Toyota Venza 2022


  • Excellent fuel economy
  • All-wheel drive is standard.
  • Interior design of the highest caliber
  • Ride in peace and comfort


  • One of the smallest midsize SUVs on the market
  • Increased barrier to entry
  • Not suitable for towing

What Has Changed

  • For 2022, no significant changes are anticipated.
  • A member of the Venza's second generation, which will be introduced in 2021.

When the Toyota Venza returned to the market in 2021 following a six-year hiatus, the midsize two-row SUV scored highly in Edmunds' rankings. This is largely due to the fact that it is a hybrid with an impressive EPA-estimated combined fuel economy of 39 mpg. Other SUVs in the class are expected to achieve only 20 to 25 miles per gallon. Along with its impressive fuel economy, the Venza comes standard with all-wheel drive, and its hybrid powertrain maintains a quiet and serene interior environment for a more luxurious ride.

As a hybrid, the 2022 Toyota Venza may be more expensive than some rivals, but owners are likely to recoup their initial investment in a short period of time through gas-station savings. However, in terms of utility, the Venza falls short of the competition. The Venza's interior space is less than average, and it is not rated for towing.

If space and towing capacity are more important to you, one of the Venza's chief rivals — the Honda Passport, Hyundai Santa Fe, or Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport — may be a better fit. Our Expert Rating details where the Venza excels and where it could be improved. However, we believe it is an excellent choice for those seeking increased efficiency and luxury.

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