Ford SYNC Now In 3 Million Vehicles


Ford introduced the SYNC system back in 2007, basically offering the same cool feature the aftermarket in-car connectivity systems offered by either as standard with the car, or at a cheap price to buy as an option.

It turned out to be a huge success, as they recently passed the 3 million milestone for this system.

The SYNC system has become even more complete throughout the years with the addition of My Ford Touch system and the voice recognition system. Some people argue that the SYNC is overcomplicated and rather distracting, but you can’t deny its uses.

ford sync Ford SYNC Now In 3 Million Vehicles

Ford SYNC was first available for the 2008 Ford Focus, with an option price of $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.

“Ford SYNC is clearly making a difference in our customer experience,” said Ken Czubay, Ford vice president of U.S. Marketing, Sales and Service. “Not only is it proving to differentiate our products from the competition, SYNC is becoming a key point of satisfaction.”

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