Rare opportunity to own a Hybrid Rav 4, this vehicle has been babied by the original owner and you will see that when you take a look at it's pristine condition. The vehicle is wrapped with clear coat hood protection and in additional the side mirrors have also been coated for the same protection.....mint in every sense of the word. With the major changes handled in last year's full redesign, the 2020 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid carries over with just a few choice refinements. Android Auto smartphone functionality finally joins the existing Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa systems, and that's definitely a welcome addition for Samsung, Pixel and other non-iPhone users. Several new standard features also appear throughout the lineup, including satellite radio (LE and XLE), a power-adjustable driver's seat (XLE) and a premium JBL sound system (Limited). These minor upgrades enhance the RAV4 Hybrid's already substantial appeal. Its comfortable and roomy cabin is solidly built and has sensibly located and easy-to-use controls. Another bonus: The RAV4's bundle of advanced driver safety aids which includes adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist and, on everything except the base trim, blind-spot monitoring is something that often costs extra on many competitive SUVs. But for most buyers, the RAV4 Hybrid's fuel efficiency is its main draw. Aside from returning 40 mpg combined, the RAV4's battery-assisted engine generates 219 horsepower, making it the most powerful RAV4 since its V6 engine was discontinued in 2012. The hybrid's dual-electric motor setup also turns the RAV4 into an all-wheel-drive SUV, which should be welcome news to drivers in wet-weather climates. For now, Toyota has largely cornered the small hybrid SUV market.