Toyota makes a strong case for revolutionizing the crossover SUV segment of the global automotive industry. Not only did the automaker introduce one first crossover SUVs to reach the market (Highlander) but it has also produced one of the most popular models in the highly competitive segment (RAV4). For the upcoming model year, the manufacturer is making things tougher on its rivals again with the arrival of the 2021 Toyota Venza in Milford, CT at the Colonial Toyota showroom. While the Venza is a familiar name, the platform it describes is all-new for the 2021 model year. Instead of the old sedan-based wagon architecture, the 2021 Toyota Venza is a midsize crossover SUV that employs the latest Toyota hybrid technology that is also capable of propelling the vehicle at low speeds without using any gasoline. In fact, the overall impressive fuel economy demonstrated by the 2021 Venza leads comprehensive list of positive mentions the new crossover SUV got from independent reviews.
Colonial Toyota customers can start the pre-ordering process for the 2021 Toyota Venza today by calling, 203-403-6890.
The 2021 Toyota Venza is powered by a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine mated to the automaker’s dual electric motor hybrid system. When the gasoline- and electrically powered components are working together, it will make a combined net output of 219 horsepower. Owners will be able to expect the 2021 Venza to be able to achieve 40 miles per gallon in the city and 37 miles per gallon on the highway.
Drivers will be able to dial-in the exact kind of experience they want to have while they’re behind the wheel with several selectable driving modes, Normal, Eco, EV and Sport. When the EV mode is selected, the 2021 Venza can navigate short trips using only stored electrical power. This feature is probably going to be best used when looking for parking spots.
Like several of its Toyota crossover SUV siblings, the 2021 Venza offers two rows of seats that can hold up to five passengers. When people are sitting in the rear of the vehicle, there can be up to 28.8 cubic-feet of cargo volume available. Folding the rear seats down will open the cargo bay up to 55.1 cubic-feet. Buyers choosing versions of the 2021 Venza with the moonroof may see slightly less cargo room, a difference of a 1 cubic-foot or fewer.