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Toyota Venza – Review, Specs, Pricing, Features, Videos and More

Toyota Venza – Review, Specs, Pricing, Features, Videos and More
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Toyota is bringing back the Venza. The mid-size crossover returns in the same category, but with a different slant. Pitched as a more luxury-oriented, diet-Lexus niche-filler between the RAV4 and Highlander, it’s based off the Japanese-market Harrier. New for 2021: The Venza is all new for the 2021 model year. Instead of the chonky, Camry-wagon-on-stilts look of… Continue Reading...
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New Toyota Venza vs Honda Passport and Other Rivals, How Does it Stack Up?

New Toyota Venza vs Honda Passport and Other Rivals, How Does it Stack Up?
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Despite what some might call challenging looks, the original Toyota Venza was a popular model. Even four years after its discontinuation, Toyota sold nine last year. Come 2020, just a few days ago, guess who made a comeback along with the new Sienna? The all-new 2021 Toyota Venza. Well, when we say all-new we mean all-new… Continue Reading...

Most Reliable 2013 Crossovers and SUVs

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Most Reliable 2013 Crossovers and SUVs
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The crossover and SUV segment is one of industry’s fastest growing, and if you’re in the market for one, chances are you’ll want to know which ones are the most reliable out there. J.D. Power has compiled data collected from surveying thousands of vehicle owners to determine this year’s list of most reliable new crossovers… Continue Reading...

Most Watched Videos of the Week: July 14 – 21, 2013

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Each week, we recap the most popular videos from AutoGuide‘s YouTube channel so why should this week be any different? This week, AutoGuide went on a search for front-wheel-drive greatness, pitting the older 1998 Acura Integra Type R against a new 2013 Honda Civic Si. Find out what happened, as check out the other two most-watched videos below. Continue Reading...

Toyota Venza Exported to South Korea from U.S.

Toyota Venza Exported to South Korea from U.S.
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Toyota has begun exporting its U.S.-assembled Venza crossover to its distributors in South Korea, making up a portion of over 130,000 vehicles the Japanese automaker plans on exporting this year. Continue Reading...

2013 Toyota Venza Revealed Before New York Auto Show Debut

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2013 Toyota Venza Revealed Before New York Auto Show Debut
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The 2013 Toyota Venza has been released by Toyota one day before it is unveiled formally at the 2012 New York Auto Show. The re-designed Venza’s exterior styling has undergone a serious update, and is getting a new upper and lower grille, new fog lamps and rear taillights. The body style has grown a little more… Continue Reading...

2013 Toyota Venza to Bow at New York Auto Show

2013 Toyota Venza to Bow at New York Auto Show
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The 2013 Toyota Venza crossover will make its North American debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show, and Toyota is offering us a little peek at what we can expect.  For 2013 the Venza is said by Toyota to gain some aerodynamics thanks to a redesigned grille, fog lamps and rear taillights. New 19-inch… Continue Reading...

AAA Picks Top Vehicles For Dogs (and Their Owners)

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AAA Picks Top Vehicles For Dogs (and Their Owners)
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Some rides are better suited for your dogs than others. From your dog’s point of view, all they need is an open window to stick their head out of, but the American Automobile Association (AAA) has put a bit more thought into compiling their list of the best canine-friendly vehicles. “More than 45 million households… Continue Reading...

Five of 12 Midsize SUVs Don’t Make The IIHS Roof Rollover Grade

Five of 12 Midsize SUVs Don’t Make The IIHS Roof Rollover Grade
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Sometimes, okay just doesn’t cut it. Like when it comes to how well the roof of your midsize SUV holds up in a rollover. New results from the first roof strength tests on midsize SUVs conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) show that automakers still need to make improvements to these types… Continue Reading...

Lotus Engineering Previews The Next Decade Of Passenger Cars

Lotus Engineering Previews The Next Decade Of Passenger Cars
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“Add lightness,” is the world famous maxim of Lotus founder Colin Chapman, and decades on, the British specialty firm rigidly adheres to their mantra, producing cars like the Elise, Exige and Evora that can hang with the world’s best supercars and still deliver terrific fuel economy, thanks to their featherweight construction and efficient powertrains. But… Continue Reading...