Ford Motor Co. will offer a new navigation system on a variety of products in the ’06 model year, including the Chicago-built Ford Freestyle cross/utility vehicle and Ford Five Hundred and Mercury Montego sedans, Ward’s has learned. Ford confirms the navigation system will be installed in six new domestic Ford products in ’06, including the entry-luxury Lincoln Zephyr sedan, and the Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer SUVs. Ford says the Pioneer Corp. system breaks new ground by incorporating ...

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