Charlotte Review 2019 Ford Ranger 2019 Ford Flex
Charlotte Review 2019 Ford Ranger 2019 Ford Flex

2019 Ford Flex Colors, Release Date, Redesign, Price

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The Ford Flex is sort of the oddball of the
Ford family but a very useful and well thought out oddball. The Flex is a cross between a mini-van and
an SUV. While you get the comfort, passenger space,
and cargo capacity of a mini-van you are not stuck with the stigma or performance of a
mini-van. The Flex shares its D4 platform with the Explorer
so basically what you get is a fully capable SUV in the Flex. Let’s take a closer look and see what the
Ford Flex is all about! The first thing you notice about the Flex
is the unique styling that is unlike anything else on the road. The Flex features clean lines and a low profile
stance with a large cabin area that screams comfort. For added style the appearance package available
on the SEL and Limited models features blacked out exterior elements such as the wheels and
grille. The interior style is just as unique with
a multipanel vista roof that provides light to all three rows. When you open the doors to the Flex you are
greeted with seating for up to 7 people and with the seats folded down up to 83.2 cubic
feet of cargo space. The power lift gate features an easy open
button on both the key fob and from the inside of the cabin for ease of access. Speaking of ease of access the intelligent
access with push button start allows you to easily enter your flex and start it without
the need for eve taking the key out of your pocket. Just place your hand on the handle to open
and put your foot and the brake and push the start button to fire the ignition. The Flex may have been around for a while
but it does not lack on the latest and greatest technology. For convenience the Flex offers available
power fold seat technology. With just a push of the button you and convert
the third row to a flat load floor. Active park assist will help you easily park
your flex by scanning for a reasonable spot, and taking control of the wheel to place you
safely in the spot with just a little input from you on the brakes. BLIS with cross traffic alert will warn you
of those passing in your blind spot and when backing out of a parking space. The reverse camera system with backup gird
will help you see what’s behind you while backing up and features a line of sight guide
if you are hooking up to a trailer. Adaptive cruise control allows you to set
a distance to the vehicle traveling in front of you and will slow down and even stop depending
on the traffic flow. In conjunction forward collision warning also
uses these sensors to predict potential collisions and will warn you via audible warnings and
a flashing red bar on the windshield. The Flex is available with intelligent all-wheel
drive and also features roll stability control to keep you planted through corners. The Sync 3 infotainment system with
Sirius XM radio, traffic and travel link, navigation and apple car play and android
auto. To keep your devices charged there are available USB and auxiliary connections throughout the cabin. Powering the Flex is a base 3.5L V6 but the
premiere engine is the 3.5L EcoBoost that provides 365 horsepower and 350 foot pounds
of torque.

The Flex is a great vehicle to consider when
looking for a new SUV and if it’s good enough for the Dads Will Farrell and Mark Wahlberg
then it’s defiantly good enough for you! Please visit our website or come in person for a
test drive at Richmond Ford Lincoln where we are driven by you! Don’t forget to like comment and
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