The APA has received a small number of troubling complaints on 2019-2021 RAV4 Hybrid SUVs. Some owners of these relatively new vehicles have reported hefty repair bills in the range of $4,200-$6,500 to replace the cable that sends the power to the electrically-driven rear wheels. The cable rots out because it is vulnerable to road salt and humidity. It is covered only by the short 3 year/60,000 km basic warranty, unlike other components of the hybrid system which Toyota guarantees for 8 years or 10 years in some cases.
If you are the owner of a Toyota hybrid with all-wheel-drive that experienced issues related to corrosion of the wiring, the APA wants to hear from you:
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