2014 Toyota Venza
16,678 Miles
$19,333

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Toyota Venza
23,429 Miles
$22,910

Durham, NC
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2013 Toyota Venza
42,445 Miles
$19,000

Windsor, CO
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2014 Toyota Venza
33,705 Miles
$21,445

Kalamazoo, MI
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2014 Toyota Venza
38,753 Miles
$18,988

North Dartmouth, MA
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2009 Toyota Venza
27,745 Miles
$13,988

Honolulu, HI
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2014 Toyota Venza
23,508 Miles
$19,974

Raritan Township, NJ
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2015 Toyota Venza
24,888 Miles
$24,988

North Dartmouth, MA
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2014 Toyota Venza
33,894 Miles
$26,988

North Dartmouth, MA
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2013 Toyota Venza
131,717 Miles
$13,993

Abilene, TX
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2013 Toyota Venza
61,416 Miles
$19,999

Simi Valley, CA
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2009 Toyota Venza
100,645 Miles
$12,890

Pittsburgh, PA
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2015 Toyota Venza
42,573 Miles
$23,990

Hatfield, PA
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2013 Toyota Venza
41,189 Miles
$22,987

Highland, IN
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2013 Toyota Venza
107,215 Miles
$13,997

Anchorage, AK
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2014 Toyota Venza
30,743 Miles
$20,488

North Dartmouth, MA
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2014 Toyota Venza
51,945 Miles
$20,888

North Dartmouth, MA
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2012 Toyota Venza
92,177 Miles
$13,987

Denver, CO
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2010 Toyota Venza
67,132 Miles
$14,990

Portland, OR
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2009 Toyota Venza
75,558 Miles
$13,918

Framingham, MA
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Toyota Venza Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.2
Performance
4.0
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.6
Fuel Economy
3.5
Maintenance
4.4

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Toyota Venza Owner Ratings & Reviews

2015 Toyota Venza - Nice change

Midland, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I decided to downsize our family vehicle. The change in space was hard for us, however we quickly got used to it. It is as large as other SUV's on the market, it's size. I love the way it handles when driven. It is like driving a car, as far turn radius, and quickness. However it has the body of an SUV and the feeling of a larger vehicle. The road noise can be loud, and was not noticed at the beginning. That causes it to be very hard to talk on Bluetooth while driving at higher speeds. It is great and perfect for getting around town and running errands. It is also extremely comfortable for road trips. No complaining from my large husband. The seats are very comfortable. My son has a very large car seat in the back and there is still plenty of room for two adults to be back there with h... (more)
Title
We recently moved to a much smaller town, and it has been great to have better gas mileage than our large SUV. This is better for the stop and go traffic, and the quick trips to the store just down the road.
Pros
Handling of the vehicle is extremely nice. You can take corners, and turns without getting that SUV tipping feeling. It handles like a car and hugs the turns, and corners. While it has all the head space, and feeling of an SUV.
Cons
Road noise. During test drives and 30 minute drives the noise was not noticeable. We then took a five and a half our road trip and noticed it was very loud. It is hard to speak on Bluetooth if you are driving over 50 MPH because of the background noise.

2010 Toyota Venza - Great Car, Smooth Ride

Gainesville, Georgia
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
3.0
I've had this car for 5 years now and really enjoy the interior of it. It looks more expensive than it is. Originally, I was looking to by a Highlander, but at the time, the Venzas were new and when I saw them on the lot, I told myself I had to have the car.
Title
I like to drive the car around with friends who have smaller cars. It is a great way for us to get to/from the city with the extra space, but also in a car that looks stylish.
Pros
The car is very attractive. There is a lot of space. I have the convenience package with the touch-doors and button liftgate for the trunk. I also have the leather package. It rides very smoothly and is decent on gas.
Cons
The steering wheel is not very responsive and the driver feels very disconnected from the road. My air conditioning recently broke...Apparently there is a leak in the freon somewhere. The leather and heated seats were NOT installed by Toyota, which the dealership never told me when I was purchasing the car with the options I wanted. As a result, my heated seats constantly break and the leather quality is not good and Toyota is not responsible for any of it, so repairs were never covered under my initial warranty. The electric panel/fuse box actually caught on fire recently as a result of t... (more)

2010 Toyota Venza - It has been dependable, and I enjoy the interior a lot, but I don't like the way that it handles.

Gainesville, Georgia
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I love the car's styling. Even after 4 years, I still find it appealing. The interior is especially pretty. I was told that it was styled after the interior of a Lexus. Whether that's actually true or not, I don't know. The look of the car is what initially drew me to it. I'd originally gone to the dealership to test drive a Highlander, but saw the Venzas in the lot and they caught my interest instead. It's a very comfortable car. I had always previously driven sporty sedans and wanted something that was a smoother ride and was higher off the ground. The Venza is moderately smooth, and I enjoy that about it. The car has tons of room. I have never felt that it was too small for my family's needs. Sometimes I notice noises when the steering shaft when I turn the wheel. It is unexplained ... (more)
Pros
The space in the car is often one of the first things that friends comment on when they ride in our vehicle. The trunk is already very large, and on top of that, the back seats fold down to provide additional space. The front and rear passenger seating space is ample. The dashboard of the vehicle is designed in such a way that it makes the front of the vehicle feel very "open".
Cons
There are several blind spots in the Venza. This is one of the main complaints about it. I am used to the vehicle now, so it doesn't bother me as much, but because of the way that the windows are streamlined, I have to be very careful when I am merging on multiple-lane highways and/or interstates. The car does not perform as well as I would like, but I am biased because I used to drive cars like Audi, Saab, and BMW. So compared to those brands, the Toyota Venza does not handle nearly as well. It is bulky and unresponsive and often sways on turns. Still, it is fun to drive.