Last post on Oct 05, 2013 at 9:15 PM
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Toyota Venza, Fuel Efficiency (MPG), SUV
#43 of 54 Re: Venza V6 Mileage [cartalker10]
Aug 07, 2010 (8:24 am)
Thanks for your input... lots of people don't know how much fuel rating affects any car performance.
I'm a heavy foot in HWY and light in the city, some air condition as require in New England summer.
My V6 AWD Venza does avg. of 19.5 MPG. I had a 2009 Prius package #3 and that thing did 41 with the Heater/AC on 90% of the time, and I drove it hard... I mean HARD in the city. We do miss the fuel economy (the MPG) but NOT the car.
I love this baby just would like Smaller rims for once like an 18" rims with fat tires so that I can treat it like an SUV and go on country off roads trails (not the very tough ones).
This 20" rims are too bouncy, jumpy and busy ride. For the few first days I drove it, I almost felt sick to my stomach of so much bounciness. This rims size should be an option.
Also, the FIT AND FINISH quality is more like a FORD type inside than TOYOTA or Lexus. The Price is somewhat expensive and the driving it has like a .5sec lag. It does feel a bit disconnected from the road but I think is because its 8.1" of ground clearance.
19.5 MPG for Me!
#45 of 54 2011 Venza 4 cyl, AWD, Premium Package mileage
Jul 26, 2011 (9:44 pm)
In Canada, this car is rated about 7 l/100km highway and 10 l/100km city. For my first tank of gas in my new Venza I got...14.7 l/100km all city driving, hvac on the lowest setting the whole time. That's 50% more than rated. I'm not impressed.
#46 of 54 Re: Toyota Venza MPG-Real World Numbers [Firebird_EOU]
Jan 05, 2012 (10:37 am)
2011 FWD, I4
I am close to empty on my second tankful of gas and am looking at 25.2mpg according to the built-in calculator.
I am also somewhat disappointed so far as I had hopes of seeing above 27mpg due to my daily commute of 80 miles 65mph.
#48 of 54 Re: Toyota Venza MPG-Real World Numbers [yegor]
Jan 30, 2012 (8:52 am)
2009 I-4 AWD.
One more thing - it takes about 10 miles for the car to "warm up" and while it does it consumes lots of fuel (especially in winter). Even if you drive highway expect:
trip: 3 miles - 15 MPG average
trip: 15 miles - 22 MPG average
trip: 60 miles - 26 MPG average
trip: 100 miles - 29 MPG average
But after about 10 miles it starts to get really good MPG. So if you take a really long trip (more than 100 miles) you can get 30 MPG.
#49 of 54 Re: K&N Cone [bill3333]
Feb 28, 2012 (6:55 pm)
Installed a K&N air filter, not sure what cone refers to...anyway it seems to have a small impact to gas savings but it is there.
#50 of 54 Re: K&N Cone [aionica]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Feb 28, 2012 (7:58 pm)
And you may have gotten that much or more impact with a new paper air filter.
#51 of 54 2013 v6 FWD
Aug 11, 2013 (5:21 pm)
Third tank of gas...26.6 mpg manual calc and computer was giving same number. 80 % highway at 70 mph & 20 % city .
#52 of 54 Update 8-24-2013
Aug 24, 2013 (8:40 am)
2013 V6 FWD Venza w/ 2000 miles. Third tank 26.6 mpg, fourth tank 26.5, fifth tank 26.7 with 80% highway & 20% city. I filled the tank to overflow and calculated manually. computer states 26.6 mpg.