2013 Toyota Venza V6 is easy on gas, fast, and worth the added cost…

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2013 Toyota Venza V6 is on gas, fast, and worth the cost

While six-cylinder generally guzzle more gas their four-cylinder counterparts, has made the choice tougher ever. The extremely efficient V6 on the 2013 Venza gives a gas-sipping performance upgrade for $2,000 more than the I4

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Toyota The Venza V6 offers significant in acceleartion and engine noise the four-cylinder option.

With gas prices, it makes sense the many buyers would a more-efficient four-cylinder version a six-cylinder model.

However, you are shopping for a Toyota Venza, the has made the choice between the two engines a really tough Toyota has vast experience not only economical engines, but have built high engines for racing vehicles around.

Toyota’s world class efforts are reflected in both of the available on the Venza. As both with six speed transmissions with sequential shift what really decides Venza is right for you boils to which engine you’d live with every day and you do with your car.

A Base Engine

Unlike a lot of cylinder engines put into crossovers in the Venza’s class, doesn’t leave you starved for just to save you some gas The base engine in the Venza is one of the and most powerful normally four cylinder engines in its nearly approaching the size and of the V6 engines of the past.

The all aluminum alloy, dual cam, inline 4-cylinder displaces a healthy 2.7 liters. output is a remarkable 182 brake (BHP) and 182 foot pounds of all while returning an EPA estimated miles per gallon city/highway for the wheel drive model. the optional all wheel drive and the EPA only fall to 20/25.

These numbers translate a capable 0-60 time of 9.3 which will get you onto the at a respectable pace. If you envision Venza as a point to point especially on the freeway, the I-4 engine be the one you want. Before you decide you owe it to yourself to drive one with the Venza’s V6 engine.

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A Tremendously V6

A shade under $2000 gets you into the six cylinder The best news is that the is well spent, for it truly is an in most senses of the word. If you any aspirations of driving long with a load, towing a or going into the mountains, never regret buying the V6.

Constructed with the same all and DOHC basics, the Toyota V6 engine puts out an impressive 268 BHP and 246 of torque. This means rather than being to tow only 1,000 pounds, you can tow 3,500, which opens up the universe of light utility, or power sports trailers.

The V6 doesn’t have to work as to make its power. The four Venza growls under acceleration where the V6 merely A 0-60 run that comes in at 6.4 will also put a smile on face as you merge into Can’t say the same about the

In this era of expensive gasoline you may the trade off for the V6’s power is a far thirst at the pump. Here Toyota has worked its engineering In FWD form, the V6 Venza puts up a economical EPA estimate of 19/26 miles per gallon.

With EPA so close to the I4, though you can’t go either way, the V6 will more right to you from the seat and you’ll find it the added cost.

Source for all stats: Toyota USA

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