Parallel parking too mentally taxing? Try Ford’s Active Park Assist
Lexus was first to offer an automated parking system, launched for 2007 on its fourth-generation LS flagship. Although it generated a lot of hype, the system was quite clunky to use, requiring much input from the driver to work properly and only operating at speeds approaching a crawl.
Our experience with that car contributed to a collective yawn in the C/D bunker when Ford announced its “active park assist” in 2009. Then we …
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