Saturday, May 1, 2010


Models & TrimsToyota went simple with the Venza in terms of trim levels. There are only four, and they don't have alphanumeric designations like LE or S2. There's the base four-cylinder front-wheel-drive Venza, which starts at $25,975. It's rated at 21/29 mpg city/highway, which is close to the base Camry's 21/31 mpg. An all-wheel-drive version costs $1,450 more and gets 20/28 mpg.The V-6 front-wheel-drive model starts at $27,800 and gets 19/26 mpg. All-wheel drive is once again $1,450 more, and the V-6 all-wheel drive Venza is rated at 18/25 mpg.While the base Venza's starting price may seem high, the extra dough for a V-6 or all-wheel drive is reasonable. A front-wheel-drive V-6 Nissan Murano starts at $26,870 and gets 18/23 mpg with slightly less power.


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