16/23  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
6.2  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
7
Seats
83.2  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For The 2019 Ford Flex?

The 2019 model year doesn't bring any substantial cosmetic changes to the seven-passenger Ford Flex. The majority of the upgrades are internal, with some great technical additions and some new electronic offerings. Ford describes the changes as "light tweaks," which generally means the company is happy with what they have now and see no reason to change just for the sake of change.


2019 Ford Flex Interior

Which Features Do Each Trim Include?

The Ford Flex comes in a number of trim packages. The base SE package comes with 17-inch aluminum wheels, deep-tinted glass, heated side mirrors, SYNC Communications & Entertainment System with a 4.2-inch LCD screen, remote keyless entry, power rear windows, rear parking system, and backup camera.

The SEL package also comes with 18-inch aluminum wheels, a SiriusXM radio package, three LCD monitors in the front, mobile hotspot internet access, two USB charging ports, remote cargo door release, ten-way power driver's seat and rear parking sensors.

Upgrades in the Limited Four-Wheel Drive trim package include a metal-look grill, high-performance lighting package, a 12-speaker Sony audio system, proximity open for doors and remote start, upgraded interior leather trim, Voice-Activated Touchscreen Navigation System, seats with leatherette backing material and BLIS Blind Spot Sensor. There is also an all-wheel-drive version of the Limited trim package with the same standard features.

The Limited EcoBoost All-Wheel Drive trim package includes a 60-40 Folding Split-Bench Front Facing Manual leather rear seat, valet function, garage door transmitter, Perforated Leather-Trimmed front bucket seats, simulated wood trim instrument panel, front and rear map lights, seat and pedal memory settings, delayed accessory power, outside temperature gauge, along with heated driver and passenger seats.

How Does the 2019 Flex Feel on the Road?

2019 Ford Flex Front GrilleWhile the Ford Flex comes with six different trim packages, all of them share the same engine, a 3.5 L/213 model that comes with an automatic transmission with overdrive. The EPA estimates the vehicle should get 16 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway. The base SE trim package along with the SEL and Limited versions come with front-wheel drive while the SEL, Limited and Limited EcoBoost come with all-wheel drive.

Safety Through The City and on the Highway

2019 Ford Flex NavigationThe Ford Flex has a number of safety features, most notably a forward collision warning with brake support, which senses a possible upcoming collision and engages the brakes automatically to assist with stopping the vehicle. It also has a cross-traffic alert, which issues a warning if a vehicle is in your blind spot or approaching from the side when you back up.

If you have teenage drivers, you'll also appreciate the My Key feature, which limits the top speed and disables the stereo until the seat belt system is engaged. For more information, stop by Town East Ford in Mesquite and test drive your next car today!


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