Ford Flex Has It All

I was in love with my Ford Flex Limited as soon as I test drove it. The ride and handling was so smooth. I needed to be able to fit seven mormal size adults in a vehicle so that they would be comfortable and the Flex DOES IT. My Flex has AWD which is a first for me, I am used to 4WD but when I drove it in the first snow and ice storm it stucked to the road like glue. In front of me were several Chevy 4WD that were slipping and sliding out of their lane. I was also sold on the Flex 4 star safety rating that was for all around protection. On Aug.24th our Flex was hit on the left side by an other vehicle that was between 50 and 55 miles per hour. I and my son were both on the left side and his friend was on the right side. The Flex kept all of us safe and all of us had no injuries. The Flex has been repaired BUT I CAN NOT GIVE IT ENOUGH PRAISE. The Flex has all that you can want in a vehicle.

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I have a 2009 Flex without the telescoping steering wheel [unfortunately, didn't seem to be an option then].  I find that my left leg gets cramped because of the wheel housing and the power seat track is too limited to allow my legs to stretch out fully. With the telescoping steering wheel now available, it may be that the track has been extended.  If not, it should be.  There is room for the proverbial 800 lb. gorilla in the second row. I'd like to see the telescoping steering wheel and extended track as an option on all Ford vehicles.  While second row space in nice, most often it is unused. My youngest son, at 6'3" gave up on finding a comfortable Ford car and didn't want to buy a truck.  Ended up with an Audi that allowed him to stretch is long frame fully.  I wasn't thrilled with that.
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