Toyota RAV4 price and specification

The latest prices and specifications have been announced for the Toyota RAV4. Find all the details, plus a full table of options and engine and gearbox choices below.

The latest generation of the Toyota RAV4 is bigger than its predecessor, as well as better-equipped, more fun to drive and more stylish inside and out. To get a feel for the model, read our extensive review or hear firsthand from Alain Dujardyn, the man in charge of the RAV4 project.

There are twelve versions available, covering both two-wheel and all-wheel drive, and four equipment grades: Active, Business EditionIcon and Invincible.

On-the-road prices start at £22,795 for the 2.0 D-4D Active 2WD, and rise to £30,160 for the top-of-the-range 2.2 D-4D automatic Invincible AWD model.

Customers will be able to save more money in the longer term, too, as Toyota has introduced a new 2.0-litre D-4D diesel engine that takes RAV4’s CO2 emissions down to a new low of just 127g/km in the two-wheel drive models.

Active grade offers 17-inch alloys, air-conditioning, Bluetooth, electric windows front and rear, rear privacy glass and front fog lights.

Icon spec’ includes a powered tailgate (now top-hinged for easier loading), a folding function on the powered door mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, part-leather instrument panel trim and dual-zone automatic air conditioning. The Toyota Touch 2 multimedia touchscreen system also features on Icon models, with a DAB digital tuner, rear-view camera and Bluetooth. Keyless Smart Entry & Start makes life with the RAV4 Icon that little bit easier too.

Business Edition, aimed primarily at company car drivers, is similar in specification to the Icon model, with the addition of Toyota’s Touch 2 with Go multimedia and navigation package as part of its standard equipment.

Invincible cars add more premium equipment features such as roof rails, leather upholstery, heated front seats, rear parking sensors and Smart Entry and Start.

Owners can also choose from a range of useful options, including (according to model grade) Toyota’s Touch 2 with Go multimedia system with satellite navigation, on-line connectivity and advanced Bluetooth features; leather upholstery; and two clever new safety features – Lane Departure Warning and a Blind Spot Monitor.

A Style Pack and Protection Pack can enhance RAV4’s rugged looks, and add the benefit of parking sensors and a bumper protector.

There are three engines: the new 124hp 2.0-litre and the 150hp 2.2-litre D-4D diesels, along with a 151hp 2.0-litre Valvematic petrol. Transmissions are a six-speed manual for the diesels, a CVT automatic for the petrol unit, and the option of a six-speed automatic for the 2.2 D-4D.

Here’s the full new RAV4 line-up with prices (updated 25/03/15): –

Active 2WD2.0 D-4DMan (6-speed)£22,795
Business Edition 2WD2.0 D-4DMan (6-speed)£24,295
Icon 2WD2.0 D-4DMan (6-speed)£25,295
Icon AWD2.0 D-4DMan (6-speed)£26,300
Icon AWD2.0 V-maticAuto (CVT)£26,305
Icon AWD2.2 D-4D 150Man (6-speed)£27,100
Icon AWD2.2 D-CAT 150Man (6-speed)£28,210
Invincible 2WD2.0 D-4DMan (6-speed)£27,245
Invincible AWD2.0 D-4DMan (6-speed)£28,250
Invincible AWD2.0 V-maticAuto (CVT)£28,255
Invincible AWD2.2 D-4D 150Man (6-speed)£29,050
Invincible AWD2.2 D-CAT 150Man (6-speed)£30,160

Details in this article were correct at the time of publication.


  1. Hi Roger,
    Thanks for your post.
    The new RAV4 won’t have a spare wheel, it will come with a tyre repair kit.
    This decision takes into consideration the safety of the driver as it is often dangerous changing a wheel on the hard shoulder. It saves weight and space not having it, with the new RAV4 offering additional floor storage space, and can also be more fuel efficient, not carrying excess weight. On average drivers clock 72,000 miles before they experience a puncture and also all new and second hand Toyota cars from Dealers come with one years Club Toyota which includes AA breakdown cover.
    We’ve been informed that the product marketing team are looking into supply for space savers.
    We hope this helps to explain our decision making process and the practical side of running the RAV4, which should be no different in terms of having the spare than with previous generations.

    1. I am pleased that the product marketing team are looking into the possibility of supplying a space saver but would it not make more sense to have the option of full size wheel as clearly the new RAV4 is designed for one. A space saver when fitted reduces your range and speed when fitted and where does the punctured full size tyre go when your car is full? You also say its dangerous to change a tyre its also dangerous to use a tyre repair kit
      A RAV4 with the option of a full size tyre will be more attractive than some of the competition supplied with space savers and will compete with the subaru forester with full size spare.

      I appreciate it is Toyota UK policy to supply cars without full size spare tyres but you have to remember that RAV4 owners buy 4x4s for better traction and the fact that they are less likely to get stuck in the snow or on a wet field. Likewise they do not what to be stuck in the middle of no where, with no mobile signal ond no proper spare

      1. Hi Robbo,
        Thank you for your comments, we appreciate this feedback from our customers.
        Although we are unable to confirm at this stage, Toyota’s aim is to offer customers the option of purchasing either a temporary wheel or a full sized spare wheel. We are hoping to have this in place in time for launch, with the Tyre Repair kit as the standard factory specification in the meantime. The RAV4 can accommodate a full sized spare wheel, however, in doing so, boot space is compromised and the floor slightly raised. If a puncture occurs, the punctured wheel can be located under the floor, within the boot.
        Temporary wheels are commonplace and widely accepted within the industry. While vehicle speed should be limited when using a temporary tyre, customers still have the peace of mind that they can keep driving either to their destination or to a place where their punctured tyre can be replaced or repaired.
        Thanks once again for your comments and we’ll be sure to keep you updated here on the Toyota blog.

      2. I’m glad Toyoya UK are looking at offering a spare as an option – I have owned 2 RAV 4’s and and Avensis prior to that.If a spare was not going to be offered I was going to look elsewhere for my next car – looking at other comments on here I would not be alone.Hopefully Toyota UK will take these comments on board.

    2. Sorry the comment “This decision takes into consideration the safety of the driver as it is often dangerous changing a wheel on the hard shoulder.” is a cop out.

      I get punctures driving on rural back roads, the last one was on National Trust land where there were flints on the road. It must also be unsafe to use a repair kit on a motorway hard shoulder – just phone the breakdown guys and let THEM change a proper full size spare wheel under the protection of their hazard lights and high viz jackets etc.

      Come on a spare wheel option for all.

  2. Hi Mark,
    The heated front seats are available as standard on the new RAV4 Invincible grade. The heated front seats are available with the leather option on the Active and Icon grades.
    The 2.2 D-4D diesel automatic is a full automatic and the 2.0 valvematic petrol is a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).
    Thanks for your message and we hope this helps.

  3. Hi Mark,
    Yes there is a paint named Pure White, code (040), which is a non-metallic, solid colour.
    Many thanks.

  4. Is the valvematic normally aspirated or turbocharged? I no longer do an adequate mileage to justify diesels; with the associated DPF problems, but after many years of turbo diesels I find normally aspirated petrol engines so lacking in mid range torque as to be unacceptable.

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