The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently announced the official starting price for the 2013 Venza crossover, which has been set at $28, 510 in the United States.
After being officially presented to the public in a world premiere during the 2012 New York Auto Show earlier this year, the 2013 Toyota Venza is once again being placed into the spotlights, this time with the car manufacturer announcing its price list over-seas. Toyota says that the 2013 Venza will go on sale next week and the entry-level version costs $28,510, the XLE model mid-range starts at $39,680 while the top of the line Limited model is $955 more expensive than the 2012 model year version.
The 2013 Toyota Venza is 75 USD cheaper than its biggest rival, the Honda Crosstour, and slightly more expensive than the 2013 Ford Edge SE, with is 28,350 USD starting price. Another competitor of the 2013 Venza crossover is the 2012 Dodge Journey, which has a base price tag of just 19,985 USD. The 2013 Toyota Venza is coming with redesigned headlamps and taillights, fog lamps and a revised front grille, along with some standard equipment like the turn signals in the side mirrors and the blind-spot mirror.