2013 Toyota Venza Owner's Manual

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Toyota Venza is a four-wheel drive crossover of the “K2” class. The second generation of the model. The car premiered on May 18, 2020.

With the change of generation, the Venza model has completely moved to the crossover form factor, while maintaining the smoothness of the body lines of the previous generation. The car body itself became 60 mm shorter (4,740 mm) and 50 mm narrower (1,855 mm), while adding 50 mm in height (1,660 mm). The basis of this generation of Venza is the platform GA-K, which is also used in Camry, Highlander and RAV4. The crossover has a wheelbase of 2,690 mm (identical to the RAV4), although the previous Venza had a 2,775-millimeter wheelbase.

The second-generation Toyota Venza is a variation of the fourth-generation Toyota Harrier, but its target market is American. It comes with only one – hybrid – powertrain. A 2.5-liter atmospheric motor (178 hp) works in tandem with an electric motor (120 hp) and an eCVT variator to transmit torque to the front wheels. When the front wheels slip, the rear electric motor (55 hp) is activated.

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The most common causes are for 2013 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 2013 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 2013 Toyota Venza, they recall them to dealerships for repair.