Current Toyota Venza Price In Nigeria

Here is the thing: I can not assure you the price of a brand new Toyota Venza if that is what you want. 

The reason is that Toyota has stopped the production of Venza since 2017. The U.S. version stopped two years earlier. 

Hence, the only thing you can get out of the streets of Nigeria is tokunbo and locally-used models. And a huge part of that success is because Nigeria is a large market for used cars, which helps retain its availability. 

So the ONLY Toyota Venza Price in Nigeria we will discuss on this page are the foreign-used and locally-used models.

Let’s begin!

Toyota Venza Price In Nigeria

Below are the list of all the available Toyota Venza prices in Nigeria:

1. Foreign-used (tokunbo) Toyota Venza Prices In Nigeria

Expect Tokunbo Venza to be quite expensive, but not as though it were brand new.

Toyota Venza ModelPrice (₦)
2009 Toyota Venza N5,500,000 – N8,000,000
2010 Toyota VenzaN6,000,000 – N9,000,000
2011 Toyota VenzaN5,500,000 – N8,000,000
2012 Toyota VenzaN6,500,000 – N10,000,000
2013 Toyota Venza N7,000,000 – N11,000,000
2014 Toyota Venza N7,000,000 – N11,000,000
2015 Toyota VenzaN8,00,000 – N13,000,000

2. Nigerian-locally Used Toyota Venza In Nigeria

It is a no-brainer that most Nigerian-used cars were once tokunbo. As such, the value has dropped significantly, so you will get them even cheaper.

Toyota Venza ModelPrice (₦)
2009 Toyota Venza N4,500,000 – N6,000,000
2010 Toyota VenzaN4,000,000 – N6,000,000
2011 Toyota VenzaN4,500,000 – N6,500,000
2012 Toyota VenzaN4,500,000 – N6,000,000
2013 Toyota Venza N4,800,000 – N7,500,000
2015 Toyota VenzaN5,500,000 – N10,500,000

The Joy Of Having A Toyota Venza 

Let’s not heap praises on the sleek beauty and contemporary exterior/interior design because it isn’t worth the hype compared to the latest crossover aesthetics. 

However, Venza can still boast of its exceptional fuel economy, SUV-like abilities, and tiny functionalities mentioned in today’s era because most trending cars still use them.

I’m talking about the-aging-Venza features like the anti-lock braking, a tire pressure monitoring system, vehicle stability control, brake assist, automatic locking retractors, smart stop technology, seven standard airbags, hill-start control, and whatnot.

Things You Won’t Like About Toyota Venza

1. Toyota Venza Isn’t A True SUV

You might argue it is among the SUV’s bloodline, but Venza is more of a CUV due to its unibody frame construction. 

A traditional SUV has a body-on-frame construction, heightening its ruggedity and giving it that aggressive truck-like look. 

Venza is also smaller in size with front-wheel drive (FWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD) compared to traditional larger SUVs with four-wheel drive (4WD) systems or rear-wheel drive (RWD).

Their ground clearance is weak and doesn’t exhibit the minerals to take on rugged terrain like the 4Runner, Highlander, Prado, and other SUVs. 

And lastly, you are getting a two-row seating instead of a third-row. This is a HUGE drawback for larger families since there is limited cargo space.

2. Expensive Spare Parts

Fixing any damaged parts will cost you a fortune for good reasons. 

 Venza spare parts aren’t made in Nigeria. And since it is imported, It ALWAYS gets caught up in importation costs such as import duties, shipping fees, and taxes. 

This incurs additional expenses, which increases the overall price of purchasing a spare part. 

The exchange rate fluctuations could also alter the price, as well as the limited availability of this model.

3. Outdated Features

Using any old model feels old –the touch of style and functionality. 

Where it becomes even visible is in the exterior. 

Compared to other latest SUV models with trendy, intuitive infotainment systems, sleeker designs, more modern controls, a premium sound system, and a large touchscreen display, the Toyota Venza might feel like a car in the 90s.


But at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter if it is a true SUV or outdated with expensive spare parts. So long as it serves its purpose –that is what matters. 

Also, you might be tempted to settle for a locally-used model because it is affordable. However, most people who did end up in a valley of disappointment. 

They have constant complaints about mechanical problems here and there. 

It is true because, as I said, most locally-used models were once tokunbo. So you can imagine how degradable it has been. 

But if that is what you can afford, I recommend going with your mechanic for a serious inspection before purchase.