Ford Motor Co. beginning this fall will offer Sync, its in-car communication and entertainment system, as standard equipment on Lincoln vehicles and as a $395 option on most Ford and Mercury models. Sync also will be standard on high-series Ford and Mercury models, such as the Ford Edge Limited and Focus SES, Ford says, noting within two years the system will be available on nearly all Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles. Developed in collaboration with Microsoft Corp., Sync allows users ...

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