While the changes add up to a more stylish and capable family hauler, they come with a price bump compared to the 2012 Venza. Mid-grade XLE models see an increase of up to $1,585, but come with new standard kit such as a navigation system, driver memory seat, reverse tilt outer mirrors and the aforementioned Entune system.
Entry-level LE models are up to $275 pricier, while top-spec Limited models go up $955.
LE and XLE models continue to feature a standard 2.7-liter four-cylinder with 182 horsepower and 182 lb-ft of torque, while the Limited gets a standard 3.5-liter V6 with 268 horsepower and 246 pound-feet of torque that is optional for the rest of the lineup.
Front-wheel-drive is the default configuration, while all-wheel-drive is available on all trim levels for roughly $1,450.