2011 Ford Flex Values

Select a 2011 Ford Flex trim level

2011 model year changes

The big news for the 2011 Ford Flex is the addition of a new trim level, called Titanium. It takes over as the new range topping model, adding blackout treatment for headlights and taillights, black chrome grille, moldings and trim, polished aluminum 20-inch wheels, Charcoal black leather seats with Alcantara suede inserts, and four special exterior colors: Red Candy, White Platinum, Tuxedo Black and Ingot Silver with black roof.

Competitive comparison

New powerful, efficient EcoBoost engine; three rows of seating; distinctive, aggressive styling

Special features for 2011

The Ford Flex is a crossover vehicle that actually has enough space for seven grownups and their gear -- and a 4500-lb towing capacity. Available all-wheel drive makes it a capable sport truck, though not a full-blown off-roader. The wide stance and aggressive 3-bar grille give the Flex a street-smart presence as well. It's a well-rounded crossover that starts just under $30,000.


The 2011 Ford Flex continues with minor changes for this year receiving new powertrain options for 2010. Available with a 3.5-liter 262 hp V6 in FWD or AWD or optional 3.5-liter 355 hp Twin-Turbo EcoBoost V6 with AWD, both are linked to a 6-speed automatic transmission with paddle shift controls and achieve up to 17/24 mpg city/hwy. The 7-passenger family hauler features optional leather seating, rear seat DVD entertainment, automatic park assist, Ford's Sync system, and a blind spot information system. The Flex can be equipped to tow up to 4500 lbs and is becoming a viable alternative to larger SUVs. With upgraded powertrains, ever present comfort and utility, the Ford Flex competes well in the crowded crossover utility segment.