Toyota Venza 2023 Price in Pakistan. The Toyota Venza competes in the ultra-competitive mid-size two-row SUV sector. Still, its RAV4 Hybrid-based bones limit its practicality and space compared to most other crossovers in the segment. Its conventional hybrid powertrain is the same as the RAV4 Hybrid’s, a 2.5-litre four-cylinder with three electric motors. That powertrain gives the Venza standard all-wheel drive and fuel economy that outperforms V-6-powered rivals like the Honda Passport and Nissan Murano.
The Venza’s cabin is also more remarkable than those two, with an optional panoramic sunroof made of electrochromic glass that can switch from translucent to opaque at the touch of a button. Unfortunately, neither the Venza’s crisp sheet metal nor its wow-factor roof compensates for its flaws, which include a smallish storage room, a buzzy engine, and a cabin with less passenger capacity than the RAV4 and many other SUVs in this class.
Toyota Venza 2023 Price in Pakistan
The price of Toyota Venza 2023 in Pakistan is 77,34,000 to 95,80,000 PKR.
|Toyota Venza LE||PKR 77,34,000 (Estimated)|
|Toyota Venza XLE||PKR 86,88,000 (Estimated)|
|Toyota Venza Nightshade Edition||PKR 89,43,000 (Estimated)|
|Toyota Venza Limited||PKR 95,80,000 (Estimated)|
Toyota Venza 2023 Price in USA
The price of Toyota Venza 2023 in US Dollars is $34,120 to $42,265.
|Toyota Venza LE||$34,120 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Toyota Venza XLE||$38,330 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Toyota Venza Nightshade Edition||$39,455 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Toyota Venza Limited||$42,265 US Dollar (Estimated)|
The Venza is only available as a hybrid, with a 2.5-litre four-cylinder gas engine and three electric motors producing a total of 219 horsepower. All-wheel drive is standard, with one of the electric motors powering the rear wheels and the gasoline engine and the other two motors spinning the fronts.
We were underwhelmed by the driving dynamics of the Venza during our test drive, and it did not provide the smooth ride that we expected. Its acceleration was also average at our test track, clocking in at 7.6 seconds to 60 mph, 1.5 seconds slower than the Passport.
We expected the Venza’s cabin to be slightly larger than that of the smaller Toyota RAV4, but in actuality, the Venza was slightly smaller inside. Not only is there less passenger space than in the RAV4, but cargo space suffers as well, though most purchasers will find it enough. We were able to stow seven carry-on baggage behind the back seat and 18 overall with the rear seats folding, compared to 10 and 22 for the RAV4.
The Venza is the first Toyota to offer the Star Gaze optional electrochromic panoramic sunroof. The sunroof’s glass panels change from clear to opaque with the flip of a switch; this outstanding feature has previously only been found on luxury vehicles such as the Mercedes-Benz SL-class.
|Engine Name||4-Cyl 2.5 Liter|
|Number Of Cylinders||4|
|Transmission||eCVT Continuously Variable Automatic with Manual Mode|
|Ground Clearance||7.7 in|
Weights and Capacities
|Cargo Capacity||28.8/55.1 cu-ft|
|Curb Weight||3,847 lb|
|Towing Capacity||1,000 lb|
|Payload Capacity||1,073 lb|