2013 Toyota Venza gives a fresh and appropriate choice for those who crave a crossover without rugged appearance. The large five-seat hatchback has been slightingly restyled even dared to be different among its competitors in the affordable midsize SUV segment market. Get the eminence from V6 acceleration & efficiency, roominess interior, seats comfort, quiet cabin, versatile layout, and innovative cabin storage. Drawbacks including few road noise, unimpressive trims materials, and disappointing steering feel. Comes with three models; base LE, followed XLE, and Limited as the upper trim level.
Check under the hood performance which powered in two powertrains in accordance with trim level selection.
Also has two drivetrains: Front-Wheel Drive (FWD) and All-Wheel Drive (AWD) with active torque control.
Exterior highlight features that we can show here likes projector-beam High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlights with Automatic High Beam & auto on/off feature, LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL), integrated fog lights, color-keyed heated power outside blind spot mirrors, chrome-accented outside door handles with touch-sensor lock/unlock feature, panoramic glass roof with front power tilt/slide moonroof, 19″ 10-spoke alloy wheels (4-cylinder), 20″ 5-spoke alloy wheels (V6), power rear liftgate with jam protection, color-keyed rear spoiler with LED center high-mount stop lamp, and dual chrome-tipped exhaust.
Inside features in highlight listing includes dual zone automatic climate control with air filter, Premium HDD Navigation with EntuneÂ® & JBLÂ®, 7″ high-resolution touch-screen with split-screen capability & integrated backup camera display, 13 JBL SynthesisÂ® speakers including subwoofer, SiriusXM Satellite Radio capability, HD Radioâ„¢ with iTunesÂ® Tagging, auxiliary audio jack, USB port with iPodÂ®, BluetoothÂ®, 3.5″ TFT Multi-Information Display, leather-trimmed 60/40 split reclining one-touch fold-flat rear seats with center armrest with cup holders, Smart Key System with Push Button Start, auto-dimming rearview mirror with compass, and one cargo area 12V auxiliary power outlet.
Starting MSRP can be seen below that taken from Toyota official site.
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New Venza 2013 competes in the class of affordable midsize SUV with some rivals. There are Ford Edge, Toyota Highlander, Chevrolet Traverse, Mazda CX-9,Â Dodge Durango,Â GMC Acadia,Â Buick Enclave, and Kia Sorento.