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The Ford Flex is Ford's full-size crossover offering, putting it ahead of the Edge in both size and price. It comes with a standard 3.5 liter V6 with a 252 horsepower. A twin-turbocharged 3.5 liter producing 355 horsepower is optional. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic. As a full-size crossover, the Flex has three rows of seats where seven adults have enough space to sit comfortably. Overall, the interior is especially roomy and well isolated from wind noise.

To increase versatility, the second and third-row seats fold flat into the floor. As an optional feature, Ford offers a mini-refrigerator located between the second-row seats. The Flex has a base price of $28,500 and a full loaded Limited model will run at $42,000.

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