But the difference in fuel economy between the two engines is likely quite small, especially if you live in hilly terrain that might tax the four-cylinder engine, or if you do a lot of highway driving. In fact, with all-wheel drive both engines get 25 mpg highway.
If you're concerned about making a green choice in your next vehicle, you could certainly do a lot worse than the 2011 Toyota Venza. Four-cylinder Venzas get up to 21 mpg city, 27 highway. But the V-6 with front-wheel drive gets 19/26 mpg. Shoppers should beware that all-wheel drive adds weight you'll be lugging around all the time, so it can subtract 1 or 2 mpg to any driving, for the life of the vehicle.
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