A photo of the Venza badge used on the 2021 Toyota Venza.

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What features will the 2021 Toyota Venza have available? 

The Venza name is one that has been used before by the automaker but it’s getting a major upgrade over its previous iteration. What was once a wagon has been reborn as a crossover SUV that will only by powered by a hybrid powertrain. Since the all-new crossover SUV platform was announced earlier in May, our team has been getting a lot of questions asking, ‘What features will the 2020 Toyota Venza have available?’ Toyota of Decatur product experts have been very excited to get this new information to as many hands as possible. The new crossover SUV with a familiar name will be equipped with the latest technology Toyota has to offer. Let’s take a look at what we can expect to see. 

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A photo of the hybrid engine used by the 2021 Toyota Venza.
A photo of the available technology found in the 2021 Toyota Venza.

Every 2021 Venza that comes to the Toyota of Decatur showroom will be built atop the Toyota New Global Architecture-K platform. Also, all new Venza models will use the Toyota Hybrid System II powertrain and have the Toyota On-Demand All-Wheel Drive system as standard equipment.  

Future owners can expect the 2021 Venza to make up to 219 net horsepower thanks to the naturally aspirated 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine mated to the automaker’s hybrid technology. It will also be able to record a city/highway combined fuel economy score of 40 miles per gallon. More information about the performance specifications for the 2021 Venza will be available later this year. Toyota is also offering an EV-only driving mode that will help the 2021 Venza travel at low speeds for a moderate distance without using any gasoline. 

Interior Cargo/Passenger Dimensions 

Toyota isn’t releasing any exact measurements for the interior of the 2021 Venza. At this time, we do know that it will feature two rows of seats that can hold up to five people comfortably. When there are people sitting in the back seat, future owners will have more than 36 cubic-feet of cargo volume to use. This is right in the thickest part of the curve of crossover SUV cargo dimensions on the market today. However, it’s a bit of a lead over other hybrid crossover SUVs because Toyota uses a new slimmer lithium-ion battery pack that doesn’t compromise on cargo volume. 

Toyota of Decatur customers can reach out to one of our product experts today if they’d like to start the pre-ordering process for the 2021 Toyota Venza today.