Toyota Venza vs Toyota Sienna

By Product Expert | Posted in Comparisons, Toyota Sienna, Toyota Venza on Wednesday, September 25th, 2013 at 3:14 pm

Toyota Venza vs Toyota Sienna

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2013 Toyota Sienna

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2014 Toyota Venza

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are looking for a vehicle that provides space and comfort for all of the cargo and people in your life, you have come to the right place. Both the Toyota Venza and Sienna are very reliable choices that offer many benefits. To learn more about some of the technical details with Toyota Venza vs Toyota Sienna, view of our comparison today.

Models compared: 2014 Toyota Venza LE and 2013 Toyota Sienna LE

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The spacious and comfortable Toyota Sienna

Engine

The Toyota Venza comes equipped with a 2.7-liter 4-cylinder engine that makes 181 horsepower and 182lb-ft of torque. EPA estimated gas mileage for the Venza LE with its 4-cylinder engine is rated at 20 city and 26 highway MPG. The Venza is available in a V6 AWD model as well. The Toyota Sienna LE comes equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 that makes 266 horsepower and 245lb-ft of torque. EPA estimated gas mileage for the Sienna is rated at 18 city and 25 highway MPG.

Interior Passenger/Cargo Volume

Total seating capacity for the Venza is 5 passengers and the Sienna can accommodate for up to 8. Naturally the Sienna has more total passenger volume with 164 cubic feet, where the Venza provides up 108 cubic feet. Respectively, the Venza does provide a bit more leg room than the Sienna, but the Sienna evens it out with a little bit more headroom. Max cargo capacity (all seats either folded down or removed) is again larger for the Sienna with an available 150 cubic feet compared to the Venza’s 70.2 cubic feet.

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The Venza has many available luxury and comfort options

Safety

In the Toyota Venza vs Toyota Sienna comparison both vehicles come standard with driver and passenger front impact airbags, rear center three point seat-belts, ABS brakes, and immobilizer. The Toyota Venza and Toyota Sienna, according the IIHS, both received the highest possible ratings of “good” in the side impact, roof strength, and rear crash tests.

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