All models get an 8.0in touchscreen with a DAB radio, voice control and Bluetooth, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring. Ford calls the infotainment system Sync 3 and it's fitted to the majority of its cars. A built-in sat-nav costs extra on entry-level Zetec trim but is standard on Titanium trim and upwards.
The screen is reasonably bright but shows up fingerprints, particularly when the sun is shining. The layout of the menus could also be more intuitive, while some of the icons are rather small and tricky to hit while driving.
The voice control is activated by pushing a button on the steering wheel and is mostly effective, allowing you to select an artist from your USB-connected MP3 player or phone, make calls, select destinations or even change the climate control. Two USB connections come as standard, so charging your family’s phones shouldn’t be a problem.