The lineup of new Toyota crossover SUVs available at dealerships like Serra Toyota offers at least one option that will be exactly what a potential customer is looking for. When the next model year is ready for sale or lease, the automaker will be adding another interesting crossover SUV choice to the roster. You can start the process to reserve the 2021 Toyota Venza near Birmingham, AL today. Toyota is reviving the Venza name for the 2021 model year, which will signal to potential buyers the kind of capability and refinement they can expect the new vehicle to have. However, the most important element of the of the new crossover SUV is its standard hybrid powertrain that will be joined by several standard and available premium features. Contact Serra Toyota today by calling 205-847-1841.
Toyota started the development of the 2021 Venza with the familiar TNGA-K chassis architecture, an increasingly common platform used by the manufacturer’s crossover SUVs. Owners interested in taking the 2021 Toyota Venza home will have two rows of seats to work with that will be able to accommodate up to five passengers. Everyone riding in the 2021 Toyota Venza will be protected by the Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 system that is comprised of several crash-prevention solutions and adds new features like Lane Tracing Assist and Road Sign Assist. The interior can also be equipped with one of the most respected sound systems in the automotive industry that can also include a large touchscreen interface for the smartphone compatible infotainment system and an available 10-inch color heads-up display.
Drivers will have a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine under the hood of the 2021 Venza that will be attached to the next-generation Toyota Hybrid System. Current performance estimates from the automaker say that the 2021 Venza will make up to 219 net horsepower and can post a combined 40 miles per gallon.
The two-row 2021 Toyota Venza will offer up to 36.3 cubic-feet of available cargo volume when people are sitting in the vehicle’s rear seat. Many hybrid vehicles lose interior space because of the necessary electric equipment, but the designers of the 2021 Venza have avoided this compromise.
Toyota is as synonymous with hybrid technology as any automaker in the world. The next generation of the Toyota Hybrid System will be able to propel the 2021 Venza short distances at low speeds. This system isn’t design to eliminate the need for gasoline, but it will make finding a parking space more efficient.