Toyota Venza

The Toyota Venza is a mid-size crossover wagon developed by Japanese automaker Toyota and unveiled at the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. Based on the Toyota FT-SX concept car unveiled at the 2005 North American International Auto Show, the Venza was primarily engineered at Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan and designed at the Calty Design studios in Newport Beach, California. It is built at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky (TMMK) in Georgetown, Kentucky. ... from Wikipedia

Manufactured by Toyota

Class & Body style

  • Crossover (automobile)
  • Station wagon

Production period

  • 2008-present

Videos

Toyota Venza 2010
Toyota Venza 2010
Toyota Venza Video Review - Kelley Blue Book
Toyota Venza Video Review - Kelley Blue Book
2009 Toyota Venza V6
2009 Toyota Venza V6
2009 Toyota Venza Video Review
2009 Toyota Venza Video Review
MotorWeek 2009 Toyota Venza
MotorWeek 2009 Toyota Venza
Crossover-ish: 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour vs. 2009 Toyota Venza
Crossover-ish: 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour vs. 2009 Toyota Venza

Engine data

  • Toyota AR engine
  • Toyota GR engine
  • 2.7 L

Production and assembly

Production countries:
  • United States

Tests and reviews from the web

The 2011 Toyota Venza:  The 2011 Toyota Venza – Features and Prices for all models: FWD and AWD, V6 and 4-cylinder read more
2010 Toyota Venza:  A review of the 2010 Toyota Venza that covers pros and cons, available options, powertrains and overall driving performance. read more
2009 Toyota Venza:  A review of the 2009 Toyota Venza that covers pros and cons, available options, powertrains and overall driving performance. read more

Image Gallery

toyota venza
SEMA Preview: Toyota Venza AS V by Five Axis — Autoblog
2009 Toyota Venza | Car Auto News
SEMA 2008: New Toyota Venza Sportlux by Street Image
2010 Toyota Venza adds new standard convenience features to the ...
The Car Show » Blog Archive » 2010 Toyota Venza
Up Close: 2009 Toyota Venza - KickingTires
2009 Toyota Venza | Auto Spectator: New car reviews, pics, info ...

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