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Taking a closer look at Ford SYNC

Updated: February 11, 2014 10:47AM



For more than a century, the Ford Motor Company has been on the cutting edge of vehicle design and innovation. As the decades have progressed, Ford’s vehicles have evolved to incorporate the latest advances in vehicle technology. Today, Ford has introduced the innovative Ford SYNC system to its new vehicles. If you are interested in driving a new Ford, here is a closer look at how Ford SYNC will revolutionize your daily drives.

Hands-free calling
Ford SYNC allows you to place and receive calls on your smartphone without taking your hands off of the wheel or your attention away from the road. Using a wireless connection system, Ford SYNC creates a link to the calling and messaging centers on your smartphone. With Ford SYNC, you will stay safely connected to your phone while you drive.

Driving directions
Ford SYNC includes a navigation system that will add a new level of convenience to your driving experience. Once you enter your destination, the Ford SYNC system will provide audio driving directions that are delivered in real time on the road. Getting where you need to go is easier than ever with Ford SYNC.

Streaming media
With Ford SYNC, you will have access to all of your favorite media. Using Bluetooth connectivity, Ford SYNC delivers your favorite music, apps, and radio stations. To select a specific track on your media device, you can simply speak your selection and Ford SYNC will automatically begin playing your tune.

To explore the incredible features of the Ford SYNC system, be sure to visit Joe Rizza Ford or call 1-800-314-1625. The friendly sales team at the Joe Rizza Ford dealership in Orland Park will be happy to answer all of your questions about what’s new for Ford in the upcoming model year.



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