2018 Toyota Venza Redesign

It seems that not many people know that 2018 Toyota Venza even exist, due to the many other brands and many novelties from Toyota lately. Toyota has made a huge change in SUV car class, redesigning the models like Highlander and RAV4, but mid-size SUVs like nobody wanted to change. Especially models from 2009 and older have gone from the sight of this manufacturer, leaving the customers confused with this car class for the next generation. Well, that mistake will be corrected very soon, since Toyota announced that they will make a completely new class of the car in years to come.


If our predictions are right, 2018 Toyota Venza should be very interesting novelty from Toyota in mid-size SUVs car class. But, before the thrilling about the new design and many changes we will see, let say how the base model should look like. It has a recognizable front grille, somehow shaped in stretched letter V, with chromatic grids and small rounded fog lights at the ends. Below them is small air intake and all is incorporated in the wide front bumper and short front end. The slightly rounded roof is lowered at the end with the wide spoiler on the top of the truck. The rear end is more like on SUVs, with large rear lights and some of the curved lines over it.


It is expected that Toyota will offer the best equipment in the cabin of 2018 Toyota Venza, so we should not skip that part. Besides the standard Entune Toyota infotainment system, there will be Bluetooth connectivity, a navigation system, adjustable cruise control, USB/AUX connectivity and phone connection. Do not expect comfort and spacious seats for grown passengers, due to a small cabin and enlarged cargo space. Those who have driven it said that it has very tight space in the second row and maybe too small space for knees for driver and passenger next to him.


As we know by now, 2018 Toyota Venza should have a 2.7-liter V6 engine with 182 horsepower and 182 pound-feet of torque, but higher versions should get 3.5-liter 2 GR-FE V6 engine with 268 horsepower and 246 pound-feet of torque. Both engines are paired with six-speed automatic transmission. Future buyers will be able to choose between front and all-wheel driving system. Measured fuel consumption is from 21 to 27 mpg.

2018 Toyota Venza Price and Release Date

If everything is correct, 2018 Toyota Venza should be at the market at the end of 2017 for the starting price of $27,900, but higher price for better trim versions.

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