Ford Flex Models and Flex History

Immediately distinguished by unusually boxy exterior appearance, the Ford Flex debuted in 2009 as a seven-passenger crossover vehicle. Serving as more than a simple model name, Flex conveys the vehicles devotion for flexibility. Offered with front-wheel and all-wheel drivetrains, the 2009 Ford Flexs interior can configured in a variety manners. With all third rows of seating in use for seven occupants, the Ford Flex accommodates up to 20 cubic feet of cargo capacity. When the back two rows of seating are folded down, interior cargo capacity grows to 83.2 cubic feet. A six-seat interior option was also offered on the Flex equipped with a second-row center console.

 

Available in SE, SEL and Limited trim levels, the 2009 Ford Flex came equipped with standard four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock braking system, keyless entry, cruise control and air conditioning. For 2009, the Ford Flex was exclusively powered by a 3.5-liter V-6 engine developing a respectable 262 horsepower mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. In 2010, the Flex became available with a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 EcoBoost engine that pumped out 355 horsepower. A Titanium trim level was added to the 2011 Ford Flex featuring the inclusion of 20-inch aluminum wheels, Ford SYNC with navigation system, backup camera and Sony sound system. For 2013, all vehicles in the model line-up featured a front end that omitted the customary Ford Blue Oval.

 

With the Flex name is also spelled above the grille work, no markings on the front of the crossover identify it specifically as a Ford. Engines for the Flex were also enhanced for 2013 with the naturally aspirated V-6 receiving 282 horsepower while the EcoBoost V-6 generated 365 horsepower. For 2015, new two-tone color schemes are available and heated mirrors are standard.

New and Used Flex Prices, Ford Flex Model Years and History

The elegantly designed Flex by Ford borrows the best features and styles from wagons and SUVs and merges them together effortlessly in this crossover.
The 2017 Ford Flex is a large crossover/wagon that can seat either six or seven passengers and is available in SE, SEL and Limited trim levels.
The large-sized Ford Flex wagon is back with lots of options and plenty of room for the whole family.
The popular Ford Flex wagon/SUV crossover seats up to seven and can tow over 4,000 pounds when properly equipped.
A uniquely styled crossover, the 2014 Ford Flex sports premium features, interior seating for seven, and a highly functional interior.
A full-size crossover with seating for seven, the 2013 Ford Flex provides the utility of a mini-van with the styling of a SUV.
Presenting two well-powered six-cylinder engines and an all-wheel drive option, the 2012 Ford Flex continues to represent the utility even while given a car-like appearance.
The 2011 Ford Flex continues to be a competitive family hauler with new powertrain options and enhanced interior features.
The 2010 Ford Flex manages to take the best parts of a wagon and a crossover, and combine them into a vehicle which has stand-out style yet is still very functional.
On the scene as a brand-new full-size crossover wagon, the 2009 Ford Flex can carry up to seven passengers in style with a comfortable, high-quality interior and a generous array of amenities.