Published On Jul 22, 2020
The 2021 Toyota Venza is more than just a return of the model that left our shores in 2015, it has an all new attitude. The vague wagon shape has been replaced with a swept silhouette. In the U.S. it only comes as a hybrid. Will this snag more buyers than the first generation? Tom Voelk checks out a mid-level XLE model and finds you may not need to move up to the Limited to get a quiet luxurious crossover experience.
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