2015 Ford Flex
50,824 Miles | Doral, FL
$15,497
Est $223/mo

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2011 Ford Flex
131,464 Miles | Highlands Ranch, CO
$12,888
Est $186/mo

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2013 Ford Flex
97,293 Miles | Lakewood, CO
$15,191
Est $219/mo

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2010 Ford Flex
147,437 Miles | Shelby, NC
$8,760
Est $126/mo

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2014 Ford Flex
88,503 Miles | Tacoma, WA
$14,989
Est $216/mo

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2016 Ford Flex
86,590 Miles | Rochester, NY
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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2011 Ford Flex
117,406 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$13,998
Est $202/mo

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2018 Ford Flex
30,698 Miles | Littleton, CO
$22,998
Est $331/mo

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2018 Ford Flex
33,210 Miles | Albuquerque, NM
$23,998
Est $346/mo

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2018 Ford Flex
36,459 Miles | Colorado Springs, CO
$25,998
Est $375/mo

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2015 Ford Flex
63,656 Miles | Bristol, TN
$20,998
Est $303/mo

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2018 Ford Flex
33,141 Miles | Warner Robins, GA
$22,998
Est $331/mo

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2014 Ford Flex
66,791 Miles | Gainesville, FL
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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2018 Ford Flex
46,270 Miles | Lexington, KY
$21,998
Est $317/mo

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2019 Ford Flex
27,638 Miles | Fort Myers, FL
$24,998
Est $360/mo

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2016 Ford Flex
31,192 Miles | Bloomington, IL
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2018 Ford Flex
33,272 Miles | Sanford, FL
$22,998
Est $331/mo

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2013 Ford Flex
112,801 Miles | Torrance, CA
$13,998
Est $202/mo

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2018 Ford Flex
19,761 Miles | Charleston, SC
$27,998
Est $404/mo

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2014 Ford Flex
78,879 Miles | Escondido, CA
$16,998
Est $245/mo

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Ford Flex Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
25 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
4.1
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.8
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0

Ford Flex Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2013 Ford Flex - Love my Flex

sac
Levittown, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
When I went to the car dealership, I had full intentions of buying another SUV, Maybe it was nostalgia for the station wagons I grew up with, but my eyes were immediately drawn to the flex. I'm six feet tall so I loved the roominess and comfort of the driving seat, better yet I have two teen age boys who cannot sit next to each other without fighting and the flex had a third row of seats. Love the fact that the two back rows can go down, for those times you need to carry stuff home from home Depot. The flex is very easy getting in and out of. It's not to low to the ground so its comparable to a full size car with entering and exiting. My short and elderly family members love the fact they don't have to climb up to get in and out. If a bunch of us are going out we can fit 8 people in th... (more)
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What a great car to take to the beach for the day, Can throw all the chairs and umbrellas into the back with no problem and the best thing is on the way home when everyone tired and grumpy enough room to spread out.
Pros
Great car for transporting the kids, carrying sports equipment or road trips. Plenty of room for the kids and luggage.
Cons
If the kids role the windows down in second seat, makes an awful sound in the car.

2013 Ford Flex - Very happy with it!

Robin
Tucson, Arizona
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I did quite a bit of research on this vehicle before I ever set foot on a car lot. I looked at everything from the safety ratings to the general maintenance. I knew this was what I wanted. It has great safety ratings, which is important to me because I'm driving my 1 year old daughter around in it. It is stylish, sleek, different from other vehicles on the market, good fuel economy, comfortable seats, quiet and smooth ride and tons of room! The general maintenance is pretty easy and affordable. We have already taken it on several road trips and it is very comfortable. Plus we had room for bags for 4 people, a stroller, toys, and tons of presents on the way back! I love the air vents in each row of seats. I can have it cool up front and I can have it warmer in the back for my daughter. ... (more)
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I loaded up my daughter, my husband and a family friend and took our first road trip to California for my daughter's birthday. It was very memorable!
Pros
Comfortable seats, radio controls on the steering wheel, tons of room, easy to drive, decent fuel economy for its size.
Cons
Tire sensors (they are a pain more than help)

2009 Ford Flex - Very comfortable and spacious.

Diana
Lansing, Michigan
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
The Ford Flex is very roomy -- there is seating for 6 adults with the 3rd-row seating. The LTD version I have has an easy-to-navigate row between the chairs in the 2nd row, making it very easy to get to the 3rd row. You don't have to put seats up to get to the rear of the vehicle. All of the rear seats lay flat to give you a lot of cargo room. It sits on a F250 frame so imagine an F250 bed with a top on it. There are plenty of creature comforts as well. The remote start and seat warmers on the front 4 seats are very nice in cold temperatures. Having the vehicle started and the A/C blowing in hot summers is a plus as well. The touchscreen is large and easy to read. You won't be distracted from the road trying to see where you next turn is. A trick some don't realize is that map updates ... (more)
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My girlfriend, her kids, and I loaded the Flex up with gear to spend a day at the lake fishing. We had more than enough room for chairs, coolers, tackle, rods, etc. We had a fun day catching fish and weren't crammed on the trip to or from the lake.
Pros
Comfort, automatic rear lift gate, 6 passenger captain chair seating, large console screen, and large cargo area.
Cons
Reduced mpg due to size, and the long body makes it difficult to parallel park for some people.

