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> 2013 ford Flex: details and specs



Flex Style: In a world where style is often a copied commodity, the Flex stands out in a big way. Linear lines all around create a shape that is clean and simple, yet strong and bold, upright and upscale. This is innovative design, bold and contemporary, distinctively different from the wide liftgate to the sculpted new front end with bold lettering on the hood that spells FLEX. Learn More >>


Flex Comfort: When you have a vehicle that's this comfortable and versatile, you know you're in a Flex. Accommodate seven people (or six if equipped with the available 2nd-row 40/40 bucket seats). But there are times when you need to convert easily from people moving to cargo hauling. That's when Flex shows its great versatility, by letting you fold just the 3rd-row seats for some extra space – or the 2nd- and 3rd-row seats to take advantage of the maximum 83.2 cu. ft. of cargo space available. Learn More >>


Flex Technology: Technology in Flex helps you in a variety of ways when you're out on the road. Take, for example, SYNC® with MyFord (SE) and MyFord Touch® (SEL and Limited) that take interacting with communications, entertainment and other systems to a greater level of operating ease. Available active park assist, available on Flex Limited, takes the dread out of parallel parking. You’ll also find features such the convenient rear view camera, available on SEL and standard on Limited, as well as rain-sensing wipers that come on the luxurious Flex Limited. Ford technology. Making life easier. Learn More >>


Flex Smart: Ford designers create features that do more than just make sense. They use advanced technology to make them smart. Conventional cruise control makes sense. But offering adaptive cruise control that can detect when traffic ahead is slowing down and automatically slows you down, then later resumes your set speed – that's smart. And that’s not all. Available BLIS® with cross-traffic alert uses sensors to detect a vehicle traveling in your blind spot or crossing behind you when you’re slowly backing up. There are also available inflatable 2nd-row safety belts that help reduce the risk of injury while providing support to the head and neck. These and other smart technologies — now available on the 2013 Flex. Learn More >>

> 2013 ford Flex: Trim level options

There are many choices when it comes to the Ford Flex.
Which Flex will you take home?

Starting MSRP Trim Level
$30,885* Flex SE
$33,225* Flex SEL
$39,230* Flex Limited

* For Cash Purchase

Learn more about trim levels

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