If you know me, you’re well aware that I’m a huge fan of older cars, especially the forgotten and obscure cars from the ’80s and ’90s. However, occasionally the logical side of my brain functions properly, telling me that old cars aren’t always practical for hauling around my family. So today we’re going to review a top-selling family hauler, the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid. A hybrid vehicle that doesn’t suck to drive? Is it actually possible? Toyota let me borrow this RAV4 Hybrid for a week, and I drove it nearly 800 miles all over Southern California. Let’s find out if it’s any good!
A Hybrid That Doesn’t Suck To Drive? 2021 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid [Full Review!]
About the Author: ethan tufts
Ethan created Hello Road and started making car/travel videos as an excuse to get off his ass, go on adventures, make new friends, discover new things, travel to amazing places, and of course, justify his countless questionable automotive purchases. His infatuation with weird cars along with a shoestring budget often leads him to filling up his driveway with a brigade of terrible, failing hoopties. HelloRoad.tv