Initially, the all new Toyota Entune infotainment system was set to debut in three models: The forthcoming 2012 Prius v, 2012 Toyota Camry, and 2012 Toyota Tacoma. Toyota, however, has opted to share the Entune love with another quintessential model, the Toyota 4Runner.
The Toyota Entune system comes as a standard feature only on the Limited Grade trim of the 2012 Toyota 4Runner, though it's also an optional feature on every other trim level in the 4Runner lineup. Now that you know how to get it, we can only imagine that you'll want to know what it does.
The Toyota Entune service allows drivers in the greater Oxnard area to access a wide range of apps and data-streaming services, while driving safely. Such apps include Bing, iHeartRadio, MovieTickets.com, OpenTable, and Pandora, while data-streaming services include fuel prices, sports scores, stock info, traffic guides, and weather conditions.
Returning tech features from the current 2011 Toyota 4Runner, named "Most Dependable Midsize Crossover/SUV" by J.D. Power and Associates, include SiriusXM Satellite Radio; HD Radio, feautring iTunes tagging and text/e-mail-to-speech; a USB port for easy iPod connectivity; and Bluetooth wireless technology.
Want more Toyota news? Be sure to stay tuned, as DCH Toyota of Oxnard is dedicated to keeping you informed. And remember, you can also learn more about specific models by browsing our new Toyota inventory online or by contacting us to arrange a test drive.