Comparing the Versions of Toyota Entune

Toyota Entune

You will find three different versions of the Entune Audio system depending on the Toyota model that you look into. All of them share the same basic features, but each one builds on the previous. The basic system already is packed with features. However, you can also get a version of Entune Audio with the App Suite, Navigation, and/or premium audio.

Toyota Entune Audio

Even the most basic of the Toyota Entune systems, referred to simply as Entune Audio, comes with a 6.1- to 7-inch touchscreen. You also get AM/FM radio, a CD player, a USB 2.0 port with iPod connectivity, and an auxiliary audio input. Plus, it comes with Bluetooth for streaming audio and phone book access, advanced voice recognition, and Siri Eyes Free.

Toyota Entune Audio Plus

Models with Entune Audio Plus may have a touchscreen as large as 8 inches. They also add SiriusXM Satellite Radio, HD Radio, and HD Radio Traffic and Weather. Certain Toyota vehicles with this system will also have JBL Audio. A large number of 2016 and 2017 Toyota models with Entune Audio Plus will also have connected navigation via the Scout GPS Link app.

Toyota Entune Premium Audio with Navigation and App Suite

The systems with Entune Premium Audio may have a 6.1-inch to 9-inch touchscreen. Instead of connected navigation, these models have integrated navigation, which doesn’t require you to use your smartphone to access the system. A wider range of models with this version of Entune will have JBL Audio, and all have the Entune App Suite. The App Suite gives you the ability to stream music via apps like Slacker Radio, iHeartRadio, and Pandora. You also can do things like check local traffic, fuel prices, stocks, make reservations, find businesses, and more.

For help finding a Toyota model with the version of Entune Audio that you prefer, talk to the friendly team at Kinsel Toyota in Beaumont, Texas.