What Infotainment System Does the Toyota Yaris iA Use?


Earlier this month, we talked all about Entune infotainment--but you may have noticed that a few models were missing from the lineup.

One of those is the 2017 Yaris iA sedan--but this surprisingly well-equipped four-door isn't lacking in media entertainment. It offers a completely different system.

 

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The Yaris iA multimedia system is a carryover from technology designed and engineered by Scion. That means that it delivers all the apps, media, entertainment, navigation, communication, and comforts that you'd expect from a top-notch infotainment system, but for a lot less money.

It's why you can get a new Yaris iA starting at under $16,000, and why so many Green Bay and Appleton drivers are jumping on the chance.

 

What Apps and Features Are Available on the Yaris iA MMS?

The 2017 Yaris iA comes standard with an audio system hosted from a wide and conveniently-set 7-inch touchscreen display, that offers standard Bluetooth and steering-wheel-mounted controls. Plug-and-play effortlessly with standard USB ports that support iPods and other MP3 devices.

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The Yaris iA multi-media system also comes standard with Connected Services Suite with Pandora, voice recognition, and more. Navigation is optional, and can be added without breaking the bank.

Visit Kolosso Toyota to take a test drive in the new 2017 Toyota Yaris iA, and get a feel for this sleek, easy-to-use system.

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