Does a 2011 Ford Fusion have Bluetooth?

I’m looking for a decent used car that still doesn’t feel too outdated when it comes to tech. Does a 2011 Ford Fusion have Bluetooth?

Melanie Mergen · Answered on Jan 12, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Yes—the 2011 Ford Fusion came standard with Bluetooth!
It’s worth noting, however, that the primary purpose of Bluetooth here is to make phone calls hands-free. While this can be a helpful tool for avoiding distracted driving, it wouldn’t be used for streaming music or other audio from your phone.
For that, you’d need Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, which weren’t available on the Ford Fusion until the 2015 model year and became standard on all Fords starting with the 2017 model year.
If playing audio wirelessly from your 2010 Ford Fusion is a non-negotiable for you, you could easily add the capability with an aftermarket Bluetooth adapter.
To pair a Bluetooth device to your Ford Fusion, here are the general steps involved:
  • With your vehicle on and in park, from the SYNC infotainment system, press “phone,” then “add phone.”
  • From the Bluetooth settings on your phone or other devices, find and select your vehicle to pair with, verify the displayed PINs match each other, then confirm the message on the infotainment screen.
From here, you’ll have additional options to import your contacts if you prefer to do so. That’s basically all there is to it!
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