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This is the really cool stuff

This is the point of no return. Once you drive a car with these features, you’ll never want to drive without them again.cool stuff-1Cool-stuff-2

This is the really cool stuff

This is the point of no return. Once you drive a car with these features, you’ll never want to drive without them again.cool stuff-1Cool-stuff-2

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You talk. SYNC III ® listens.

 

You’ve got to love a car that lets you use your Bluetooth® phone and still keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. Call friends by saying their names. Play your music, your way. Plug in your iPod® or stream music wirelessly on your phone. Just tell SYNC® and everything’s under control and totally hands-free.

You talk. SYNC III ® listens.

You’ve got to love a car that lets you use your Bluetooth® phone and still keep your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. Call friends by saying their names. Play your music, your way. Plug in your iPod® or stream music wirelessly on your phone. Just tell SYNC® and everything’s under control and totally hands-free.

Keyless entry and push button start


As long as your key fob is in your pocket or bag, your Fiesta automatically unlocks when you pull the door handle. Then simply put your foot on the brake, press the start button and drive away.Keyless entry and push button start

Keyless entry and push button start


As long as your key fob is in your pocket or bag, your Fiesta automatically unlocks when you pull the door handle. Then simply put your foot on the brake, press the start button and drive away.Keyless entry and push button start

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Auto Headlights & Rain-sensing Wipers


There are enough decisions in life. So here are a few you no longer have to think about. Rain-sensing WipersKeyless entry and push button start turn-on automatically and adjust their speed for heavy or light rain. Auto HeadlightsKeyless entry and push button start also turn-on as soon as they sense there’s not enough light so you can see what’s ahead.

Auto Headlights & Rain-sensing Wipers


There are enough decisions in life. So here are a few you no longer have to think about. Rain-sensing WipersKeyless entry and push button start turn-on automatically and adjust their speed for heavy or light rain. Auto HeadlightsKeyless entry and push button start also turn-on as soon as they sense there’s not enough light so you can see what’s ahead.

Power-assisted steering that responds to every situation


Electric power-assisted steering (EPAS) automatically adjusts to your speed and the conditions. At low speeds, the system makes wheel turns feel lighter and easier, improving manoeuvrability. At high speeds, when you need greater control, it firms up the steering. Now with drift control, EPAS also takes into account crosswinds and other driving conditions, while active nibble control reduces any unwanted vibration in the steering wheel.

Power-assisted steering that responds to every situation

Electric power-assisted steering (EPAS) automatically adjusts to your speed and the conditions. At low speeds, the system makes wheel turns feel lighter and easier, improving manoeuvrability. At high speeds, when you need greater control, it firms up the steering. Now with drift control, EPAS also takes into account crosswinds and other driving conditions, while active nibble control reduces any unwanted vibration in the steering wheel.

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Extra control during hill starts


Hill Start Assist temporarily stops you rolling backwards (or forwards) when making a hill start. The system works by maintaining pressure to the braking system for an extra 2.5 seconds, giving you more time and control as you move your foot from brake pedal to accelerator. It’s also useful when you’re stopping and starting on slippery surfaces.

Extra control during hill starts

Hill Start Assist temporarily stops you rolling backwards (or forwards) when making a hill start. The system works by maintaining pressure to the braking system for an extra 2.5 seconds, giving you more time and control as you move your foot from brake pedal to accelerator. It’s also useful when you’re stopping and starting on slippery surfaces.

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