2012 Toyota Venza Crossover Released with New Three-Trim Strategy

By Zach Gale | September 21, 2011
Toyota has released details of its 2012 Toyota Venza crossover, which debuts with a new three-trim strategy. While there aren't too many additional changes to the midsize crossover wagon for the 2012 model year, the Venza's adoption of LE, XLE, and Limited trims help the five-door match up with other Toyotas like the new 2012 Camry. Prices for the 2012 Toyota Venza have not yet been released, but here's what we do know: 2012 Toyota Venza LE
The new base trim, Venza LEs have a six-disc CD player with satellite radio and wireless music streaming via Bluetooth, a USB port with iPod connectivity, as well as an available power liftgate, rear backup camera, and panoramic glass roof. Though the Venza only seats five, there are 10 standard beverage holders. Under the hood is a 182-horsepower 2.7-liter I-4 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
2012 Toyota Venza XLE
The XLE is likely to be the most popular trim level, with its optional engine upgrade to the 268-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6. Toyota estimates EPA-rated fuel economy with the V-6 and front-wheel drive (all-wheel drive is available) at 19/26 mpg city/highway. The 2012 Venza XLE also has leather-trimmed seats, a four-way power passenger seat, heated front seats, a pushbutton start, and a multi-information display. 2012 Toyota Venza Limited For those who are prepared to spend over $40,000 on a Toyota Venza, the Limited is a good bet. Only offered with the V-6 engine, the Venza Limited has a standard touch-screen navigation system, premium sound system with 13 speakers, and HID headlights. Considering that the "Models and Prices" part of Toyota's consumer site for the 2011 Venza currently lists just one model, we think the three-trim model strategy is a good idea. For more information on the 2011 Toyota Venza, head to our comprehensive summary page here. Source: Toyota

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what a great strategy from toyota . . good work..