The first big jump in base spec is the Limited, which does ask for a significant extra investment. It gets larger 20-inch alloy wheels, and chrome exterior accents. There are convenience upgrades, including a power liftgate and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The leather upholstery and heated front seats make the cabin more livable, while the infotainment suite gets upgraded with navigation and a 12-speaker premium sound system.
Two-Position Power Memory Driver's Seat, memory outside mirrors, Radio: Premium Audio w/Dynamic Navigation & JBL, 14 speakers, including subwoofer and amplifier, 7.0" touch-screen, AM/FM/HD Radio, USB media port, 2 USB charge ports, Dynamic Navigation w/up to 3-year trial, dynamic POI search, dynamic voice recognition, Destination Assist w/1-year trial, hands-free phone capability and music streaming via Bluetooth wireless technology, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay compatible, SiriusXM w/3-month platinum plan trial, Toyota Connected Services - Safety Connect w/1-year trial, Service Connect w/10-year trial, Remote Connect w/1-year trial, Wi-Fi Connect w/up to 2 GB within 3-month trial, Destination Assist w/1-year trial, See toyota.com/audio-multimedia for details