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2009 Ford Flex
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I have a 2009 Ford Flex. Over the past 4 years, the car has lurched or "stuck" about 5 or 6 times. I'll be driving along and all of the sudden the whole car will stop, like someone had jus...

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"2009 Ford Flex SEL w/ AWD. Silver with two tone white top, convienience package, lighting package, tow package, Sync, Roof rails, Rear DVD system. $36200 minus $4500 in rebates.$31700. Not bad! ...

the 6 speed tranny and the 3.5 liter motor. The Flex replaced the Freestyle, however it is the same D3 platform. The new Explorer also rides on a stretched version of the D3. Take a look at the ...

I was quoted $499 per month, after TTL, for 39 months/10500 miles per year on a 2009 Flex SEL with Sync, white roof, and rubber mats. Zero down (I'm guessing the first month's payment and security de...

Also, the sales numbers are miserable, only around 3000 per month, which is hard to understand for a car with everything going for it. It could just be the "wagon" look doesn't sell to many....

Then comes December 2010, the check engine lamp has been staying on again--no hesitation at all. I bring it in to Ford, they find that a "flex connector" at one end of a long section of elab...

We first started to look at the Flex because it fit the bill. I had never heard of it or really never saw one on the road before our first trip to the dealer (a dealer I never intended to buy from fo...

•The 2010 Ford Fusion is expected to bring customers $687 more than the 2010 Toyota Camry after 36 months in service; the residual value of the 2010 Ford Flex commands an $1,800 premium over ...

a seven-passenger crossover with the Ford Flex, a great vehicle that is both safe and stylish....

I own a 2009 flex which I bought as a salvage vehicle. It was hit very hard and I worked on it for a year, which I mention because I have had no issues with that. The car gets mostly round about town ...
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