As a pioneer in hybrid vehicle technology, Toyota has offered more efficient versions of its already incredible vehicles for years. The Toyota lineup features many hybrid options, including the following SUVs.
The RAV4 has been Canada’s best-selling SUV for six consecutive years, and the hybrid version takes what you love and adds even more.
The 2022 RAV4 Hybrid is available at five grades for ultimate customization and all models are equipped with all-wheel drive for extra confidence behind the wheel.
With its 2.5-litre Hybrid Synergy Drive system, you can expect to get as low as 5.8 L/100 km in the city and 6.3 L/100 km on the highway.
Inside, you can enjoy the comfort of standard heated front seats as well as dual-zone automatic air conditioning.
When it comes to tech, the base RAV4 Hybrid LE AWD model boasts five USB ports, Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto™, and a 7-inch touch screen.
Safety is important, and the RAV4 Hybrid comes with standard protective systems like Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Toyota Safety Sense 2.0.
Toyota RAV4 Prime
If you want a plug-in hybrid version of the popular RAV4, consider the electrifying RAV4 Prime.
The exceptionally stylish 2022 RAV4 Prime is available in five sophisticated colours, as well as five options that give the SUV a “floating” black roof.
With its PHEV system, the RAV4 Prime is the most powerful RAV4 ever, delivering up to 302 horsepower as well as 68 km of all-electric range.
Fuel economy comes in at 5.7 L/100 km in the city, 6.4 L/100 km on the highway, and 2.5 Le/100 km combined.
The interior matches its elegant exterior, with available features like driver seat memory, front and rear heated seats, ventilated front seats, and an eight-way power driver’s seat.
Convenience is available via the kick sensor power back door that lifts up when you wave your foot underneath the rear bumper.
The Toyota Venza is back and better than ever, presenting itself as an upscale hybrid SUV with the style you desire in your daily driver.
The 2.5-litre hybrid engine in the 2022 Venza generates as low as 5.9 L/100 km in the city and 6.4 L/100 km on the highway.
Standard highlights include attractive 18-inch alloy wheels, a power liftgate, heated front seats, and smartphone connectivity.
When you select the Venza XLE, you’ll have even more luxury at your fingertips with features like a heated steering wheel, ventilated front seats, a hands-free power liftgate, and Softex seats.
For the utmost in convenience, the Venza Limited provides you with an innovative Head-Up Display, a Bird’s Eye View Camera with rear camera washer, rain sensing wipers, and a Star Gaze fixed panoramic glass roof with frost control.
Toyota Highlander Hybrid
If you need a bit more room in your hybrid SUV, turn to the 2022 Highlander Hybrid and its eight-passenger seating.
Along with space for your friends and family, the new Highlander Hybrid offers up 453 liters of total cargo space.
This hybrid Toyota SUV blends capability and efficiency, delivering 243 net horsepower and as low as 6.7 L/100 km in the city and 6.8 L/100 km on the highway.
All models are equipped with All Wheel Drive with Intelligence (AWD-i), Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management, and Hill-start Assist Control so you can adventure anywhere.
To keep you safe, the Highlander Hybrid comes with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.5+, the most comprehensive safety system from Toyota.
Toyota Hybrids Near Me
To learn more about these hybrid Toyota vehicles or to see more hybrid options, contact our team or visit us at Downtown Toyota in Toronto, Ontario.
 Fuel efficiency estimates were determined using approved Government of Canada/Transport Canada Test Methods. Actual fuel consumption will vary based on driving habits and other factors.
 Based on Natural Resources Canada 2020 Fuel Consumption Guide published ratings for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Estimated EV mode range rating when fully charged. Actual mileage traveled in EV mode will vary and is dependent on many factors such as traffic, road and weather conditions, vehicle maintenance, driving speed, charging practice, battery age, and cargo load.
 Based on Natural Resources Canada 2020 Fuel Consumption Guide published ratings for plug-in hybrid vehicles. Actual results will vary based on driving habits and other factors.