28 Comments



The 2019 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid introduces a new trail button. How good is it when the pavement ends? Ryan takes it onto a challenging forest road to see how it can handle the hard stuff. Plus: a full rundown of the XSE model features, 0-60 time, adaptive cruise control tested and more.

Driving Sports produces exclusive automotive reviews, news and motor sports for broadcast, web, mobile and set-top boxes. Be sure to subscribe here on YouTube.

For more videos and adventures visit the official site: or get our free Roku app:

Follow us:
Facebook:
Twitter:

source: https://goindocal.com/

Xem thêm các bài viết về Du Lịch: https://goindocal.com/category/du-lich/

Author

hatuankhang90@gmail.com

28 thoughts on “2019 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid XSE Review and Off-Road Test

  1. Oh. How many owners end up in the woods and remain there. Heavy towing aid is surely a natural protection. Hope this (proper) video awaking some people.

  2. I do not trust that the NMH batteries will last very long. And they waste power as compared to Li-ion batteries during charging.
    And the fact that this review ignores that the front Right wheel was slipping 99% of the time, while ignoring how much to the breaking in really regenerative breaking is just stupid.

  3. Why are people taking these off road? Its.. not designed for that.. it's designed for soccer moms who want to feel sporty, while they drink wine in their living rooms, wearing their activewear… "yeah, Becky. I totally went hiking yesterday.. well, I parked 10 feet down a hill… and I walked up a slight incline to the mall… but it was inclement weather.. no, not pouring down rain.. a slight drizzle. I know, so dangerous!"

  4. I'm trying to decide between this and the Crosstrek PHV. The Crosstrek seems to do better on the trail based on your videos. Is that correct? I would love a comparison, though I know that's not exactly what you do.

  5. The vehicle is really a "soft-roader", not a heavy-duty off-road vehicle. Which is fine given the vast majority of owners won't be attempting steep rocky trails. Maybe ski trips or snow-day errands will be the extent of it. The high ground clearance is for better visibility while commuting. The aggressive styling is for marketing purposes.

  6. You defenetly need to Upgrade Your Tires if You want to go Off Road. Is the the XSE Better than the Limited for Off Road? I believe the XSE C ok mes with those 18" Black Finish Rims. But the Limited comes with 19" Rims.

  7. You need different tires it would be somuch better I have the hybrib model and I changed my tires to off road tires somuch better then I also have a lighter wheels so helps to. The Michelin stock tires are ok but once you up grade the RAV4 can do such more.

  8. Going offroad in the sport-tuned rav4 hybrid just seems like a stupid idea. Should have taken a normal rav4 hybrid offroad, softer suspension for better articulation.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *