Ford’s latest-generation SYNC3 infotainment system with navigation makes its debut in the Ranger XLT and Wildtrak models, and in the Everest XLT and Limited models.
The system will include all the features of the SYNC3 system introduced last year, but it now comes with the added, integrated navigation functions accessible via the 8-inch touch screen and a by voice command.
Another improvement is that an electronically operated rear differential lock – that enhances rear-wheel traction on uneven terrain – is now included as standard on the Everest 4×2 models, as well as on all Ranger XL, XLS, XLT and Wildtrak derivatives.
The Ranger XLT and Wildtrak also now come with rear camera and park distance control (PDC) as a standard, while the XLS models will just benefit from the PDC.
A spare wheel lock is now standard factory fitment and all Everest models will gain ISOFIX child seat mounting points for the outer middle-row seats.