Venza has adequate power with its base four-cylinder engineA six-speed automatic transmission is standard, and some test drivers reported that it shifts smoothly. With the four-cylinder engine, the Venza earns an EPA-estimated 21/27 mpg city/highway, while V6 models are rated at 19/26 mpg, both of which are good ratings for the class. Reviewers noted that the Venza has a comfortable ride and car-like handling. Toyota Venza's interior has a pleasing design, and some were particularly impressed with the upscale materials found on higher trims. They said the Venza's front seats are supportive, with plenty of head- and legroom, and that a low step-in height makes the Venza easy to get in and out of. The Venza also earned praise for its comfortable reclining back seats, which offer ample space to stretch out. The Venza comes standard with dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth, satellite radio, a six-speaker stereo and a USB port. Navigation, a rearview camera and a 13-speaker JBL stereo system are available. The Venza has up to 70.2 cubic feet of cargo space, which is slightly more than what rivals like the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Nissan Murano and Ford Edge have.