Map Care program manager Laurent Vernerey tells us, “People get regular map updates for their smartphones, and for personal navigation devices from the likes of Garmin.
So there’s an expectation that the same should be true of their car’s maps.” In fact, a survey conducted by HERE* found that 74 per cent of respondents expected map updates to be a free part of what they receive with a new vehicle. First launched with Volvo in Europe in 2009, if your car’s manufacturer is part of the program, it’s normally a part of the free service package you receive when you buy a car and lasts for around three years or more. Laurent says, “Our vision is that every driver with a car equipped with a navigation system deserves an always up-to-date map, included in the price of the vehicle.
The maximum size of the touch screen for this option increases to a massive 9 inches.
In addition to all that’s included in Entune Audio Plus, the Premium edition comes with Integrated Navigation, the Entune App Suite, and available JBL Audio.
If you want to learn more about Entune Audio, feel free to contact an associate at Dan Cava’s Toyota World.
You can also look at the full inventory of Toyota vehicles online.
If you think regular Entune Audio is good, you’re going to love Entune Audio Plus.
Entune Audio is without a doubt one of the best in-car technology systems available in new cars today.
With a broad variety of features, Entune Audio gives drivers exactly what they need to get the most out of their driving experiences.
HERE Map Care is poised to become the industry standard for achieving this.” Currently 23 automotive makers offer Map Care with their more technologically advanced vehicles.
These are BMW, Nissan, Mercedes, Kia, Volvo, Peugeot, Citroen, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Volkswagen, Mitsubishi, Audi, Seat, Skoda, Harley Davidson, Tesla, Toyota, Fuso, Hino, Dacia, Isuzu and UD Trucks.