It's hard not to fall in love at first sight with the retro-styled, tech-filled 2015 Ford Flex. You'll be turning heads all over Laguna Beach, Aliso Viejo, Mission Viejo, and San Clemente when you’re tooling up the streets in this stylish performer. We'd love to show you how our sales team performs at Capistrano Ford in San Juan Capistrano, CA, by inviting you into our showroom and letting us treat you like royalty. We'll grab the keys to the 2015 Ford Flex that's got your heart pumping, toss out our low price, and sign the papers within the hour!
Let's takes a peek at how the 2015 Ford Flex flexes its muscles against the Toyota Highlander.
We're guessing that you probably have a family if you're looking for a 7-passenger crossover, and we'll also assume you're going to want to save for college. You'll be able to do it much easier when you choose a 2015 Ford Flex over the Toyota Highlander. With its starting MSRP of $29,100 vs. the Highlander's heftier $29,665 MSRP, you'll keep $565 in your kid's college fund instead of tossing it away on a car -- and that's before we discount the Flex even further at Capistrano Ford! Plus, the Flex includes a reverse sensing system for safety, Ford MyKey, and a power driver's seat that you won't get on the base Highlander (nor anything comparable), so the 2015 Ford Flex is a real winner!
Since you'll probably be transporting your brood all over Orange County from school to soccer games to dance lessons, you want to make sure you have a strong powertrain to get you around town. You won't be disappointed in the 2015 Ford Flex, which offers two engines -- a 3.5L V6 with 287 horses and a 3.5L EcoBoost V6 (available only on the Limited) which pumps out a whopping 365 horses of power, and also comes standard with AWD. Both are mated to a 6-speed automatic, with the Limited adding paddle shifters for more enjoyment. By contrast, the Highlander also offers two engines - a 2.7L 4-cylinder with 185 horses and a 3.5L V6 with 270 gallopers.(there's also a Hybrid available, but this is a gas-powered comparison.) AWD is optional on all models, and both engines pair with a 6-speed automatic as well. But clearly, with all the horsepower afforded you in the 2015 Ford Flex, the Highlander is no match!
A 7-passenger SUV should have ample room for all passengers, not just feel like the 3rd row has been jimmied in to give you more occupancy. You won't feel that in a 2015 Ford Flex, which provides 38.7 inches of headroom and 33.3 inches of legroom, while you can barely squeeze into the Highlander's 3rd row with only 35.9 inches of headroom and a cramped 27.7 inches of legroom. 'Nuff said!View Inventory