Designed for Billabong, this Toyota Venza by Street Image has the requisite body kits, wheels and paint for a SEMA vehicle. It even has a winch to pull boarders. But it's the surfgasmic headliner grabbing all the attention.
Many cars have been killed because of the Carpocalypse. But we don't think the bloodbath should be over. With the help of Jalopnik readers we've identified nine on death row and one that should be read its last rights.
Yesterday we talked about the 2009 Toyota Venza, the seventh crossover or SUV to join the Toyota lineup. It's big, expensive and not particularly fuel-efficient versus other crossovers, so how about everything else?
The 2009 Toyota Venza has the unique ability to elicit both howls of displeasure and interjections of apathy, but considering what's popular with the masses, that doesn't matter. The question really appears to be: "Is it a good Toyota?"