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ComparisonComparing the 2025 Toyota Crown Signia to the 2024 Toyota Venza

Comparing the 2025 Toyota Crown Signia to the 2024 Toyota Venza

Analyzing the differences and market positions of Toyota's 2025 Crown Signia and 2024 Venza hybrid models.

– Crown Signia offers luxury and advanced features but at a higher price point.
– Venza provides practical, efficient hybrid technology at a more accessible price.
– Crown Signia targets premium buyers, while Venza appeals to a broader market.

For consumers interested in understanding the differences between the 2025 Toyota Crown Signia and the 2024 Toyota Venza, we’ve put together this detailed comparison based on their specifications and features. Both vehicles showcase Toyota’s hybrid technology but cater to different needs and preferences.

2025 Toyota Crown Signia | Photo: MAtt St-Pierre

Dimensions and Design

The 2025 Toyota Crown Signia presents a larger footprint and squatter design compared to the 2024 Toyota Venza. Here are the key dimensions:

– Wheelbase: Crown Signia – 285 cm; Venza – 269 cm

– Overall Length: Crown Signia – 493 cm; Venza – 474 cm

– Overall Width: Crown Signia – 188 cm; Venza – 185.4 cm

– Overall Height: Crown Signia – 162.6 cm; Venza – 167.4 cm

– Ground Clearance: Crown Signia – 17 cm; Venza – 19.3 cm

The interior volume differences between the Crown Signia and the Venza are notable, particularly in trunk space. The Crown Signia offers a more spacious interior, with a trunk volume of 730.8 L with the rear seats up. In comparison, the Venza provides a trunk volume of 815.2 L with the rear seats in place.

2022 Toyota Venza Limited | Photo: Matt St-Pierre

Performance and Powertrain

The Crown Signia is powered by a 2.5L Dynamic Force 4-cylinder engine with an electric motor, delivering a combined 240 horsepower. The engine itself produces 188 horsepower and 178 lb.-ft of torque.

The 2024 Toyota Venza also features a 2.5L four-cylinder engine combined with three electric motors, generating a total of 219 horsepower.

The approximate weight figures for both models are as follows:

– Venza: 1,810 kg (3,990 lbs).

– Crown Signia: 1,910 kg (4,210 lbs).

2025 Toyota Crown Signia | Photo: Toyota

Fuel Economy

Both vehicles offer impressive fuel economy, although the Venza has a slight edge in city driving.

– Crown Signia: 6.0 L/100km city / 6.4 L/100km highway / 6.2 L/100km combined

– Venza: 5.9 L/100km city / 6.4 L/100km highway / 6.0 L/100km combined

The Signia’s extra power offsets the weight performance-wise however despite a more advanced hybrid system, fuel efficiency numbers are not quite as good. Having said that, in the real world, actual fuel consumption numbers will be very close.

2022 Toyota Venza Limited | Photo: Mat St-Pierre

Interior and Technology

The Crown Signia’s interior reflects its premium positioning with high-end materials and advanced technology. It features a spacious cabin with a focus on comfort and luxury. The infotainment system includes twin 12.3-inch displays with advanced connectivity features.

The Venza’s interior is designed to offer refinement and comfort, also with high-quality materials and a quiet cabin. It includes an 8-inch standard touchscreen infotainment system, with an optional upgrade to a 12.3-inch display..

2025 Toyota Crown Signia | Photo: MAtt St-Pierre

Safety and Driver Assistance

Both the Crown Signia and the Venza prioritize safety, equipped with Toyota Safety Sense. The Crown Signia includes Toyota Safety Sense 3.0, which features advanced driver assistance technologies like adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and automated emergency braking.

The Venza is equipped with Toyota Safety Sense 2.5, offering similar safety features. These include pre-collision systems, lane departure alert with steering assist, and dynamic radar cruise control. Both models aim to provide comprehensive safety and driver assistance, though the Crown Signia’s newer system might offer slight improvements or additional features.

2022 Toyota Venza Limited | Photo: Mat St-Pierre

Pricing and Market Position

The 2025 Toyota Crown Signia, with a starting price of $57,450, is positioned as a more premium hybrid model. Offered only in Limited trim, the only option is the Advanced Technology package which adds $2,075 and includes Traffic Jam Assist and more.

The 2024 Toyota Venza LE starts at $42,550, making it far more accessible in terms of pricing. The XLE is priced from $48,790 and the top trim Limited retails for $52,250.


2025 Toyota Crown Signia | Photo: MAtt St-Pierre

The 2025 Toyota Crown Signia and the 2024 Toyota Venza cater to distinct buyer segments. The Crown Signia offers a premium, luxurious experience with advanced features but at the cost of reduced utility. In contrast, the Venza provides practical family transportation at a more accessible price. Given the significant price difference and the Crown Signia’s focus on luxury over utility, it is highly likely it will not sell as well as the Venza.


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Matt St-Pierre
Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai


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