Satellite navigation now standard on Ford Falcon and Territory.
Every new Ford Falcon and Territory will soon come with satellite navigation as a standard feature, but at a cost to buyers.
With the two Australian-built models set to be phased out, Ford today confirmed that from April 1 production this year all Falcon and Territory vehicles will boast the handy navigation feature.
Previously an option on entry-level models, the sat-nav system includes Ford’s SYNC2 connectivity system, but comes with a $500 price premium.
David Katic is the General Manager of Marketing at Ford Australia; he says the addition of satellite navigation makes the Falcon FG X and Territory MkII range that little bit more enticing.
“With sat-nav now available across the Falcon sedan and ute, as well as Territory ranges, from April 1 production we are aiming to make our customers’ lives more convenient.”
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