Ford finally stops selling crossover FlexOctober 29, 2019
According to representatives of the American brand, the full-size Ford Flex crossover will no longer be available for purchase. Now, the company announces discounts on the remaining stock of the car – the maximum discount is $ 5,000
For the first time, a full-size Ford Flex crossover appeared on the automotive market back in 2008 and is currently one of the company’s oldest cars sold in the United States. Now there is information that the automaker’s leadership decided to completely abandon this model. Since the start of mass production of the American square crossover, dealers of the brand have sold a little more than 296,000 copies of the model.
Since the decision to cease sales of the Ford Flex model was made, the company is doing everything to sell the available stocks of this full-size SUV.
Naturally, we are talking about discounts, and big discounts. Currently, buying this crossover can get a discount of up to $ 5,000
It is worth noting that when the Flex crossover just appeared on sale, it was the first SUV of the brand, under the hood of which was a 3.5-liter V-shaped turbo engine with a capacity of 355 horsepower (475 Nm). As a transmission, a six-speed automatic transmission was proposed.
Today, this car can also be bought with a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V6 engine with 287 hp. (344 Nm). Both power plants are connected to a six-speed automatic transmission. Buyers can choose between front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. Inside there are three rows of seats to accommodate six or seven people, depending on the desire of the client. The list of options includes adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring and a panoramic sunroof.
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