Early indications are that Ford Motor Co.’s in-vehicle multi-media system, Sync, is helping drive consumers back to the brand, as the auto maker posts a small 0.6% increase in November deliveries vs. year-ago to 177,759 units. Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles equipped with Sync, developed in partnership with Microsoft Corp., have a higher turn rate than those that don’t include the system, Ford analyst George Pipas says. On the new Focus, “non-Sync equipped models (have an) overall ...

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