2014 Toyota Venza
35,280 Miles
$25,778

Conshohocken, PA
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2014 Toyota Venza
45,703 Miles
$24,423

Maumee, OH
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2014 Toyota Venza
43,295 Miles
$20,969

Louisville, KY
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2015 Toyota Venza
22,599 Miles
$26,000

Haverhill, MA
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2011 Toyota Venza
20,291 Miles
$17,260

North Augusta, SC
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2014 Toyota Venza
39,255 Miles
$23,900

Louisville, KY
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2013 Toyota Venza
64,517 Miles
$19,997

Boone, NC
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2009 Toyota Venza
50,068 Miles
$13,905

Zelienople, PA
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2014 Toyota Venza
29,007 Miles
$19,997

Lombard, IL
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2014 Toyota Venza
20,051 Miles
$23,420

Buffalo, NY
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2014 Toyota Venza
10,351 Miles
$22,910

Buffalo, NY
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2014 Toyota Venza
35,030 Miles
$23,935

Buffalo, NY
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2009 Toyota Venza
79,875 Miles
$14,460

Cincinnati, OH
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2010 Toyota Venza
76,089 Miles
$16,999

York, PA
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2015 Toyota Venza
53,153 Miles
$20,995

Vandalia, OH
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2010 Toyota Venza
72,063 Miles
$14,991

Fort Worth, TX
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2009 Toyota Venza
111,222 Miles
$14,989

Tacoma, WA
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2011 Toyota Venza
100,876 Miles
$15,891

Denver, CO
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2013 Toyota Venza
43,422 Miles
$21,995

Lake Bluff, IL
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2011 Toyota Venza
62,300 Miles
$16,981

Fort Worth, TX
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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

2013 Toyota Venza - I love this car!

Omaha, Nebraska
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I love this car. It runs quietly, picks up speed quickly, and has been very reliable. Since it is smaller than the van I used to drive and bigger than my other car, I did have to get used to its size.
Story
Yes! My family of five (3 kids ranging from ages 10 to 18) drove halfway across the country and back for a vacation. We had a great time using the hatchback area to change from sandy shoes and then clean our feet after playing in the ocean.
Pros
The car has many pros, so I'll just list them. The side mirrors show two "sizes", so it allows me to more easily see what would normally be a blind spot. Also, if someone drives up behind me with their high beam lights on, the rear view mirror darkens, so I'm not blinded - I love this feature! Bluetooth access for my music is great and I love the touch screen. There is also plenty of storage room in the front seat. The backseat is so roomy that all three of my kids rode comfortably in it halfway across the country last month with no complaints. In fact, they said it was more comfortable th... (more)
Cons
Only one - the black cloth shows a lot of dirt and needs to be vacuumed more often than I'd like.

2009 Toyota Venza - Toyota Venza

Beaumont, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
The Toyota Venza is one of the best vehicles I have owned. It is spacious, especially with foot space, and has plenty of compartments and drink holders to accommodate long commutes. The gas mileage is fantastic, and the model I own even has a built in rear camera to help navigate out of tricky areas. The trunk space is large and easily fits groceries and camping equipment. It's even large enough to allow my husband and me to sleep somewhat comfortably in the trunk. The only problem I actually have is the road noise can overpower any music you are playing. Other than that, it's a great vehicle.
Story
I went camping with my son and daughter at a national park. The kids became scared in the tent, so we climbed into the back of the car with the car on and windows slightly rolled down, and told stories and just curled up in the back and fell asleep.
Pros
The biggest pro is the space available.
Cons
The biggest con is the road noise can be overbearing.

2013 Toyota Venza - Nice looking and very comfortable

Lincoln, Nebraska
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
The Toyota Venza is a great crossover vehicle and works great for a family of five. It may not look like there is enough room in the car from the outside but it is very large inside. There is lots of headroom for taller people and the storage space in the back is huge. Our 3 kids fit comfortably in the back and I think 3 adults could even ride back there without too much problems. We had a van prior to this and could not store much in it on trips compared to the venae. Our entire family loves it. The ride in this vehicle is great in my opinion, suspension feels a little stiff but I don't mind that. The gas efficiency leaves a little to be desired while driving in town but on long trips on highways or interstates it performs great.
Pros
Bluetooth stereo with touchscreen interface Separated climate zones for passenger Lots of storage space in back Toyota quality Large wheels and tires provide higher clearance
Cons
Gas mileage not great in the city driving Somewhat firm suspension