Ford's SYNC 3 Updated

Ford first introduced its flagship SYNC Infotainment System all the way back in 2007 for the 2008 model year. Ten years later, the Ford SYNC 3 is being launched to much anticipation. The SYNC system is a factory installed communications/entertainment system that allows users to use their voice to control many different aspects of their vehicle including music and temperature controls. This allows for hands-free operation of said systems, allowing the driver to keep his/her hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. The SYNC 3 will use the QNX operating system that was created by Blackberry Limited.

It features 911 Assist, supports internet radio apps like Spotify and Pandora, access to Vehicle Health Reports, and Traffic/Directions information. It will give the driver turn-by-turn directions, weather updates, and road conditions all at the sound of your voice. Get into our dealership today and see it for yourself.

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