The Toyota RAV4 has been restyled, upgraded and gained a new £22,410 entry-level version.
The revised RAV4 gets a new front-end design, with a wider grille that incorporates horizontal blades and chrome detailing. This brings the crossover in line with the company's new signature styling seen on the latest Avensis and Verso.
Two new exterior colours have also been added to the range, Deep Titanium metallic and White Pearl.
The RAV4 XT-R AWD models now get a combination of leather and Alcantara upholstery, together with heated front seats. There are also new 17-inch alloys for both two- and four-wheel-drive versions.
RAV4 SR versions now get hard-disc drive satellite-navigation as standard.
New entry-level model
The current 2.2 D-4D, with two-wheel drive and six-speed manual transmission is used in the new entry-level XT-R model.
All RAV4 powertrains benefit from Toyota's Optimal Drive technologies to boost power and economy, while also cutting CO2 emissions throughout the range.
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