The 2011 Ford Flex Limited SUV from El Paso: Impressive from Base to Premium Versions

The 2011 Ford Flex was dubbed to be one of the best-riding crossovers out in the market when it first came out. Couple that impressive speed with very comfortable  bucket seats, and it makes for an overall pleasant riding and driving experience.

Here are some of the basic things you need to know about it in case you are seriously considering one as your next vehicle purchase.

Engine Specs

At the base level is a 3.5-liter V-6 engine, cranking up 262-horsepower, and paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. You do have the option to get the all-wheel drive, too, should that be your preference. Meanwhile, fuel efficiency is rated at 17 mpg for city and 24 mpg for highway.

Riding Comfort

The efficiency of the engine is complemented by the comfortable feel inside the cabin, having enough room for as many as seven people, and sufficient storage to boot. An obvious advantage of this vehicle is that it’s really generous with space, even with the legroom and headroom in the second row. The front row occupants won’t be complaining, too, with the space they’re getting.

As for the third row, it’s still convenient enough to fit two more adults without feeling cramped with all the cargo stored at the back.

Classy Finish

Comfort aside, it’s all too easy to fall in love with the interior of the 2013 Ford Flex, too, with its  faux-wood trim on the door panels, and high quality metallic bands, plastic, and leather materials all tastefully combined together.

As for the 2013 Ford Flex Limited SUV edition, you can expect even more impressive features, such as turbocharged engines, all-wheel drive, all-leather interior, and even a panoramic sunroof. You can check out all these details and more just as soon as you visit a Ford dealership in El Paso.


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