The Toyota Venza hit the markets in 2021 after a six-year-long hiatus, much to many auto enthusiasts’ awe with features that changed our perceptions about the model. Now in its 2022 model year, the Venza promises a fresher design and an excellent fuel economy. It might cost a tad more than its rivals, but with an impressive EPA-estimated 39 mpg in combined driving, you can rest assured that those bucks shall make their way into your pockets quicker than you had imagined. That said, read this research by McGee Toyota of Claremont in Claremont, NH, to learn about the model’s trim levels so that you can select the one that fits your bill.
Starting MSRP of $32,890
|Starting MSRP of $36,425
Starting MSRP of $40,380
|19-inch alloy wheels
4.2-inch multi-information display
Heated and ventilated front seats
Dual-zone automatic climate control
|Heated front seats
360-degree camera system
Besides some of the best features of each of the trims of the 2022 Toyota Venza mentioned in the chart, the hybrid SUV also comes with a set of standard safety features. Some of the features are enlisted below for your reference—
--Adaptive cruise control
--Lane centering assist
--Forward collision mitigation with pedestrian detection
--Lane departure alert
Plus, you also get several advanced technology features like wireless smartphone charging, USB ports, hands-free liftgate, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, and Amazon Alexa compatibility on most of the variants. These features enhance your automotive experience and see to it that you have comfort and convenience at your fingertips.
Interested in getting behind the wheel of any of these trims? Head to our dealership and test drive the Venza to decide better.