2021 Toyota Venza Review

The all-new 2021 Toyota Venza is a hybrid crossover with solid fuel economy ratings, a luxurious cabin and comfortable seats. However, it also has less cargo space than many rivals and lacks athleticism. This vehicle does not have an overall rating or rating because it has not been rated for expected reliability.

 

Pros & Cons

  • Posh interior
  • Roomy, supportive seats
  • Cushioned ride
  • Some usability issues with the larger infotainment screen
  • Subpar cargo capacity and high cargo hold load floor
  • Not as fun to drive as rivals

New for 2021

  • Brand-new model

 

Research and Ratings

Currently, the overall score for the Toyota Venza is not available, although the critical rating, performance score and interior score are based on our evaluation of 23 research and data.

Is the Toyota Venza a good SUV?

Yes, the Toyota Venza is a good SUV. While not the most dynamic model on the road, this hybrid packs a lot of power, as well as balanced handling and a smooth ride. Inside, this crossover is attractive and unique, with support seats and many standard features.
However, things are not perfect in Venzaland. Many rivals have better handling and greater cargo capacity, including some smaller hybrid and electric SUVs, and some have easier-to-use infotainment systems.

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Should you buy the Toyota Venza?

The Venza has many qualities that appeal to buyers looking for a midsize family SUV, but you still need to shop around before settling on this Toyota. This is because it may not be the best value proposition.

The Toyota RAV4 Hybrid is a compact SUV that matches the Venza surprisingly well and costs less. Or, if you’d rather stay in the middle class and don’t mind owning a hybrid, the Honda Passport is a similarly priced alternative that’s more attractive to drive than the Venza.