What you need to know about Toyota Venza
Toyota Venza is among the hybrid compact crossover utility vehicle that’s mainly focused on the RAV4, but with a smoother and softer approach than its boxer counterparts.
The average cost of maintaining and keeping this car on the road for a long period is about $6,000. Its reliability rating is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 3rd out of 26 for midsize SUVs. The average annual repair cost is around $444 which means it has a normal ownership cost.
But after the discontinuation of the 2015 model, Toyota has made a 2021 Venza model which is a two-row crossover intended for between the Highlander and RAV4. This 2021 model also brings back the Venza name from a Camry-based crossover that was discontinued in 2015.
According to CarCimpaints.com, It transmission failure problem occurs at an average of around 61,009 miles and cost an expensive average of $3,200 to fix, earning it a high severity rating of 8.0 out of 10.