2024 Toyota Venza


MSRP* $35,070 - $43,215
Invoice* Information not available


City 40 Hwy 37

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2024 Toyota Venza Overview

Toyota’s SUV lineup offers something for everyone, but nobody offers more options than it does for families that need to haul at least five people. For those not ready to commit to the electric bZ4X, the hybrid five-seat Venza might be the right balance of space and efficiency. Toyota has left the Venza untouched for the 2024 model year, and it now starts at $36,315 (all prices include $1,395 for delivery).

Powertrain Specs and MPG
Keeping the lineup simple, just one powertrain is available. All 2024 Venzas are powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with three electric motors and a battery pack; total system output is 219 horsepower. A continuously variable automatic transmission sends power to the front wheels while one of the electric motors, mounted on the rear axle, gives the Venza efficient electric all-wheel drive. While official figures for the 2024 model aren’t yet available, the 2023 Venza has an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 40/37/39 mpg city/highway/combined.

Standard and Optional Safety Equipment
Toyota’s Safety Sense 2.5 suite of safety tech is standard across the Venza line. It includes forward collision warning with pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and lane departure steering assist. Blind spot monitors and rear cross-traffic alert are also standard. Trim levels above the base Venza LE also have front and rear parking sensors with automatic braking, and the Limited adds a 360-degree parking camera.

Availability and Pricing
The 2024 Toyota Venza is on sale now. Full line pricing is as follows:

  • LE: $36,315
  • XLE: $40,525
  • Nightshade: $41,650
  • Limited: $44,460

The LE starts off nicely equipped, with 18-inch wheels, a hands-free power rear liftgate, and keyless entry and starting. Inside, it has cloth seats — power-adjustable for the driver — dual-zone climate control, an 8-inch touchscreen, satellite radio, Wi-Fi, six speakers, wireless phone charging, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Step up to the XLE for 19-inch wheels, synthetic leather upholstery, heated front seats, ambient lighting and a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The Nightshade variant has all the features of the XLE, plus gloss-black wheels and exterior trim.
At the top of the Venza line, the Limited brings ventilated front seats (and, finally, a power-adjustable passenger seat), a nine-speaker JBL sound system and a head-up display.

Versus the Competition
Toyota’s hybrid-only approach sets the Venza apart in the crowded mid-size SUV market, with few direct competitors. Vehicles like the Chevrolet Blazer, Hyundai Santa Fe, Nissan Murano and Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport all start within a few thousand dollars of the Venza, but with most of their EPA combined fuel economy ratings maxing out in the mid-20s; only the Santa Fe Hybrid comes close to the hybrid Toyota’s efficiency with its maximum of 34 mpg combined.

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*MSRP and Invoice prices displayed are for educational purposes only, do not reflect the actual selling price of a particular vehicle, and do not include applicable gas taxes or destination charges.