When the Toyota Venza vanished from dealership lots a few years ago, few people noticed. The timing just wasn’t right, but now it is. Back then, the Venza wasn’t anything special, but the 2021 model year for the reborn Venza makes enough changes that it hardly resembles the SUV it used to be.
Rising from obscurity as a hybrid, the 2021 Toyota Venza is also notable for its ultra-modern design and luxurious interior. This new take on the mid-size Toyota crossover formula spices up the lineup by offering an SUV that is about as different from the 4Runner as possible without imitating the Highlander. There are only three trim levels on the model since it is just re-entering production, but that will likely change with future models as the Venza gains traction. The major highlights of the vehicle’s available features and specifications are outlined in the table below.
|2.5L 4-Cylinder Engine||Anti-Theft System with Engine Immobilizer and Alarm||10-Inch Color Head-Up Display|
|219 Combined Net Horsepower||Eight Airbags||Four USB Charge Ports|
|Electronic On-Demand All-Wheel Drive||Audible Vehicle Proximity Notification System||Qi-Compatible Wireless Smartphone Charging|
|Electronically Controlled Continuously Variable Transmission||Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert||Integrated Backup Camera with Dynamic Projected Path|
The 2021 Toyota Venza isn’t meant to replace any other vehicles on the Toyota lineup, just to forge a way forward for a new take on the mid-size SUV. One of the first impressions the vehicle makes inside is its luxurious design. Like many other hybrids and electric vehicles, the Venza lays the technology features on thick, but almost none of the people in the model’s target audience will balk at them. The 2021 Toyota Venza is made to push limits and make a name for itself. Young families and any driver who enjoys high tech and high comfort will rejoice at the possibilities presented by this crossover.