One of the lesser known mid-sized SUVs is the Ford Flex. It tends to be overlooked by many consumers due to the box like shape of the body. Yet it offers plenty of power and a great deal of space. It has one of the largest cargo areas of any SUV in this class. It also has a generous amount of legroom through the cabin. The vehicle offers 3 rows of seating.
This is often considered a very practical family vehicle. The Ford Flex is an option for those that want the room, but don’t want to own a minivan. The standard engine is a V6 but there is the option of upgrading to a V6 with turbo charge. It does well on fuel too with about 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.
The vehicle is quiet and it handles very smoothly. It is easy to navigate around corners and to maneuver into tight spaces such as for parking. The interior has plenty of upgrades features that come standard with the Ford Flex.
Some of the options include a sunroof, built in navigation system, and rear seat entertainment system. It also has high marks for overall safety. A backup camera feature is optional.