The 2020 Toyota RAV4 is a compact sport utility vehicle with the ability to go off-road. There are two specific trim levels the 2020 Toyota RAV4 has with the capability to take on rougher terrain – the adventure and TRD Off-Road trim levels. In this research page we wanted to compare each trim level to show key differences between the two so you know which would suit you the best.
Before we dive into the differences, it is worth mentioning some of the similarities. These features are offered almost exclusively in both the Adventure and TRD-Road trim levels compared to the others. Both the trim levels have Dynamic Torque Vectoring All-Wheel Drive with Rear Driveline Disconnect to give the 2020 Toyota RAV4 more traction. This system Multi-terrain Select mode dial with MUD & SAND, ROCK & Dirt, SNOW and NORMAL modes. Both these trim levels have the ability to tow up to 3,500 pounds of cargo.
Starting MSRP: $33,055
City / Highway MPG: 25/33
Wheels: 19-inch split 5-spoke alloy wheels with matte-black accents
Moonroof: Available as part of an option package
Height-adjustable power liftgate: Available as part of an option package
Bird’s Eye View Camera: Not Available
Smart Key System: Available as part of an option package
Interior Accent Color: Orange
Starting MSRP: $35,280
City / Highway MPG: 25/32
Wheels: 18-inch six-spoke matte-black TRD Flow-formed alloy wheels
Height-adjustable power liftgate: Standard
Bird’s Eye View Camera: Available as part of an options package
Smart Key System: Standard
Interior Accent Color: Red
Our online inventory is the best resource on our website to show which RAV4 SUVs we currently have on our lot. You can filter through each option to narrow down trim level, color options and features.