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Touchscreen is OK, but Smartphone Integration Lags - 2016 Toyota Tacoma Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited November 2016 in Toyota
imageTouchscreen is OK, but Smartphone Integration Lags - 2016 Toyota Tacoma Long-Term Road Test

The 2016 Toyota Tacoma comes standard with a touchscreen interface. We report on what works well and what doesn't.

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Comments

  • Is it just me or does that screen look like it's far smaller than 7". I would not purchase a vehicle that had one of these "transitional" systems in it. 5 years from now when AA/Carplay is the ONLY thing offered (other than basic Bluetooth streaming), Toyota and others will scrap all support for this. Owners will probably need to buy some old dedicated phone that's specifically configured to still work with this system.
  • dldavedldave SacramentoPosts: 46
    At least it's not a custom solution that prevents you from swapping out the head unit. No such luck with me and my A3.
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