Cars – Toyota unveiled the 2025 Crown Signia last night. There were questions about where the car would be included in the company’s lineup and categories. It seems that the arrival of the Crown Signia will lead to the Venza being out of service after 2024.
This is disappointing news because the model was easily the best crossover that achieved outstanding fuel economy. However, the Venza was not a huge success with sales peaking at 61,718 units in 2021. Sales fell to 33,683 units the following year. The automaker sold only 22,087 units as of September this year.
However, the Venza and Crown Signia have a lot in common, as they are both two-row crossovers. They also come with a hybrid powertrain and standard all-wheel drive. Although Toyota has not yet revealed pricing for the Crown, it will also likely be priced similarly to the Venza. The price of the 2024 Venza starts at $34,920 and rises to $43,065 in the Limited model.
Like the Venza, the Crown Signia is based on the TNGA-K platform. It features a 2.5-liter four-cylinder hybrid engine as well as an all-wheel drive system with a rear electric motor. While the two are very similar, the Crown has a combined power of 243bhp, which is 24bhp more than the Venza.