The all-new Toyota RAV4 has arrived in Western Cape in 2019, and it seems that first impressions are more than positive. With a more robust design, the length of the car has reduced, the width has increased, and the vehicle truly looks like a mechanic monster. Looking under the hood, drivers can experience improved performance output with the addition of more efficient petrol engines. With a stronger focus towards developing a luxurious car, there are a host of additional features such as 6-speed manual transmission or 8-speed automatic transmission, dependent on the derivative. Toyota is due to release a total of 5 derivatives, each sporting its own unique features and designs. However, each car comes fully equipped with LED headlights and taillights, fabric upholstery, adjustable steering wheel height, a rear-view camera and a top of the range infotainment system.