Ford Flex

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2018 Ford Flex

Aside from a minor exterior color change ("Blue" is added, "Blue Jeans" is gone), the Ford Flex carries over mostly unchanged for 2018. Filed under notable recent improvement, however, is the updated Sync 3 infotainment system that's compatible with phones running Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

2017 Ford Flex

For 2017, the Ford Flex no longer offers optional heated, 2nd-row captain’s chairs with a refrigerator in the center console. The unique but unpopular option has been discontinued. Otherwise the Flex is essentially unchanged from last year’s model.

About Ford Flex

Part SUV, part station wagon, part minivan, the 2018 Ford Flex could truly be called a “crossover” SUV. And to get the inventible pun out of the way early, it really is flexible. This 3-row utility vehicle can be configured to seat six or seven passengers, and even those in the last row enjoy decent room. As with potential rivals such as the Honda Pilot, Toyota Highlander and its own sibling the Explorer, the Flex has plenty of amenities to keep families occupied and comfortable, and is available with all-wheel drive to better contend with inclement weather. What really separates the Flex is its design. Boxy and lower-riding than other SUVs, it has laudable room inside while making its own statement outside.

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