Ford Flex Generations

The Ford Flex is a three-row, five-door large crossover that shares a platform with the current Ford Explorer SUV and the discontinued Ford Freestyle and Taurus X crossovers.

It's available in front-wheel-drive or optional all-wheel-drive and it comes with either a V6 engine or an optional twin-turbo V6 engine.

Ford has sold only one generation of the Flex, though it was updated for the 2013 model year. The Flex will be discontinued in 2020.

2009 - 2019 (First Generation)

Unveiled initially at the New York International Auto Show in 2007, the Ford Flex sought to be a 7-passenger vehicle for the entire family without falling into the minivan category.

When it hit the market in 2009, it was introduced with three trim levels - the base SE model, the SEL and the Limited trims. Choices were offered between six or seven-passenger seating options and Ford offered roof colors in either body-color, black, or white or cream.

For the 2011 and 2012 models, Ford also sold a Titanium edition, which added to the Limited certain exterior and interior trim pieces.

The original engine was a 3.5-liter V-6, paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. It made 262 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque.
All-wheel-drive is optional on the SEL and Limited trim levels; front-wheel-drive is standard on all trims.

The engine was designed for fuel economy, while the Flex's intelligent, all-wheel-drive system improved driving capability in all weather conditions. This system could also anticipate wheel skids and slips before they occurred.The crossover was rated to tow up to 4,000 pounds.

The Flex combined a striking design with spaciousness; inside was a blend of functionality, textures and features.

The base SE model included tweed-like fabric for seats with miniature houndstooth inserts. The SEL model had bolsters with a more pronounced grain.The Flex Limited model had leather seat inserts with diamond-patterned perforations.

Options on the Flex included a class-exclusive refrigerator between the second-row chairs, removable and adjustable footrests in the middle seats, a one-touch system to fold and tumble the second row and a seven-color, programmable ambient lighting system which could be controlled from the dashboard based on your mood.

The vehicle was also available with Sync, Ford's hands-free, voice-activated infotainment system. Climate control integration and SIRIUS satellite radio were also packed into a neat eight-inch, touchscreen display.

Also part of its safety suite was a backup camera, the AdvanceTrac stability control system and Ford's Personal Safety System which included driver and front passenger airbags, side airbags, safety belts and seat weight sensing systems. The vehicle's side curtain airbags protected passengers' heads during crashes, while its BeltMinder feature, safety locks, tire pressure monitoring and trunk latch systems enhanced safety.

2013 update:

Ford updated the Flex significantly for the 2013 model year though it remained within the same generation of vehicle.

The basic exterior shape and design remained the same but Ford updated the styling of the front and rear to make it more sleek and upscale. Replacing its three-bar grille is a single-bar grille, while the headlights embrace the vehicle's natural curves to give the Flex a more muscular look. Contrary to the first generation that didn't bear Ford's oval blue emblem, this generation reads "F-L-E-X" above the grille with the Ford emblem at the bottom right corner.

Inside, this version retained its three rows of seats while reducing seating capacity to six. The Flex keeps with its earlier-generation trims (SE, SEL and Limited) while upgrading interior options such as dual-zone automatic climate control, an enhanced Sync system, heated front seats, a power liftgate and an upgraded sound system with HD radio. Depending on the trim, you also get an automated parallel parking system, a heated steering wheel, 10-way power driver's seat and adaptive cruise control.

The dashboard was also updated and a new three-spoke steering wheel was added. Ford offers optional packages such as the appearance package for the Flex. Included in this package are black-painted 20-inch wheels and black trim.

The base 3.5-liter V6 was upgraded to 287 horsepower and 254 pound-feet of torque. This was also when Ford added an optional engine choice: a 3.5 liter, twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V-6 engine paired with a six-speed automatic. It made 365 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque and was only available on the high-end Limited trim.

Towing capacity is higher in the second generation with 4,500 pounds with up to 100 percent torque transference capacity to the front or rear axle with the Flex's all-wheel-drive system.

The Flex includes larger front brake rotors to shorten stopping distances and improve brake feel. Also available is an advanced rear-seat inflatable seat belt restraint system to reduce neck and head injury in case of an accident. Collision warning and blind spot monitoring help reduce the chances of accidents, while the Ford Flex's Curve Control technology applies brakes if curves are taken too quickly.

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