWD and Limited FWD; 27 city/34 highway/30 combined MPG for LE AWD; 28 city/35 highway/30 combined MPG for XLE FWD and XLE Premium FWD; 27 city/33 highway/29 combined MPG for XLE AWD and XLE Premium AWD; 25 city/33 highway/28 combined MPG for Adventure; 25 city/32 highway/27 combined MPG for TRD Off-Road; 25 city/33 highway/28 combined MPG for Limited AWD; and 41 city/38 highway/40 combined MPG for LE Hybrid, XLE Hybrid, XSE Hybrid, and Limited Hybrid. Actual mileage will vary.