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Ford Ranger and Everest now with added spec


Ford South Africa has introduced a series of mild spec updates to its Everest and Ranger ranges, with the biggest inclusion being satellite navigation as part of the existing SYNC 3 system.

Announced last month, the system still boasts an eight-touch touchscreen display, but now features an embedded navigation option, clearer icons, real-world voice commands, gesture control and the maps for 20 African countries. Initially only available on Ranger XLT and Wildtrack models, as well as Everest XLT and Limited variants, the system also gains Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Tracks4Africa.

In addition, a factory diff-lock is now standard on all two-wheel drive Everest and Ranger models, bar workhorse versions of the latter, while a reverse camera with parking sensors and a spare wheel lock are standard on all Ranger XLS derivatives. Rounding the changes off, second-row ISOFIX mounting points are now provided across the Everest range.

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Posted by: Gerhard
Submitted: 19-08-2017
I am driving a Ford Ranger XLT 2017 model and would like to know if the navigation system should be available with the SYNC 3 software
Posted by: Admin replied to Gerhard
Submitted: 21-08-2017
Go to a ford and click on the contact a dealer tab. they can assist with tech details.