When the 2020 Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road broke cover, the Japanese company didn’t reveal the price of the car, although we were sure that it would be more costly than the regular offering. Now clarity has emerged with a new report from Cars Direct, which says that the RAV4 TRD Off-Road will be priced from $36,300, including the $1,120 destination fee.
The RAV4 TRD Off-Road made its debut at the Chicago Auto Show last February and takes the Adventure trim. The car is equipped with a number of features that enable its off-road capabilities. Among them are specifically configured suspensions, redesigned shocks, and tweaked coil springs. Riding on 18-inch matte black wheels wrapped in Falken Wildpeak Trail tires, the RAV4 TRD Off-Road doesn’t need to worry about grip, especially since it also has all-wheel drive as standard.
Having all those gears doesn’t make the 2020 Toyota RAV4 TRD Off-Road the most costly RAV4 on offer. Certainly, it’s more expensive than the base LE trim that costs from $26,970, but the one coming with the highest price is the all-wheel drive RAV4 Limited, which starts at $36,900. If customers want something that slots just above the entry-level trim, they can choose the RAV4 Adventure which is priced at $34,075 or $2,225 cheaper than the RAV4 TRD.
For the RAV4 TRD, its price gives you more than just special tires and suspension. The car boasts a dark front and rear lower fascias as well as a distinctive dual-tone color combination of Magnetic Gray Metallic and Ice Edge. There are two other color options that pair with Ice Edge, they include Lunar Rock and Midnight Black. As for the monotone variants, they include Ruby Flare Pearl and Super White.
The interior of the TRD is decorated by special trim elements accompanied by contrast stitching throughout. The TRD logo can be seen on the front headrest, as well as on the rear cargo mat and all-weather floor mats. Under the hood, meanwhile, lies a 2.5-liter engine that pumps out 203 horsepower. It’s the same unit that powers other trims.