2020 Toyota Sienna entertainment and infotainment features
The 2020 Toyota Sienna is an advanced machine. It was built for your family, and it was designed to have any feature that you or your family could possibly want. Let’s dive into some of that as we explore the 2020 Toyota Sienna entertainment and infotainment features and options.
Standard infotainment features of the 2020 Sienna
Infotainment is kind of a silly word, but it applies to the central touchscreen that is a nearly standard feature on all modern cars. For the 2020 Sienna, you get a 7-inch touchscreen as standard equipment. This touchscreen includes a huge number of features including the ability to control several aspects of your minivan, fiddle with settings, and control the radio.
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Of course, you also get Apple CarPlay support and even standard Amazon Alexa capability. How about built-in Wi-Fi Connect powered by Verizon? To start with, you even get a 2GB 6-month free trial to see how it works.
Higher trim levels add even more features and functionality with SiriusXM satellite radio with a 3-month free trial, navigation, and more. No matter which trim you get though, you still get a CD player. Believe it or not, many new vehicles are shipping without this feature.
What is driver easy speak?
Driver easy speak is available on the SE and XLE trims and comes standard on the Limited trim, but what does it do? The Sienna is big, and because of its size, it can make it feel like you have to yell at your passengers for them to hear you even in this quiet cabin. Driver easy speak is the solution to that. It lets you use the built-in microphone to talk to your passengers through the rear speakers.
Rear-seat entertainment options for the 2020 Sienna
On the very top Limited trim with the Premium package, you get a rear entertainment system that will keep your whole family entertained. It mounts a dual-view entertainment center with a 16.4-inch display for everyone in the back to see. It includes a Blu-Ray disc player, SD card and HDMI inputs, a remote control, and two wireless headphones. How nice is that?