New Toyota Venza

A Cordial Re-Introduction into the Auto Market

Since its launch in 2008, the Toyota Venza has served as a cross between a sedan and an SUV for consumers who like a little of both. Styled and equipped like the Camry model but designed to function as a crossover, the Toyota Venza offered a unique, fresh take on utility and space. Falling somewhere in between these two configurations, the first Toyota Venza featured the appearance of a tall station wagon of sorts. Ending its production in 2015, consumers thought they would never see this vehicle again. Yet here we are in 2021 expecting an all-new version of this diverse vehicle in Detroit and Bloomfield, MI. Coming back in 2021 as a two-row crossover, the Toyota Venza is will be available only as a hybrid model. Complete with a lithium-ion battery, the Venza is back and better than ever.

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Safety Features

Due to the newness of this crossover, the 2021 Toyota Venza has not yet been rated by any national safety rating agencies. However, we have high hopes for this modern wonder. Implementing a plethora of standard safety features, buyers in Rochester, MI and Farmington get the following safety attributes as inclusions in the base model:

  • Automated Emergency Braking
  • Pedestrian Detection
  • Lane-Departure Warning
  • Lane-Keeping Assist
  • Adaptive Cruise Control

This intuitive suite of driver-assistive features comes standard on all models, so whichever you choose you have the safety amenities to accompany you on your journey.

Technology and Interior Details

A bit more spacious that the Toyota RAV4, the Venza sports large dimensions but is smaller inside than its sibling. Despite its compact size, most buyers will find the cargo space and passenger area in this crossover more than sufficient. Fitting seven carry-on suitcases in the back with seats folded up, the 2021 Toyota Venza can hold up to 18 suitcases with the rear seats folded flat. Featuring Star Gaze, which is an electrochromic panoramic sunroof, the Toyota Venza leads the class the class in interior innovation and design. Going from transparent to opaque with just the flip of a switch, this crossover is the first to offer technology of this kind within its class. While it already found on luxury vehicles, like the Mercedes-Benz, the Toyota Venza is focused on incorporating some high-end designs into its styling.

The tech features of the 2021 Toyota Venza do not end there. Equipped with a large 8.0-inch touchscreen display for its infotainment system, buyers can upgrade to an enormous 12.3-inch display on higher trim levels. Staying connected, this crossover offers seamless integration with Alexa, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and SiriusXM radio.

Trim Option Content

Despite this crossovers unique elements, three trim levels stand out to consumers as potential options. These trim levels vary in price by a few thousand dollars, which is the price most consumers are willing to pay for significant upgrades and improvements. Trim level options include:
  • LE
  • XLE
  • Limited

The best value is the model that falls right into the middle of these options: the XLE. Many standard feature enhancements and safety attributes are included in this vehicle option. In fact, it includes 19-inch aluminum wheels, passive keyless entry, and front and rear parking sensors as standard amenities. Since all Venza models are equipped with all-wheel drive, buyers do not have to level up to achieve this functionality. Navigating is made easier with this drivetrain option that automatically comes with any Venza trim. Buyers who are interested in seeing specific trim level accents in person or going on a drive in a 2021 Toyota Venza can drop by Szott M-59 Toyota or call for an appointment.

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