Refreshed 2013 Toyota Venza Heading To 2012 New York Auto Show

As things start to wind down in Geneva, all eyes start to shift toward the New York Auto Show in April, where the refreshed 2013 Toyota Venza will take a bow and show off its new facework and new standard goodies.

Left mostly untouched for the 2012 model year, the 2013 Toyota Venza will wear a slightly fresher face, thanks to a new upper and lower grille, and fog lamps. New 19-inch wheels will have a different design, and the Venza also gets new rear taillights.  New standard features vary depending on the model chosen, with the entry-level LE coming equipped with blind spot monitoring and outer mirror turn signals for the 2013 model year. The XLE model further adds a driver memory seat, reverse-tilt outer mirrors, and navigation with Toyota Entune, while the top-trim Limited model will sport LED daytime running lights. Other standard features for the Limited model include a premium navigation system, Entune, and a JBL audio system.

Mechanically, the 2013  Venza will remain the same, with I-4, V-6, front-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive powertrain combinations for LE and XLE models, while the Limited will house a V-6 under the hood in either front-wheel or all-wheel drive configurations. Also, Attitude Black, Cypress Pearl, and Cosmic Gray Mica are three new exterior paint colors added to the color palette.

Source: Toyota

Pictured below is a teaser image of the 2013 Toyota Venza‘s headlight,  along with photos of the 2012 model.

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