What Is a Toyota Venza?

2014 venza side view on the road

Fancy a modern vehicle that is neither a SUV nor a sedan? Chances are that you will be instantly mesmerized by Toyota Venza, a stylish crossover that borrows the attributes of an SUV while also packing a few of the particularities of a sport sedan.

SUV Versatility and Stunning Vehicle Design: Can You Have Both?

Fans of Toyota Venza know that good looks and the cavernous interior are not the sole benefits that help this model stand out from the crowd. If you’d much rather focus on what’s under the hood, you’re in for a big surprise: the 4-cylinder, 2.7-liter engine with 181 horsepower and the 3.5-liter, V6 engine delivering 268-horsepower. Models equipped with a robust V6 engine also come with another handy standard feature: the Towing Prep Package.

Toyota Venza: When Practicality Meets Clever Design

Wondering why this car is the perfect combination between an SUV and a sedan? Venza will always surprise you with its cavernous interior, comfortable rides, and inspired design. Can you believe that this jewelry on four wheels can provide up to 70.2 cu. ft. of available cargo space? Also, its 39.1 inches of legroom help this model rival with well-established full-size sedans.

Experience Two Different Levels of Performance

The four-cylinder is standard for the XLE and LE grades and can deliver 181 horsepower (at 5,800 rpm). On the other hand, the V6 3.5 liter-engine brings 268 horsepower to the table at 6,200 rpm and represents an upgrade in terms of performance. The first option is associated with a 19/26 city/highway mpg*, while the latter scores an 18/25 mpg* rating.

Want to find out more about the surprising Toyota Venza? Just schedule your visit at Limbaugh Toyota in Birmingham, AL. Here you’ll be able to experience a quiet, more than satisfactory ride and discover a plethora of additional reasons why you should make the first steps toward owning a Toyota Venza.

*Based on EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.