Ford Flex dimensions
Latest model: Ford Flex Wagon (2012)
Length: 201.8 (in) = 5125 (mm)
Width: 75.9 (in) = 1927 (mm)
Height: 68 (in) = 1727 (mm)
Compare Ford Flex dimensions to: Honda Pilot, Chevrolet Traverse, Ford Explorer, Honda Odyssey
Ford Flex details:
The 2012 Ford Flex has the room, the versatility, the features and the driving dynamics to make it a top choice among big family crossovers. However, the very thing that makes it extra attractive to some (styling) may drive others away. Ford Flex Wagon offers the following pros: Roomy and versatile cab with genuine three-row space; refined ride; impressive security scores; innovative features; turbocharged motor option; original look-and-feel. Ford Flex Wagon drawbacks are: Traditional second-row seat doesn't slide; less maximum trunk room than some rivals; Ecoboost models get very pricey.
The 2012 Ford Flex is a big crossover/wagon available in six- or seven-passenger configurations. There are four versions: SE, SEL, Limited and Titanium.
The base SE comes traditional with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, foglights, back privacy glass, back parking sensors, cruise control, air-conditioning, a six-way performance driver bench (manual recline), front bench manual lumbar adjustment, a leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, a 60/40 split second-row bench (with power-flip portion for simple access to the third row) and a six-speaker audio system with a CD player and optional stereo slot.
The SEL adds 18-inch wheels, heated mirrors, dual-zone automatic conditioning, heated front seatings, an eight-way performance driver bench (with performance lumbar), a six-way performance front passenger bench, radio and the Sync system, which contains Bluetooth phone connectivity, an Ipod/usb stereo interface, turn-by-turn navigation service and traffic reports.
The Limited adds 19-inch polished alloy wheels, xenon headlights, LED taillights, a performance tailgate (with a big satin aluminum trim piece), driver memory functions, power-adjustable pedals, perforated leather upholstery (third row vinyl), a wood-trimmed helm, a rearview camera, a navigator, real-time traffic upgrades and a 12-speaker Sony audio system with a CD/DVD player, HD radio and digital audio cargo. Most of these items are auxillary on the SEL. The Titanium is essentially a special trim suite that adds 20-inch wheels, various look and dashboard trim, and faux-suede upholstery inserts.
Auxillary on each trim level are roof side rails, sliding and reclining second row captain's chairs and a control panel to go between those captain's chairs. All but the base SE can be equipped with a multipanel back sunroof (vista Roof) and a back bench DVD entertainment system with diplays built into the front headrests. The Limited and Titanium can be equipped with a refrigerated compartment in the auxillary second-row control panel, a power-folding third row and heated second row captain's chairs. The Ecoboost models can also be equipped with an automatic parking system. .