2021 Toyota Venza in Salisbury, MD
An all-new model has joined the American Toyota lineup, and it’s known as the Venza. Close observers may remember that there was a Toyota model by this name previously, but it was retired after the 2015 model year. The new Venza is different than that one past; instead, it’s based on the Harrier SUV that Toyota sells overseas.
In terms of size, the 2021 Venza slots itself into the Toyota lineup above the compact RAV4 and below the midsize Highlander. The model is stylish and efficient, with handsome looks and an impressive hybrid powertrain serving as the sole engine option.
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, the human eye perceives Lord-knows-how-many pictures per second. So, instead of writing a novel the size of the Grand Canyon to attempt to convey the essence of the 2021 Toyota Venza to you, we recommend you schedule a test drive here at Pohanka Toyota today!
New Stylish Hybrid SUV on the Delmarva Peninsula
All-Wheel Hybrid Power
The 2021 Toyota Venza utilizes a 2.5-liter four-cylinder gas engine assisted by three electric motors. Together, this conglomeration produces 219-horsepower. The model comes with standard all-wheel drive, with one electric motor in charge of the rear wheels as the gas engine and two other motors take care of the front.
The 2021 Toyota Venza comes with standard Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa connectivity. SiriusXM satellite radio is also on hand (we recommend the Phish station). Infotainment can be absorbed via one of two touchscreen options: buyers must make the choice between the standard 8.0-inch offering and a larger available 12.3-inch display. The bigger provision also includes in-dash navigation and spouts sound through a nine-speaker JBL premium stereo system (ensuring those crunchy Phish jams sound as good as they deserve).
One particularly cool feature found inside the 2021 Toyota Venza is the available Star Gaze sunroof. This is the first Toyota model to offer the “electrochromic panoramic sunroof,” and it’s truly something to behold. Users can flip a switch to change the glass panels from transparent to opaque; until now, such a feature has typically been found only on luxury cars.