Hey so I'm interested in a new SUV or similar vehicle, I'm looking at the Ford Flex because is still compact... any helpful information? I've been living overseas for a while so I'm not up to speed with car news or updates. I'm starting my research. Thank you in advance. :)

Asked by Apr 10, 2017 at 02:53 PM about the Ford Flex

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Ford Flex...pro's and Cons....as follows Pros The cabin is spacious and versatile, with genuine three-row space Ride quality is smooth and reassuring Plenty of easy-to use high-tech features Visibility is as good as it gets for a vehicle of its size Excellent turbocharged engine option has power to spare. Cons Third-row seat is limited to two passengers The standard second-row bench doesn't slide


Of course the Flex isn't alone in this class, and it's challenged by some very strong rivals. Mazda's CX-9 has been completely redesigned and promises the same driver engagement that made its predecessor so praiseworthy, plus a much-improved interior. The Toyota Highlander also gets high marks for its all-around goodness and an available hybrid model. The roomy GMC Acadia is another solid pick among high-capacity crossovers, though it hasn't aged as gracefully as the Ford. Whatever you decide to call it, the 2016 Ford Flex is worth a look if you need an excellent hauler of people and goods.

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