How Does Toyota's Entune System Work to Make Your Drive Easier?


It's rare these days to find new cars, trucks, and SUVs--beyond the base model--that don't offer touchscreen radio and some range of helpful apps. The car is becoming a moving smartphone. But Green Bay drivers don't seem to mind.

And Toyota's Entune infotainment system is being acknowledged by many as being the easiest to use, having the cleanest look, and being the most convenient.

Learn more about Entune systems here, or visit Kolosso Toyota to check out the new tech in person.

 

Which Toyota Models Offer Entune?

  • Corolla
  • Camry & Hybrid
  • Avalon & Hybrid
  • Sienna
  • Tacoma
  • Tundra
  • RAV4 & Hybrid
  • Highlander & Hybrid
  • 4Runner
  • Sequoia
  • Land Cruiser
  • Prius, c, v, and Prime
  • Mirai
 

What Entune Systems Are Available?

There are currently two main systems for Entune touchscreen infotainment that are available within the new Toyota lineup: the classic Entune system, and the enhanced Entune 3.0 which is available with more apps, better voice recognition, and advanced functionality. Currently, the next-gen Entune 3.0 system is available only on the 2018 Camry. Within the systems are three package options: Entune Audio, Entune Audio Plus, Entune Premium Audio with Navigation and App Suite.

 

What Apps are on Entune?

Entune Premium comes with complimentary App Suite--which includes Pandora, Slacker, Yelp, Facebook, iHeartRadio, and DestinationSearch.

 

Is Entune Compatible With Hands-Free Tech?

Yes--Entune offers Bluetooth with steering-wheel-mounted controls, music streaming for your compatible smartphone, and Siri Eyes Free, all which help keep your eyes on the road and off of your gadgets.

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