Pricing for the new 2021 Toyota Venza has become known.
The base LE model cost $4,120 more than the similar same-platform-and-powertrain RAV4 Hybrid LE.
The Venza crossover is available only in the hybrid flavor. The model sits between the RAV4 and Highlander in the model range of the brand.
For 2021, it starts at $33,590 (incl. a destination fee) and tops $43,000 when fully loaded. The first vehicles begin arriving at U.S. dealers in September, 2020.
The additional options for the XLE cars include the JBL audio system ($2,050), faux leather upholstery ($510). The Limited offers a $725 Advanced Technology package, as well as a $1400 StarGaze panoramic sunroof.
The Venza’s powertrain includes a 2.5-liter inline-four DOHC gasoline engine and 3 electric motors mated to Toyota’s electronic on-demand all-wheel drive. The total output is 219 hp. The fuel consumption is 40 mpg combined in LE trim.
Interestingly, the Toyoat Venza has different descriptions when it comes to class. Some people determine it as a crossover SUV, other – as “Camry station wagon” (the successor to the Camry from the 90ies), or simply a new type of “crossover”.