2012 Toyota Venza Owner's Manual

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The hybrid unit has no recharging function, and the range on pure electricity is symbolic (battery capacity is 3.7 A*h). The driver can adjust the intensity of regeneration independently, and also in PED (Predictive Efficient Drive) mode the hybrid unit remembers the places on the map where the driver is coasting or slowing down, and increases the intensity of regeneration in advance when passing such areas again.

With the change of generation, the design of the front panel has become less massive, and the dominant vertical lines here have given way to horizontal ones. Depending on the configuration, the Venza is equipped with an 8-inch touchscreen multimedia display and a 4.2-inch between the scales or a 12.3-inch multimedia display and a 7-inch between the scales. In the latter, the climate control unit is a touchscreen, while in the former – in the form of rotary knobs.

The rear has two USB-ports, air deflectors and an armrest, the back of the sofa folds in the proportion 60:40. Volume of the trunk in a walking state is 816 liters, with a folded backrest – 1560 liters.

The list of available equipment includes panoramic roof (for the first time in history of Toyota, electrochromic system is used – the roof becomes non-transparent at pressing the button), 19-inch wheels, projection display (10 inches), all-around vision cameras, electric adjustments, heating and ventilation of front seats and audio system JBL (9 speakers, 1400 W). Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition and Automatic High Beam are standard features.

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The most common causes are for 2012 Toyota Venza: dead or faulty battery, rusty vehicle battery terminals, blown fuse (if your car model has one), Starter Connection, Coil.

It is recommended that you change your 2012 Toyota Venza oil every 10,000 miles, but every 5,000 miles also recommended that you inspect fluid levels and top up.

Toyota is trying to make our roads and cars safer, and when it finds serious defects in 2012 Toyota Venza, they recall them to dealerships for repair.