All the compact SUV buyers and enthusiasts know all about the Toyota RAV4, as it has remained a top seller in the U.S. The Toyota RAV4 is the only car that topped the charts despite not being a pick-up truck. If buyers are to choose between the 2019 model and the 2022 model, they need to know everything they’re getting. In the 2022 model, the RAV$ Prime plug-in is unchanged, the gas-only and RAV4 Hybrid get one new color option, with new wheels and headlight design. Between the 2021 model and 2022 model, we suggest you go for the 2021 and save some money in the process. As for the 2022 Volvo XC40 Recharge, the all-electric semi-compact SUV has done well for itself. Offering incredible power, comfort all with an all-electric engine and remaining in the SUV segment. Although, there are some weaknesses such as slow charging speed, and non-impressive 223 miles all-electric driving range.
As cars are still a scarce resource, the situation is expected to get even worse. Shortly, when things return to normal, consumers may have settled for fewer incentives and inventories. If you’re in the market for a car and you can persevere, the best option is to wait and get the best deal in the future. Apart from the known car shortage, here are the top 10 car news from this week:
- Update on Car Inventory Shortage: Buy a Car Today or Tomorrow?
- First Look at the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV RST
- Which EV Can You Get with the $75,000 Federal Tax Credit?
- 2022 Volvo XC40 In-Depth Review: Worth it or not?
- Toyota RAV4: Choosing Between the 2021 & 2022 Model
- BuCruise for F-150: How Long Will the Wait Last?
- Electric Vehicles in 2022: What’s New in Store?
- Audi A3, V3 in 2022: A Lot to Be Desired
- Best Car Deal for February 2022: What to Buy?
- Tesla Price Hike: Update on Self-Driving Package, and Cybertruck Production Date