If you’re looking for a new car for your family, find out more about what makes the 2013 Toyota Venza a unique choice in the crossover segment.
The shape of the 2013 Toyota Venza announces to others that you like to stand apart. The 2013 Venza offers a more aerodynamic shape thanks to a new upper, lower grille, and rear taillights. The Venza crossover is large enough to fit five passengers in utmost comfort without sacrificing style.
For 2013, Toyota added many new standard and optional features to the Venza crossover. The base Venza LE now features standard blind spot mirrors, dual-zone climate control with a cabin air-filter and second-row vents, a touchscreen interface, outer mirror turn signals, steering wheel audio controls, and three 12-volt power outlets. New available features include LED running lights, driver memory seats, and the Toyota Entune infotainment system, which is able to read your texts and e-mails to you from your smart phone, stream your favorite Pandora radio station, or reserve a table at your favorite restaurant with the car’s touchscreen.
Under the hood of the 2013 Toyota Venza, you can choose a 181-horsepower four-cylinder that reaches 21/27 mpg city/highway or a 268-horsepower V6 that achieves 19/26 mpg city/highway. With both engines, you’ll enjoy sprightly acceleration that will allow you to merge onto the freeway or pass slower moving cars with ease. Because the 2013 Toyota Venza features an all-independent suspension, you will enjoy a favorable balance between ride comfort and direct steering that makes the Venza easy when you’re parking and exciting when you’re gripping a tight corner.
Standard safety features for the 2013 Toyota Venza include hill-start assist, antilock brakes, front airbags, side curtain airbags, a driver knee airbag, and advanced traction and stability control systems.
To take a test drive in a 2013 Toyota Venza to see if it’s the right car for you and your family, stop by Springfield Toyota near Washington DC. Call us at (703) 791-1030 for more information.