Justin Ramsey and Larry Black at Dan Wiebold Ford give you a step by step tutorial on how to pair your cell phone to the sync system in a 2010 Ford Focus. These same steps will work identically in any other non-navigation radio system.
Ford's Sync System- How to get started
Get started with Ford & Microsoft Sync's System with these step-by-step
directions. Learn how to pair your phone, make & dial a call, use bluetooth
audio, AND even use internet radio wirelessly. It's all here bundled into
less than 9 minutes.
Active Park Assist
Justin Ramsey and Larry Black at Dan Wiebold Ford demonstrate the Active
Park Assist feature found in the 2010 Escape and 2010 Flex. Ford will soon
have this feature available in the 2011 Edge and Explorers as well. This
really makes that parallel parking portion of drivers ed a lot easier.
Sync USB with Ipod
Justin Ramsey and Paula Hellwege at Dan Wiebold Ford in Nampa Idaho
demonstrating a few voice commands for the Microsoft Sync System in a 2010
Ford Focus. This module covers voice commands while using a digital media
player. The MP3 tracks are easily accessible by simple commands.
SYNC II @ 2015 Ford Focus Facelift
The new Ford Focus elevates the world's best-selling nameplate with a
bolder, more emotive exterior design, a finely crafted, intuitive new
interior, a suite of life-enhancing new technologies and major fuel economy
Debuting at 2014 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and unveiled at the
2014 Geneva Motor Show, the new Focus's sporty character and driving appeal
is burnished by a striking horizontal grille, a cockpit-inspired interior
and available paddle shifters. The new Focus, on sale from the second half
of 2014, also marks the European debut of SYNC 2, Ford's advanced in-car
connectivity system, as well as the new 1.5-litre EcoBoost petrol and TDCi diesel engines.
"We weren't satisfied with being No. 1; we wanted to blow people away with
a stunning new version of the Focus," said Stephen Odell, president of Ford
of Europe, Middle East and Africa. "New Focus marries modern design,
advanced technology and leading fuel efficiency with the fun-to-drive DNA
for which Focus is rightly acclaimed."
Ford first launched the Focus in 1998 and since then more than 12 million
have been sold worldwide, including 6.9 million in Europe. The current
Focus was confirmed last month as the world's best-selling vehicle
nameplate based on Ford's analysis of the Polk registration data for the
first nine months of 2013. Ford estimates Focus sales globally reached 1.1
million in 2013, including more than 300,000 in China, making it the
best-selling passenger car in the fastest-growing new car market in the
Ford has crafted a more sophisticated and advanced Focus with a redesign
that reflects the One Ford global design language that carries through the
new Mondeo and Fiesta.
Available in additional new exterior colours Deep Impact Blue and Glace
Blue, the new Focus has a lower, wider stance, with a new bonnet, front
fascia and grille. The bonnet is sculpted with a dynamic shape from the
front pillar to the corners of the upper part of the inverted trapezoid
grille to deliver a strong, proud look.
Slimmer, more chiselled front headlamps and more rectangular, elongated
fog-lamps add to the bolder front end. Subtle chrome details add to the
feeling of elegance while the rear of the car also is sleeker with a new
fascia and tailgate arrangement, as well as thinner tail lamps.
"The vision was to add more emotion to the design of Focus," said Martin
Smith, executive design director, Ford of Europe. "The new Focus is more
toned, and more athletic, with more refined surface language; and clearly
offers a promise of the drive experience to come."
When redesigning the interior of the new Focus, Ford listened to consumer
feedback and responded with a more intuitive layout, complemented by a
steering wheel and central stack with fewer controls and switches. The new
black satin trim and chrome detailing contribute to a cleaner, more modern
look, and more logical and intuitive functions.
The new centre storage console offers more space as well as a new sliding,
integrated armrest. The new adjustable console accommodates a variety of
bottles and cups with the capacity to simultaneously hold a 1-litre water
bottle and a 0.4-litre cup. New Focus customers also will enjoy a quieter
ride, achieved by thicker carpets, thicker side window glass, and improved
engine bay insulation.
"We've responded to a clear customer desire for more simplicity inside the
car, creating a clearer visual connection between the key components and
significantly reducing the number of buttons in the cabin," Smith added.
Touch screen control with SYNC 2
The new Focus will be the first vehicle in Europe to offer SYNC 2. Ford's
advanced in-car connectivity system features a high-resolution, 8-inch
colour touch screen and advanced voice control for easier access to audio,
navigation, climate control and compatible mobile phones.
SYNC 2's navigation system also offers for the first time in Europe a
split-screen display with detailed intersections, spoken street names, 3D
highway junction and landmark views, and the MICHELIN guide and MICHELIN
Green Guide. SYNC 2 enables drivers to issue simpler "one-shot" navigation
destinations, and to ask the system to "play" a desired artist. Simply
pushing the voice control button and saying "I'm hungry" will bring up a
list of local restaurants, which you can then get directions to.
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2012 FORD SYNC Test
Ford Focus ST - Kunden werden ab 2012 die ersten in Europa sein, die sich
zur weltweiten SYNC-Markteinführung von der mehrfach ausgezeichneten
Sprachsteuerung und den Konnektivitäts- und Unterhaltungsfähigkeiten des
Systems überzeugen können.