How does the Rear-seat Entertainment System work?
Perhaps one of the most enjoyable features to be found in a family vehicle, for this week’s How’s This Work we thought we’d look into the rear-seat entertainment system found in four different Toyota vehicles. The rear-seat entertainment system is found in all kinds of family-oriented vehicles across the market, but we wanted to focus on the RES arrangements you can find right here at Wheat Toyota on the Trail, as every manufacturer might offer something different.
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2016 Toyota Sequoia, Highlander, Highlander Hybrid
The 2016 Sequoia, which is a full-size sport utility vehicle, offers a 9” display screen just behind the front row of seats in its Platinum trim level. Similarly, the 2016 Highlander offers the same system on its XLE, Limited and Hybrid Limited trim levels. The display screen features a built-in Blu-ray Disc player, two RCA jacks for inputting various audio or visual components, as well as two pairs of wireless headphones. Your kids in the back seat will be able to enjoy the newest Disney movie on your family road trips.
2016 Toyota Sienna
If you thought the rear-seat entertainment system in the utility vehicles above was impressive, wait until you hear about the RES that is available in the 2016 Toyota Sienna. Rather than a 9” display screen, the Sienna offers a 16.4” high-definition screen. The Blu-ray Disc player is of course still built right in, and it still comes with the RCA jacks and wireless headphones. But on top of that, it also comes with a remote and has 2 HDMI inputs and 2 120-volt AC power outlets, meaning your kids will be able to hook up their X-Box, PlayStation or other video game console and play on the go.
The rear-seat entertainment system is one of the best features found in a family vehicle, and the 2016 Toyota Sienna blows both RES arrangements right out of the water. If you’d like to know more about the RES or the vehicles it is available in, feel free to give us a call at the sales desk.