Coming up on four model years in the U.S. the 2013 Venza represents the biggest change to the stylish crossover model yet. When introduced, the Venza came in one trim level with various options and packages that could be individually selected. For 2012, Toyota decided to have the Venza follow the rest of the Toyota lineup with distinctly-defined trim levels. In this case, the LE, XLE and Limited. Those trims carry over for 2013, with prices going up from $270-$1585 depending on model.
The 2013 Venza also brings higher pricing for all models across-the board, but most notably the XLE models, which see an increase of as much as $1585. Entry LE models go up as much as $275, and Limited models go up $955 compared to 2012 models. The biggest change for the 2013 model is the addition of Toyota’s Entune multimedia interface system and navigation as optional features on all trim levels. The choice of interior colors in Ivory, Light Gray and Black in cloth upholstery on the LE and leather on XLE and Limited trims is the other big change for the 2013 model year.
Standard on all 2013 Venza models is dual-zone automatic climate control, eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat with power lumbar, 3.5-inch multi-information display, and a tilt/telescopic adjustable steering wheel with audio controls.
2013 Toyota Venza Pricing
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All prices include $810 destination fee.