2012 Ford Flex SEL – Crossover Vehicle
The 2012 Ford Flex SEL is a crossover vehicle with an instantly recognizable style. It offers the space of a mid-size SUV but with better fuel economy and a quirky design for buyers looking for something that’s not only practical, but also unique. Those who have driven the 2012 Ford Flex SEL praise its spaciousness. Adults can comfortably sit even in the third row fold-flat bench seat, and there’s plenty of room for groceries, sporting equipment, small pieces of furniture, and more. The 2012 Ford Flex SEL comes standard with Ford’s SYNC In-Car Connectivity System, which allows drivers and passengers to control their MP3 players and Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones with voice activation. SYNC also calls 911 in the event of an accident where the airbags were deployed, adding an extra layer of safety for Flex owners.
- Wonderfully spacious second and third row.
- Great standard features, such as SYNC, Sirius Satellite Radio, and more.
- High quality interior.
- Boxy, quirky design won’t appeal to all buyers.
- While many of the best features are standard, many are not, and adding them can get pricey.
- Doesn’t offer the spaciousness of a van or a large SUV.
What is the fuel economy/gas mileage?
17 city/24 highway MPG
How many passengers does it accommodate?
The 2012 Ford Flex SEL can accommodate up to seven passengers – two in the front, three in the middle bench seat, and two in the third row of seating.
Does it have any eco-friendly features?
No, it does not offer any eco-friendly features.
Does it have bucket seats?
The driver’s and passenger’s seats are bucket seats, but the second and third row of seats are bench seats.
Is it suitable for off-road use?
No. The Flex is most suited for on-road adventures.