What technology features does the 2019 Toyota Avalon have?

September 21st, 2018 by

Technology is a huge part of our world today, it keeps us connected no matter where we are on the grid. Most of the time if we are traveling somewhere it is in our vehicle, so it is important to have the technology you need inside your car too! The 2019 Toyota Avalon is a perfect example of a car that has everything you need to keep you connected on the go. Check it out below!

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2019 Avalon Technology Features

The home to staying connected while in the 2019 Avalon is the 9-inch multimedia touchscreen. This screen allows passengers to access the Entune™ 3.0 system. The display has easy to use controls and functions so drivers can easily find what they are looking for. With the App Suite from Entune™ 3.0, drivers can access all their favorite apps and find the information they are looking for all in one place.

Apple CarPlay® is a standard feature in the 2019 Avalon. Drivers can pair their compatible Apple smartphone and get directions, make calls, send or receive messages and listen to their own playlist while focusing on the road ahead. The onboard Wi-Fi Connect Powered by Verizon hotspot is able to connect up to five devices so passengers can also partake in the technology. And don’t worry, once your smartphone needs a charge, just simply play the Qi-compatible device on the wireless charging station!

Want to stay connected to your Avalon even when you are not riding in it? Now you can with Toyota Remote Connect! Drivers can have control of their Avalon through their Apple Watch® or Android™ smartwatch by using the touch or voice commands. With the remote connect, you can locate your car, lock or unlock the doors and even start the engine!

The 2019 Avalon has plenty more to offer and it’s all available to you right here at Toyota of Irving! Be sure to stop by today to check out our inventory or contact us with any questions!

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