2009 Ford Flex Long Term Road Test


2009 Ford Flex Limited: Ford's Finest?

December 22, 2008

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I see a lot of politicians on TV lately. They say stuff like 'American cars aren't competitive.' I don't know, I've been driving this Flex for a few days now and I can't really see anything that's so bad about it. I'd rather have this than a minivan or even a truck based SUV. The interior is well finished, the car is attractive plus the new nav and audio system is easily class leading.

I'd rather have a Flex than an R-Class, Pacifica, Tahoe, Sienna, Murano and even a Range Rover. Not sure I'd get black though - color aside, this is really a very good family wagon. I could probably name 6 or 7 other American cars that are good enough to put in my garage - the Flex is just one of them.

Brian Moody, Senior Automotive Editor @ 13,122 miles

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The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2009 Ford Flex in NJ is:

$226 per month*
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