The short answer is yes. Toyota's interface for connecting your phone via Bluetooth and running apps like Pandora is called Entune. There are several versions of Entune available in the 2013 Toyota RAV4.

In-car information and entertainment systems like Entune essentially work like any smartphone -­ with one big exception -- it's integrated into the car, so making and receiving phone calls is as easy as pressing a button on the dash or steering wheel.

Entune also allows you to play Pandora through the car's audio system. You can even create a new Pandora channel right from the RAV4's screen as long as the car isn't moving -- something you can't do with Ford's SYNC.

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Brian Moody heads up the AutoTrader.com editorial team. He has been an automotive writer and presenter for 15 years. Prior to that, Moody spent several years working in local television news and worked at a few used car dealerships in Sacramento, California. His first car was a 1964 Buick Skylark, but today he has a strange fascination with 1990s era GM luxury cars - don’t ask. Brian lives near Atlanta with his wife and two kids.

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