The Ford Mondeo, S-Max and Galaxy are now available with digital audio broadcasting (DAB) radio and USB ports to plug in a flash drive 'memory stick' or an audio source such as an iPod.
With DAB radio and USB connectivity, Ford's large cars join the Focus, C-MAX and Kuga ranges which introduced the features earlier this year.
Mondeo, S-Max and Galaxy now come with DAB as standard on Ghia, Titanium, Titanium X and Titanium X Sport trims. On other specs DAB radio is an option.
Markus Pazina, Ford navigation and connectivity engineer, said: “Our latest DAB systems and connectivity options provide Ford customers with digital sound quality from a broad choice of media. We have paid special attention to making the systems simple to operate, so that drivers can access the music they want safely and with a minimum of fuss.”
The Ford Mondeo, S-Max and Galaxy – along the new Ford Fiesta on sale this month – also come with a USB port.Apple iPod and other digital music players can be linked by a special connector, which enables full control of the iPod’s functions using the car’ stereo controls.
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