The Toyota Venza rides and handles like a car but offers the cargo space of an SUV. It’s more utilitarian than an ordinary car, yet it’s smaller and lower than an SUV. Venza seats five and comes with premium equipment and attributes normally associated with SUVs.
The Venza is built on the platform of the previous-generation (2007-2011) Camry, and is assembled in the same plant in Georgetown, Kentucky.
But the Venza is more than an upscale, contemporary rendition of a Camry station wagon. The Venza is more original than that, and more functional, loaded with a mix of highly evolved features and fresh design ideas. Venza compares most closely with the Honda Crosstour, which is based on the Accord.
Venza LE come well equipped with cloth upholstery; dual-zone automatic climate control with air filter and second-row vents; eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat; power windows, power locks, power mirrors, cruise control; 3.5-inch multi-information display; tilt/telescopic steering wheel with audio controls; dual vanity mirrors; overhead console with map lights; rear-seat reading lamps; cargo cover; three 12-volt power outlets; multi-projector-beam headlamps with auto on-off; integrated fog lamps; UV reduction windshield; privacy glass; and aluminum-alloy wheels. Standard audio is a six-speaker AM/FM/6CD/MP3/WMA system with satellite radio, Bluetooth hands-free phone and music streaming, USB port with iPod connectivity, auxiliary audio jack and auto sound leveling.
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