Part SUV, part wagon, part minivan, what distinguishes the 2019 Ford Flex from 3-row SUV rivals like the Honda Pilot and the Ford Explorer is its one-of-a-kind design. Boldly boxy, lower-riding than SUVs (for tidier handling), with interior space that’s both generous and versatile, the Flex makes a credible claim to be a true crossover.
New Features and Revisions
That earlier mention of regular vehicle updates, or the lack thereof, applies here. The 2019 Flex comes into its latest model year with no significant changes. And we were pretty unimpressed that last year’s model dropped the rear-seat entertainment system option. Styling-wise, the Flex hasn’t changed since its 2009 debut.
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