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Ford Navigation systems

Everyone has their preferred method for finding the best route from A to B. From our advanced built-in navigation system, to third-party navigation apps. SYNC 3 ensures you’ll always be able to use your favourite technology to get to your destination on time.

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SYNC 3 with Navigation

SYNC 3 with navigation is controlled using your voice or via an intuitive touchscreen with swipe-and-pinch gestures. The system is highly intuitive, easy to use and can be set with effortless ‘one-shot’ destination entry. You can even call up a list of local restaurants (or other points of interest) with simple voice commands such as, “I’m hungry”.

You can enhance your SYNC 3 navigation further by linking it to the FordPass Connect modem to receive Live Traffic updates direct to your SYNC screen.

Live Traffic

If your car has SYNC 3 and a FordPass Connect modem, Live Traffic seamlessly updates your in-car navigation system to give you the latest traffic information. Traffic flow, accidents, roadworks and more are monitored 24/7. Live Traffic uses this data to optimise recommended routes, helping you to avoid unexpected delays. Live Traffic is complementary with FordPass Connect for the first 12 months; thereafter a license fee is payable.

And even if your vehicle isn’t equipped with the system, you can still use Live Traffic through the FordPass app and Applink on your phone.

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Local Hazard Information

A stream of data from other connected vehicles is designed to let your Ford spot hazards before they're even in sight. It identifies issues, like roadworks or a traffic jam, based on other vehicles’ behaviour. Then lets the driver know what's happening ahead with a notification on the SYNC screen. (Local Hazard Information is a subscription service with a one-year complimentary trial when you buy your new Ford, thereafter a subscription fee is payable.)