The 2013 Toyota Venza has been recently launched in the United States, where the entry-level version has a base price of 28, 510 USD, including the $810 destination charge.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the 2013 Toyota Venza is available in three trim levels, the LE, the XLE and the Limited, with either front all all-wheel drive configurations. Prices for the 2013 Toyota Venza LE entry-level version have been set at 28,510 USD, but this can go up to almost 40,000 USD for the top of the line Limited trim, which costs 39,780 USD.
Toyota says that standard equipment on all models, including the LE entry-level, will include an eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with power lumbar, integrated turn signals in the side mirrors, a blind spot monitor, three 12-volt power outlets and a tilt/telescopic steering wheel with audio controls. The Toyota Entune multimedia system, which is standard on the top of the line Limited version, is also available for the LE or XLE trims.
The 2013 Toyota Venza is powered by a 2.7 liter four-cylinder engine on the LE and XLE versions, which is developing a total output of 182 horsepower. The top of the line Venza Limited is coming with a 3.5 liter V6 powertrain, which is generating 268 horsepower.