What technology options are available on the 2018 Ford Flex?
You’ve probably heard the old cliché, that someone older had to walk to school uphill both ways through three feet of snow. This principle can be applied to new vehicles. In recent years the automotive industry has fully embraced technology features. When you’re looking for a new vehicle, you’ll have plenty of special features and new options to choose from, especially if you choose the 2018 Ford Flex. The technology features available in the 2018 Ford Flex can help make your life easier. Using the standard Ford MyKey® system, which you can program to limit the vehicle’s top speed and keep a cap on the audio system, so it isn’t being played too loud. You can also mute the music until the seat belts are buckled, and receive alerts when the vehicle reaches speeds of 45, 55, or 65 mph. [Related: 2017 Ford SUV Fuel Economy]
Ford SYNC® System
The Ford SYNC® system is standard on all trim levels of the 2018 Ford Flex. With Ford SYNC®, you’re able to make a call without having to play around with your phone. You can also stream music and use your voice to search for artists and songs. On the higher trim levels, you get the updated SYNC® 3, which adds a color touch-screen and Apple integration, along with all of the features on Ford SYNC®. The responsiveness of the voice commands is also upgraded, with high-speed performance to get you the information you need quickly.
Advanced Safety Technology
While being connected is important, one of the most crucial aspects of a new vehicle is the safety features. The 2018 Ford Flex has plenty of options when it comes to advanced safety features, like the available blind spot information system with cross traffic alert, which uses radar to identify obstacles behind you that you may not notice while you’re changing lanes. Other available safety features include active park assist and adaptive cruise control. You can get behind the wheel and test out some of these features for yourself by contacting Sanders Ford to schedule a test drive. You can also learn more about new 2018 Ford models by visiting the dealership’s blog, where you’ll be able to find information on the 2018 Ford Flex.