The Ford Flex was first introduced in 2009 as a full-size crossover SUV. The car shares the same drivetrains as the Ford Taurus X and Freestyle but used an updated platform. The car is similar to that of a MINI and has grooves in the door and tailgate. The Flex was first shown at the 2007 New York International Auto Show. The purpose of introducing the Flex was to bring a 7-passenger family vehicle to the market that wasn’t a minivan. When it was first introduced in 2009, the vehicle was launched with three different trim levels. These included the SE base model, a mid-level SEL, and top-trim limited. You could get the Flex in six or seven passenger configurations. Starting in the 2013 model year, the Flex received a major update to the body. The roofline and doors remained the same, but the front and rear of the vehicle looked vastly different. Changes included replacing the Ford emblem with “F-L-E-X” above the grille. The 2019 model is the final model year for the vehicle.
When you have to make repairs to your Ford Flex or want to add accessories, you want the components you use to be high quality and to last a long time. Aftermarket parts might be cheaper upfront, but they aren’t going to give you the guarantee that OEM parts do. Only OEM components are built with your exact make and model in mind. We sell a range of genuine Ford Flex parts here at Search Ford Parts, from floor mats to suspension components and beyond. Shop today.