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For 2015, Toyota's Venza wagon gains a standard rearview camera while the LE V6 is dropped from the lineup. The Limited model now comes with standard all-wheel drive.
For 2014, the Toyota Venza has power folding mirrors added to the XLE and Limited trims, while the Limited gains front and rear parking sensors.
Although it shares a common platform with the Camry sedan, the 2015 Toyota Venza wagon is more than just a Camry with a hatchback rear end. The Venza's wide stance and added ground clearance give it the ability to go places no Camry would dare venture, as does the available all-wheel-drive (AWD) system. The Venza's seats are wide and comfortable, and its tall ride height provides a commanding view of the road ahead. The Venza is larger than its primary competitor, the less expensive Subaru Outback, and it can tow up to 3,500 pounds. Toyota's Venza is uniquely positioned as the perfect vehicle for travelers looking for the interior space and muscle provided by a larger SUV without the bulky proportions or harsh ride.