Pricing Announced for 2009 Toyota Venza
Later this morning we’ll have a full review of the all-new Toyota Venza live on Cars.com, but for now we’re able to bring you pricing for when it goes on sale in early December. Actually, only the V-6 model goes on sale in December, with four-cylinders to follow in January, but at least you’re now armed with what either will cost you.
Toyota went simple with the Venza in terms of trim levels. There are four: The base four-cylinder front-wheel-drive Venza starts at $25,975, not including destination. It’s rated at 21/29 mpg city/highway, close to the base Camry’s 21/31 mpg. An all-wheel-drive version costs $1,450 more and gets 20/28 mpg.
The V-6 front-wheel-drive model starts at $27,800 and gets 19/26 mpg. All-wheel drive is once again $1,450 more, and its mileage is rated at 18/25 mpg. Destination is another $720.
Option pricing is below.
JBL Premium Audio: $1,090
Six-disc CD changer with 13 speakers
Includes JBL Premium Audio, four-disc CD changer and 13 speakers
Panoramic Roof: $1,050
Conflicts with rear seat entertainment
Rear Seat Entertainment: $1,680
Conflicts with panoramic roof
Blizzard Pearl paint: $220
Includes power back door and Smart Key
Includes HID headlights and automatic high beams
Includes leather-trimmed seats, shift knob and steering wheel w/satin mahogany wood-grain style trim
Combination of leather package and heated seats/heated mirrors/de-icer
Premium No. 1: $3,845
Combination of convenience, lighting, leather and security packages
Premium No. 2: $4,345
Combination of Premium Package No. 1 and Comfort Package
Includes backup camera and antitheft alarm
Tow Prep: $220
Includes engine oil cooler, larger fan and heavy-duty alternator