When you visit Downeast Toyota to purchase a 2022 Toyota Venza, you’ll have to choose between its three trim level options. All three options have a fuel economy rating of 40 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. Past that, they have many differences. Keep reading below to learn about the 2022 Toyota Venza trim levels with us. We hope to see you soon here in Brewer, ME.
The first trim level option is the LE, starting out at $33,240. This is the base trim level, meaning you can save money by choosing it, but it doesn’t have all the available bells and whistles you may want. It does have electronic on-demand all-wheel drive though, and its liftgate is power-operated, height-adjustable, and jam protected. This model is a great starting place for a first-time buyer and a great choice for anyone who doesn’t drive frequently and just needs a vehicle for occasional trips to the store.
The XLE trim level is the mid-tier option, with a starting price of $36,775. If you’re used to a vehicle with automatic headlights, you might enjoy this trim level’s LED projector headlights with automatic high beams and an automatic on/off feature. Basically, the lights adjust themselves based on the brightness of their surroundings, so they’ll turn on automatically at night or during a storm. Even if you’re used to manually adjusting the lights of your vehicle, there are plenty of other reasons to choose the XLE. It features SofTex-trimmed seats and a Blind Spot Monitor among other upgrades.
The highest trim level option is the Limited, with a starting price of $40,730. This model is great as an affordable luxury option. If you drive a lot, take good care of your cars, and tend to keep them for a while, we highly recommend investing in a higher trim level like the Limited, because it offers perks and amenities unavailable to lower trim levels. These amenities include a larger touchscreen display, heated and ventilated seats, and an available fixed panoramic roof.