With only one week to go until the new 2013 Venza crossover launches into the American market, Toyota drops pricing details of the car. It starts from $27,700 and goes up to $38,870; depending on the engine, drivetrain and trim levels. The Venza comes in LE, XLE and Limited grades, and with four-cylinder, V6, front-wheel drive (FWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD). There’s something for everybody.
Toyota Venza is pretty well-equipped with standard equipments including dual-zone automatic climate control with air filter and second-row-seat vents; eight-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with power lumbar; 3.5-inch LCD multi-information display; a tilt/telescopic adjustable wheel with integrated audio controls; an overhead console with map lights; rear-seat adjustable personal reading lamps and three 12-volt power outlets. The XLE and Limited models add to the abundance of standard features with many audio and convenience upgrades.
The highlight of the options list is Toyota Entune infotainment system, offering a wide range of features including mobile apps, navigation, weather and traffic reports, and…
The base LE model with front-wheel-drive (FWD) four-cylinder drivetrain starts at $27,700, while the same LE with V6 and AWD costs $30,970. Then there’s the XLE version, which starts from $31,360 for the four-cylinder FWD and $34,630 for the V6 AWD. The range-topping limited begins from $37,420 for the FWD model, while the AWD model will be priced at $38,870.
There is an $810 destination and handing charge you need to add to each of the prices above.