SYNC

Learn more about SYNC and MyFord Touch


Ford SYNC was first available for the 2008 Ford Focus, with an option price of U.S. $395, in the fall of 2007 and quickly migrated across Ford's product lines. Today, SYNC is available on all Ford and Lincoln products, except those that are largely commercial or fleet use. The option price remains at $395 for most vehicles, but now includes several new standard features such as 911 Assist, Vehicle Health Report, and SYNC Services.



What can you do with SYNC and MyFord Touch?

  • Hands-Free Calling
  • 911 Assist®
  • SYNC AppLink
  • 411 Business Search
  • Audible Text Messaging
  • Turn-by-turn Directions
  • Internet Connectivity
  • News, Sports, Weather

SYNC and MyFord Touch overview (current page)
How to pair your Bluetooth phone with SYNC
SYNC voice activated commands
Voice activated Navigation

 

SYNC.® SAY THE WORD. 

AVAILABLE VOICE ACTIVATED TECHNOLOGY
PERSONALIZED BY THE PEOPLE WHO USE IT.
 

Want to get a better idea of what you can do with SYNC and MyFord Touch? This video will give you a quick overview of the basic features of SYNC and MyFord Touch in a new 2013 C-Max Hybrid. You will see how to use the new, large touch screen included with MyFord Touch to control the dual climate controls, AM/FM radio and SIRIUS Sattelite Radio.

SYNC with MyFord Touch as seen here is not just for the new 2013 C-Max, you can also get this same system on almost all Ford models including the all new 2013 Ford Fusion and 2013 Ford Escape as well as the Ford Edge, Ford Explorer, Ford Focus, Ford Flex, Ford Taurus, Ford F-150 and the Ford Super Duty.

You can always come in to Packey Webb Ford and any of our certified Ford sales specialists can give you a personal demonstration of SYNC and MyFord Touch or help you pair your phone or learn how to use some of the advanced features right here at our dealership. We also have a collection of how-to videos right here online, even though we're close to Chicago and easy to get to we understand that you may not have time for a trip to a Ford dealer everytime you need to pair a new phone.


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