The Ford Flex is widely regarded by automotive experts and driving enthusiasts alike to be the leading full-size crossover vehicle on the market today. The Ford Flex combines many of the attributes that make every new Ford vehicle a leader in its class, including cutting-edge features, thrilling performance, advanced safety, and upscale refinement. In other words, if you’re in the market for a full-size crossover SUV, the 2013 Ford Flex should be at the top of your list. Here are a few reasons why:
Because the 2013 Ford Flex is built around a car-like platform, you will be able to feel a big difference when you’re in command of the wheel. Despite its size, the Flex is agile through turns and provides steering response that borders on telepathic. And with the available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive system, the Flex an even greater amount of control and feel, especially while driving in bad weather.
Peppy Engine Choices
It’s obvious by looking at the engine choices available for the Flex that Ford engineers placed driving excitement on the top list of priorities when designing this vehicle. The standard engine is a 285-horsepower V6 that comes equipped with a six-speed automatic and nets 25 mpg on the highway. For more power, opt for the turbocharged EcoBoost V6 that serves up 355 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque while still achieving an impressive EPA-estimated 23 mpg highway.
Refined, Spacious Interior
If you need three rows of seats that offer comfortable seating for seven passengers, the Ford Flex is the vehicle for you. For improved legroom in the cabin, opt for the heated second-row captain’s chairs. Although this option will decrease seating to six passengers, it will increase cabin comfort by allowing you to slide the seats forward to offer more legroom to the third row.
To take a spin in the 2013 Ford Flex crossover today, come to Bill Marsh Ford of Newtown, just outside of Philadelphia. Visit our website to view our inventory of new and used Ford vehicles with EcoBoost, and call us at (215) 968-3806 for more information.