2012 Toyota Venza
80,960 Miles
$13,998

Los Angeles, CA
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2012 Toyota Venza
108,958 Miles
$14,989

Louisville, KY
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2012 Toyota Venza
116,365 Miles
$10,998

Hopkins, MN
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2012 Toyota Venza
63,614 Miles
$14,265

Hopkins, MN
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2012 Toyota Venza
127,860 Miles
$14,995

Jacksonville, NC
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2012 Toyota Venza
79,200 Miles
$17,999

Madison, WI
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2012 Toyota Venza
58,696 Miles
$17,150

Urbana, IL
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2012 Toyota Venza
77,051 Miles
$14,552

Fort Myers, FL
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2012 Toyota Venza
65,971 Miles
$15,900

Harrison, AR
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2012 Toyota Venza
57,553 Miles
$13,930

Stafford, TX
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2012 Toyota Venza
92,394 Miles
$12,500

National City, CA
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2012 Toyota Venza
70,559 Miles
$16,998

Houston, TX
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2012 Toyota Venza
83,367 Miles
$12,998

Littleton, CO
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2012 Toyota Venza
58,012 Miles
$17,998

Roswell, GA
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2012 Toyota Venza
44,456 Miles
$16,998

Las Vegas, NV
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2012 Toyota Venza
123,821 Miles
$12,984

San Luis Obispo, CA
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2012 Toyota Venza
114,314 Miles
$16,974

Chehalis, WA
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2012 Toyota Venza
134,758 Miles
$9,900

Madison, WI
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2012 Toyota Venza
120,176 Miles
$12,600

Marble Hill, MO
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2012 Toyota Venza
66,724 Miles
$15,624

Hackensack, NJ
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2012 Toyota Venza Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.0
Performance
4.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0

2012 Toyota Venza Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2012 Toyota Venza - Best Car I've Bought

FW
Evening Shade, Arkansas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I traded in my 2014 KIA Soul for something bigger. When I found my 2012 Toyota Venza, I fell in love. My car is black, and the exterior is in wonderful condition. My windows are tinted dark. While the car doesn't get nearly as good miles per gallon as my KIA did, I am so thankful for it. It has so much power! I can get up to speed with the rest of traffic very quickly. The interior of my car is all leather! I have leather seats, that are heated. I really enjoy that. I have a moon roof, and a sun roof. A huge selling point for the car was that there is a lot of leg room in it. I can recline my seats and the people in the back still have plenty of leg room. I can fit three car seats in the backseat easily. Another big selling point for the Venza is that the "trunk" is very roomy. For our... (more)
Story
We drove three hours away, and I was able to sleep peacefully the entire time because it is so smooth-riding.
Pros
Fast Engine, Roomy, Leather Interior
Cons
Low MPG average

2012 Toyota Venza - Reliable and also luxurious

T.C.
Dublin, Ohio
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
The Toyota Venza is a cross between a station wagon and a sport utility vehicle. While this is may seem a strange combination, it works well in the Venza. From the outside, it appears sleek with small details like a spoiler and a large grill. Once inside, the vehicle is roomy and comfortable. The Venza comes well-equipped with features like heated leather seats, a high-quality sound system, and multiple driver and passenger conveniences. It may not be a sports car, but it has enough "get up and go" to help any driver feel confident on the roads. In addition, the vehicle offers a traction control feature in inclement weather to help the tires grip the road, preventing the vehicle from tipping on wet or slick roads. The gas mileage is competitive for a sports utility vehicle. It is easy... (more)
Pros
The top features of a Venza are its road handling, safety standards, and riding comfort. As mentioned previously, the vehicle has a special traction control feature to prevent the vehicle from tipping when the roads are slick. Toyotas are well-known for their safety, which was a major selling point for this owner. The Venza provides a smooth ride, so that even after hours in the car, a person does not feel every bump on the road. Even getting in and getting out of the car is a treat. The seats are at a comfortable level, making it easy for children to be confident, happy passengers as well.
Cons
While the Venza is a nice car, it does have several disadvantages. The primary disadvantage is the price. A wagon and sports utility vehicle hybrid does not need to priced at a luxury car price, no matter how comfortable and safe it is. Another major disadvantage is the lack of space in the trunk. A hatchback, the Venza offers fold-down seats, which can increase the space of the trunk, but with passengers in the back seat, this feature is unusable. Therefore, the amount of space in the trunk is minimal. The leg room in the back seat is also minimal. While these are disadvantages, they shou... (more)

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