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2009-2012 Ford Flex Review | Consumer Reports


The Ford Flex combines the traits of an SUV, wagon, and minivan. The roomy, quiet Flex is a great family highway cruiser. Learn more about the Ford Flex and other family vehicles on our website: http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/cars/new-cars/index.htm?EXTKEY=I93YT01&CMP=OTC-YUTBE

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  1. yup, a clunky hearse. Get one with a black body, and you'll really throw people off! last year's model had a great cameo on the Late Late Show, though!

  2. Dear America, have fun parking that behemoth! Bigger does NOT = better.
    Now seriously who the fuck requires such a big car for personal non business use?

  3. @cortinamatt

    The Caprice is also significantly slower and less safe, handles far more poorly, offers far fewer creature comforts, and emits literally exponentially more pollutants. According to the EPA's revised numbers, it gets roughly the same economy real-world.

    Progress? Quite blatantly obvious, I'd say.

    Nice try though.

  4. you can get a station wagon, but that's too Brady bunch. You can get a minivan, but that's too soccer-mom. Or you can get an SUV, but everyone else in your neighborhood has one. Or you can get something different. THE FORD FLEX

  5. @sauge1000 you can type in at the google search ford flex click on the third link click build and price and you can build your own and have all features you want like a fridge etc… hope this helped

  6. I do believe the SE and SEL are standard with a rear backup sensor last I checked.

  7. Commentary: The horizontal grooves on its side and rear panels are meant to evoke a woodie from the 1930s and 40s.

  8. I used to think that It looked like a hearse until I saw its luxury cousin the Lincoln MKT

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