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The 2014 Toyota Venza defies labels, but it suits more drivers than might include it on their shopping lists. Like other SUVs and crossovers, it’s technically a wagon, but the Venza looks even more like one than most crossovers. It’s a combination of bits and pieces from around the Toyota empire, and yet it can feel more composed and balanced than its donors. With the Venza, Toyota has one of the better five passenger wagons what amounts to a grown-out, grown-up hatchback without the artificially styled SUV-ness, but with some extra space and ride height for the occasional adventures and excursions.
With this new 2014 Toyota Venza, Toyota has one of the best five-passenger wagons that amount to a grown out, ground up hatchback without the SUV-ness artificially style, but with its some extra space and ride height for the occasional excursions and adventures.
2014 Toyota Venza Price
2014 Toyota Venza Price. | Pricing for the new 2014 Toyota Venza has been set at $27,950 – $39,570 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2014 Toyota Venza we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2014 Toyota Venza Interior
The Venza’s exterior has tall wagon properties that recall a hint of classics like the AMC Eagle, but with a modern and handsome spin, ending up somewhere between a tall wagon and a hatchback.
Slightly refreshed for 2013 (a new grille and taillights), the 2014 model year removes a couple of color combinations; you can no longer order the Cosmic Gray exterior paint with Ivory fabric or leather interiors, and the Sunset Bronze paint is also no longer available with Black fabric or leather upholstery. Otherwise, there are no aesthetic changes for 2014.
The Venza is offered in base LE, mid-range XLE, and top-lux Limited trims again with the Limited model V-6-only. All have power features, cruise control, and audio systems with aux jacks. Venza XLE models get a memory power driver’s seat, reverse-tilt outside mirrors, and navigation in addition to Entune multi-media features. And at the top of the line, all Limited models now get LED daytime running lights plus premium 13-speaker JBL sound and an upgraded navigation system.
2014 Toyota Venza Exterior
Toyota gives a refresh to this new 2014 Toyota Venza by adding only power-folding side mirrors for the XLE models and also the rear parking sonar and the same mirrors plus front to its Limited models. Even this car has not many changes on the styles, but it saves for the adoption of a stronger, waved grille to the sleek hatchback body.
Its roofline and profile sit lower to the eye than some taller users, and it is knitted together well from the various Toyota parts. Besides, the AMC Eagle from many angles is another good thing from this new 2014 Toyota Venza. Its cabin is perfectly functional with its material and trim that serviceable. However, there is also a bit too much hard plastic in contact with the knee of the driver and front passenger than you may think for a vehicle that can cost over $30,000.
2014 Toyota Venza Engine
This new 2014 Toyota Venza has four-cylinder and V-6 Venzas, and both of it are offered with a choice of all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive. Its base engine makes 182 horsepower from 2,4 liters and the V-6 makes 268 hp. Both engines has the same available wheel drive system, that configured for on-road tractability, and for the V-6 model it has a stock of Towing Prep Package that can tow up to 3,500 pounds.
There are four-cylinder and V-6 Venzas, and both are offered with a choice of front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The base engine makes 182 horsepower from 2.4 liters, while the V-6 makes 268 hp. The mileage difference isn’t all that great between the two, with four-cylinder Venzas rating up to an EPA 20 mpg city, 26 highway (or as low as 18/25 for the V-6 AWD). Both engines get the same available all-wheel drive system, configured for on-road tractability, and on V-6 models there’s an available Towing Prep Package (to tow up to 3,500 pounds).
In drives of Venza models from previous model years, we’ve found these wagons to drive a bit more like a well-sorted minivan than a sportier wagon or an SUV. You sit higher up, but in terms of ride and handling, the Venza is more carlike than most other alternatives. With moderately soft suspension tuning and rather numb steering, it’s by no means exciting to drive, but it’s competent and never struggles to defeat the driver’s intent. Four-cylinder models are perfectly adequate but uninspiring, while V-6 models have a stronger, smoother character that makes it feel more like the Lexus RX 350. Road noise is an issue on coarser surfaces, with the four-cylinder more than the six.
2014 Toyota Venza Performance
The Venza offers the choice of two powerplants, a 181-hp 2.7-liter four-cylinder or 268-hp 3.5-liter V6. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with sequential shift control and can be had in either front or all-wheel drive. There is also the choice of 19-inch wheels, standard on four-cylinder models and 20-inch on V6 models. The 2014 Venza features three trim levels. The LE includes dual-zone automatic climate control, power windows, locks and mirrors, privacy glass, cruise control, electronic stability control, seven airbags, including a driver’s knee airbag, front seatbelt pretensioners and front active head restraints. The XLE adds a power liftgate, voice-activated touch-screen DVD navigation system, satellite radio, leather upholstery and Toyota’s Smart Key System and the Limited trim adds High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlamps and a JBL 13 speaker audio system to the list of standard features.