Does a 2012 Ford Focus have Bluetooth?

I’m currently in the market for a used vehicle, and I found a 2012 Ford Focus from a private seller with a lot of promise. My only concern is, with a car almost 10 years old, it might not have the basic technology I’m used to. Does the 2012 Ford Focus have Bluetooth?

Kathryn Mae Kurlychek · Answered on Dec 16, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Yes, the 2012 Ford Focus features Bluetooth capabilities in every trim from the base S model to the top-tier Titanium trim. In fact, Bluetooth connectivity became a standard feature in Ford Focuses starting in 2011—before that, it was only available as an optional upgrade.
While built-in Bluetooth was made with hands-free calling in mind, it can also be used to stream music from your phone without a wired connection (although there’s also an auxiliary port underneath the front center console).
The 2012 Ford Focus was redesigned with enhanced tech in mind, and other standard and optional technology in the 2012 Ford Focus include:
  • Rearview camera
  • Automated parking assist
  • Ford hands-free SYNC system
  • Eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system and voice-commanded MyFord Touch system
  • HD radio
  • Four-speaker sound system with CD player or optional 10-speaker Sony sound system
If you’re looking for a car packed with modern amenities, you may not find all the features you want in an older Ford—but for its time, the 2012 Focus was impressively advanced, and comes equipped with the basic tech you need to enjoy your daily drive.
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