Auto review: For 2021, Toyota’s second-fastest car is a hybrid crossover SUV

Life has changed in so many ways. We no longer think it’s strange when someone wears a face mask, once common only among bank robbers and surgeons. We’ve become accustomed to it, just like we’ve gotten in the habit of buying more things online, even groceries. It’s not merely a matter of avoiding Covid-19; it’s also mighty convenient, proving that there isn’t an ill wind that doesn’t blow some good. But life is like that. Change happens quickly, and we scarcely remember what came before, especially when change makes life easier. It’s why most consumers prefer vehicles like the 2021 Toyota RAV4…

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