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Spied: Ford to keep, not kill, Flex crossover!


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Posted 27 April 2011 - 07:19 AM

Spied: Ford to keep, not kill, Flex crossover!

Left Lane News: Andrew Ganz

After Ford expanded its crossover lineup late last year with a softer, more car-like version of its Explorer, even company insiders suggested that something had to give. That something, it was generally assumed, would have to be the fairly slow-selling Ford Flex. But as our spies have recently discovered, the Flex will live at least a little longer.

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Introduced in 2008 as a 2009 model, the Flex was Ford’s first attempt at a three-row crossover based on a passenger car chassis. Riding on the same updated Volvo S80 architecture that also underpins the Ford Taurus and Ford Explorer (but not the current Volvo S80, which uses an all new structure), the Flex is more like a large wagon than a high-seating crossover.
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