Does a 2014 Ford Focus have Bluetooth?

I’m shopping around for a used commuter car. It doesn’t need anything fancy, but I do want Bluetooth. Does a 2014 Ford Focus have Bluetooth? That’s right in my price range and it looks like it’ll be fine for my commute.

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Matt Terzi · Answered on Jan 19, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
We get it! And yes, the 2014 Ford Focus does indeed have Bluetooth, on most trims anyway.
The 2014 Ford Focus had Bluetooth as optional with the S trim, but it came standard on all other trims. So if you’re looking at a used 2014 Ford Focus S, you’ll want to see what options it was initially ordered with.
Connecting to the Bluetooth in a 2014 Ford Focus is pretty straightforward:
  • Make sure Bluetooth is enabled on your phone
  • Press the phone button on the dash
  • The car’s center screen will ask if you want to pair a device. Click OK
  • Find the car in your list of Bluetooth devices. It’ll come up in the device list as “SYNC”
  • The car will give you a pin to enter on your phone. Simply type in that pin and the car will connect
Some Android phones will simply ask you to verify the connection with SYNC rather than you needing to type in pin numbers. This can be a little confusing—the car is giving you a code, but the phone isn’t prompting you for one. If this happens, just confirm the connection on your phone and you’ll be good to go.
You may want to read up on some of the common problems with Fords and take a look at our list of seven things to look for when buying a used car, too. We hope this information helps and that you enjoy your commute in your new-to-you Ford Focus!
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