We admit, part of the fun in exploring your community is getting lost. There is no better way to discover a new restaurant, shop, or even uncharted trails. But sometimes, time is of the essence. You are meeting someone, somewhere new. Maybe you are finally getting out of town, but not quite sure how to get to your destination. This will never be an issue with the new Ford technology. When you drive the all-new Ford Bronco or the upcoming 2021 Ford F-150, you get the assurance of the Telenav® Ford Navigation system.

This advanced navigation technology is the newest addition to Ford's spectacular SYNC 4 infotainment system. It keeps you on track on your journey by connecting to your smartphone's maps app, even when you get out of cellular range. This means the Telenav® system is ideal when you want to take your new Ford Bronco off-road and off the beaten path or towing with your 2021 Ford F-150.

The new system is quicker and provides real-time location results when you rely on it for turn-by-turn directions. It allows you to save and customize your routes. Even if the road isn't paved, Telenav can make sure you find the surest way around your environment. A systems guide notifies you if you are approaching conditions that aren't suitable for your trailers, like low overpasses, narrow bridges, or treacherous curves. These are functions you weren't able to use on the navigations system for the SYNC 3 system.

Even if you do plan on sticking to the city streets of Elkhart, the Telenav® system will give you the peace-of-mind you need when you want to arrive at your destination promptly. Real-time traffic alerts help guide you around the city detours. Find the closest parking structure or five-star restaurant in your vicinity. Take advantage of reliable voice activation, and keep your focus on the road. Ford Telenav® is the most high-tech way to arrive at your destination. And you can find it in the 2021 Ford F-150 and 2021 Ford Bronco at Zeigler Ford of Elkhart. It is just another reason to love the new generation of Ford models.

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