If you've been shopping around for a crossover for your family that sets you apart from the pack, you've found it in the 2015 Toyota Venza. This sleek, sculpted beauty is affordable, fuel-efficient and fun to drive. And when you're shuttling your family all over Plant City and Brandon all day long, who wouldn't want a vehicle that's great to drive? Lakeland Toyota in Lakeland, FL, invites you to check out the selection of Venza crossovers on our lot. Once you find the one that's perfect for you, we'll make you a perfect deal and watch you drive off in your 2015 Toyota Venza this afternoon!
Let's take a look at out how the 2015 Toyota Venza stands up to the Honda Crosstour.
Whether you're transporting family, friends or co-workers, there's no denying you'll be carrying passengers in your mid-size crossover. Lucky for you, if you have a 2015 Toyota Venza because it has a very spacious back seat. Those in the rear will be treated to 39.3 inches of headroom while Crosstour passengers will get almost 2 inches less at 37.5. Plus, taller passengers will be able to stretch out much more in the Venza with rear legroom at 39.1 inches vs. the Crosstour's paltry 37.4 inches. And with the Venza's generous 36.2 cubic feet of cargo space, you can carry much more groceries, sporting gear and dance clothes than in the Crosstour, whereas your stuff will be squished with only 25.7 cubic feet of volume.
With a stellar reliability reputation like Toyota has, it makes sense to offer great warranty coverage since you don't expect your vehicles to break down often. When you purchase a 2015 Venza, you'll appreciate 2 year/25,000 miles free maintenance coverage, which includes oil changes, tire rotation, and scheduled maintenance. In the Crosstour -- well, expect to pay out of pocket for those expenses, as Honda doesn't offer any free maintenance plan.
Yes, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but with the 2015 Toyota Venza's stunning, sporty exterior vs. the Crosstour's 4-door chunky fastback styling, the Venza has much more of a streamlined, aerodynamic look, which is usually more aesthetically appealing to drivers.