Today I wanna pay extra attention to the Toyota Venza interior. As you know, Toyota, Japan’s biggest and wealthiest automobile manufacturer, has a unique hold over the industry. They always seem to know exactly what people need and are quick to give them what they want. The company has an impressive line-up of best-selling brands, and loyal customers. Each car has its own purpose, its own market.
The Toyota Venza is not an exception. It’s a mid-size crossover SUV, exceptionally suited for transportation, having fun with your family, and any ride around town activities you could possibly think of. Venza was first introduced at the 2008 Show in Detroit and has been getting bigger and better since.
Toyota Venza Interior Review
Hands down, this car has one of the best interior designs ever – it’s comfortable, it’s spacey (got a really big cargo space – 36 cubic feet behind the seats, and 70 cf, if you fold the back row), the rear seatbacks are easily folded (that’s important) and it’s perfectly fit for fun travels with your family and loved ones. The dashboard is stylish and bold. The overall design is really cool, and it’s super accessible, hands-on and easy-to-understand.
As for the materials – the upholstery – don’t expect anything luxurious from the standard edition, but the Venza is not even positioned by Toyota as a royal class brand – for the market, and the price segment, it’s a really great deal for your money, and the Toyota Venza interior looks and feels amazing. As for the seats, you’ve got five of them, with cloth upholstery and an adjustable driver seat.
A Touch Of Royalty
If you want a touch or royalty in the Toyota Venza interior, then you’ll have to add in a couple of grands for the XLE and Limited trim levels. With them, you’re gonna get heated front seats, leather upholstery, and so much more. In the cabin you got plenty of headroom, as well as a lot of space for your feet. The back seat is praised for being extremely comfortable and enjoyable – just make sure not to fall asleep in it!
The front seats, on the other hand, are scolded by some critics for not being 100% comfy. Well, they’re not as comfortable as the rear seat, but that’s how it’s supposed to be. Trust me, you won’t have any inconveniences with the driver/front seats – I’ve spend some time on the wheel of the Venza, and can tell you from personal experience. That it’s all good – no need for worries.
The Usual Bunch
As for the features, the 2015 Toyota Venza interior includes a rearview camera, auto climate control, USB and Bluetooth connections, HD radio, Toyota’s own Entune audio system with 6 speakers, and a cool 6.1-inch touch screen. Overall the Toyota Venza is a super convenient crossover SUV, one to keep in mind the next time you’re in the market for an affordable family vehicle.