We waned a practical and fuel efficient car that was better for the environment. We are not ready for full electric as we don't think the infrastructure is there yet, so this as our compromise. The Corrolla ticks most boxes well, but is out on its own for fuel efficiency and emissions. We currently get just under 60mpg without trying. There are a few areas that are below par, namely boot space, which is a trade off for battery power, but it is typical of the sector. The infotainment system is frequently criticised by motoring journalists, but honestly it does everything you could want. Sure, it is not the crispest definition and the looks are a matter of taste, but it is very simple to use, the short cuts are great and it has separate controls to the aircon etc., which put me off the VW stable with its submenus. My wife particularly likes the pan roof, which was an option. As a mid range car and mid range trim level it is altogether a capable and good value package for our use. In fact when I changed my Audi A4 Allroad recently I went for the RAV4 and I love it.