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Ford's free-spirit Flex lives up to its loose name

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Posted 16 April 2013 - 07:59 AM

Ford's free-spirit Flex lives up to its loose name


Dallas Morning News / Terry Box


And let's hope that Ford continues to make room for the Flex, an oddly beguiling vehicle that somehow manages to combine elements from boxy old station wagons, Range Rovers and Minis, and stirs the design mix pretty gracefully.


Here's an interesting statistic about the Flex: No other Ford vehicle is stronger at attracting buyers who never considered owning a Ford, and no Ford model has a higher buyer-retention rate.


The medium-blue Flex I had recently had a silver Mini-style top and nothing on the outside to suggest that I was driving a cult cruiser.

Square as a Midwestern CPA, my front-wheel-drive Flex sported a long, flat hood that looked like something stamped in one of Range Rover's factories.

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Posted 17 April 2013 - 11:26 AM

The Flex is the love it or hate it of all vehicles. People either Love the look of it, or hate it. Very rarely do you hear an inbetween, it's OK, but comment.   However, those who dont like the looks, that once they get in it and drive it, they are like, Wow, this is nice. 

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Posted 10 May 2013 - 05:28 AM

I would agree, I had a Freestyle before the Flex and when I first saw the Flex I thought it looked like an unfinished pinewood derby car, but as it got time to get a replacement for the 'Style it grew on me.

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