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Must-know advice before you buy, by John Diether:
  • 2018 Flex now available; 2017s still on hand
  • $3,000 rebate on 2017s; $2,000 on 2018s
  • Lease a 2017 from $229 for 36 months
  • 0% APR for up to 60 months + $1,000 bonus
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How to Choose: Options, Packages & Styles

Buyers haven’t been rushing toward the Ford Flex, which almost seems to qualify as a modern-day cult vehicle. Owners love it, most reviewers at least like it, and yet sales have been slow from the... Read more »

Expert Review: Our Take

Some buyers consider it a large wagon, while others see it as just another crossover. Regardless of where it falls in buyers’ eyes, the Ford Flex has tons to offer, like ample performance, a roomy... Read more »

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Introduced in 2009, the Ford Flex gives families almost everything they could want— the utility of an SUV, the space of a minivan, and the maneuverability of a wagon—in a single, stylish vehicle. It has been praised for its refined ride and high build quality.

Although Flex sales have been strong in markets like California, the crossover hasn’t been a smashing success for Ford—if you think you want one, now might be the time to get it.

2009 - 2018 Ford Flex
3/4 Front Glamour 2018 Ford Flex Major changes included:

In 2009, Ford launched the all-new Flex wagon crossover with a standard 3.5-liter V6 engine that produced 262 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque. It came in either a front-wheel or all-wheel drive setup and made use of a six-speed automatic transmission. In 2010, Ford introduced the 3.5-liter turbocharged EcoBoost engine to the Flex lineup, making 355 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque an available option. The 2013 model came with a refreshed style that included a new front fascia to keep the aging Flex modern looking.

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