The 2021 Toyota Venza is a return to the nameplate used by the brand around the 2010s. Like the original, the new Venza is designed as a more urban-intended entry-luxury crossover. More about sleek style than other more rugged models from the brand. It's also 100 percent hybrid and offers a unique electronically adjustable panoramic glass roof.
Everything about the 2021 Toyota Venza is new as this is a new model this year.
Toyota offers the Venza as LE, XLE, and Limited, all with 219 hp from a 2.5L four and three electric motors.
Venza LE starts with Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, a suite of driver assistance features including pre-collision system with pedestrian and cyclist detection, dynamic cruise control, lane tracing, and lane departure alert. All Venza models also offer blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert. LE also has 18-inch alloys, power liftgate, and wireless charging. The front seats are heated with a power driver's seat. Infotainment is via an 8.0-inch display and there is a 4.2-inch info display in the dash. The leather-wrapped wheel is on a power-adjust column.
XLE adds 19-inch alloys as well as Softex leather seating. The front seats are heated and ventilated (with heated wheel) while infotainment is on a larger 12.3-inch screen with JBL audio. The power liftgate is hands-free and the vehicle adds rear parking sonar.
Limited offers the electronic-dimming panoramic roof as well as a head-up display, digital camera rear mirror, and 360-degree view cameras.
There are no notable options on Venza.
Toyota Venza offers an estimated 5.9 L/100 km city, 6.4 highway.