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Toyota to Debut 2013 Venza at New York Auto Show

March 08, 2012

A teaser for the 2013-MY Venza.
A teaser for the 2013-MY Venza.

TORRANCE, CA - Toyota plans to debut its 2013 Venza crossover vehicle at the 2012 New York Auto Show. For the 2013 model-year, the automaker said the vehicle will come equipped with a number of new standard convenience features, option packages that feature Toyota’s Entune multimedia system, and new exterior styling.

Toyota said it modified the vehicle’s shape with a new upper and lower grille, fog lamps, and rear taillights. The vehicle also features a new 19-inch wheel design and three new exterior colors: Attitude Black, Cypress Pearl, and Cosmic Gray Mica.

The 2013 Venza will continue to be available in LE, XLE, and Limited grades. The LE and XLE models are available with all powertrain combinations: four-cylinder, V6, front-wheel drive (FWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD); the Venza Limited only comes with the V-6 engine, in front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive configurations.

According to Toyota, the automaker plans to sell this vehicle to fleet customers.

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