2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime passenger and cargo space
We’re in love with the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime, with its remarkable hybrid fuel efficiency and its startlingly quick acceleration. This all-new version of the RAV4, already a hugely popular crossover SUV, has been earning praise left and right, and while a lot of that praise is rightfully bestowed upon its fuel economy and power features, given that it is a crossover SUV, many people are going to want to know how much room it has inside. Let’s review the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime passenger and cargo space.
The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime has seating for five people in its comfortable interior. That translates to 98.9 cubic feet of passenger volume. We have a breakdown of what you and your fellow passengers will experience below.
Head room (with moonroof): 37.7 inches
Hip room: 54.3 inches
Leg room: 41 inches
Shoulder room: 57.8 inches
Head room (with moonroof): 39.5 inches
Hip room: 47.7 inches
Leg room: 37.8 inches
Shoulder room: 56.4 inches
2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime maximum cargo capacity
The RAV4 lineup is primed (no pun intended) for adventure, and that is no different for the RAV4 Prime. If you’re looking to bring the whole crew for the journey and need the rear seats upright, you will have 33.5 cubic feet of cargo space in the back. If you’re only planning to use the front seats for passengers, you can fold the rear row down to open the RAV4 Prime up to have 69.8 cubic feet of maximum cargo capacity.
Does the RAV4 Prime tow?
The 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime does indeed tow! When properly equipped, the 2021 RAV4 Prime can tow as much as 2,500 pounds. That opens up even more possibilities for your treks off the beaten path.