Ford Flex Car Shipping

Ford Flex InteriorThe Ford Flex is currently the Ford Motor Company’s only full-size crossover SUV. Ford decided they wanted to bring back the Fairlane (from days of yore), redesign it and repackage it, but they ended up scrapping the name and going with the Ford Flex – why, we don’t know, but regardless the Flex was born from the ashes of the Fairlane project. Currently the Flex is sold in four separate models, each with a host of available options: the SE, the SEL, the Limited and the Titanium. They increase in price starting with the SE and ending with the Titanium, but each one features cooler things and better features than its smaller cousin.¬†Ford Flex Car Shipping is easy to arrange.

 

The SE comes in at $29,469 and is the least expensive Flex model Ford offers. However, it comes with a reverse sensing system, roll stability control, 17/24 mpg (this is actually standard on all four models), seats seven, has 262 horsepower and 248 ft-lbs of torque, and can do a lot of cool stuff. It’s on the pricier end of their cars for a reason. The SEL, which comes in at $32,100, features ambient interior lighting, the voice-activated Sync platform and other features not present on the SE, hence the higher price. The Limited is capable of 350 ft-lbs of torque and a more powerful 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine than the SE and SEL, which it actually shares with the Titanium. Both models feature heavier-duty tow packages than the SE and SEL, designed more as workhorse SUV’s than commuter ones. The Limited comes in at 35,765, while the Titanium comes in at $38,260.

 

The Flex can be a bear to find auto transport for, especially the larger models. This is due mainly to its length, as its longer than most other vehicles in the same class. The smaller models, such as the SE and SEL, shouldn’t be a major problem, and it has¬†been out for a few years now, meaning most pricing options have been set in terms of auto transport costs and the like. Most auto shipping companies will make sure which particular model you’re looking to ship, and if there has been any custom modification (such as it being lifted, extended, lowered, things of that nature) you should always tell your car shipping representative about it. Regardless, you may want to watch out for special fees dealing with its size and weight – each auto transport company has different pricing methods, so your best bet on that particular front is to do your homework and scout around for different companies.

 

Whether you’re shipping an SE or a Titanium (or an original Fairlane!), AutomobileShippingQuotes.com can help. Simply fill out our free online auto shipping quote request form and you’ll receive ten free quotes from auto transporters who know the ins and outs of shipping any type of vehicle, including a Ford Flex. You can also call our toll-free number and speak to one of our live agents who can help you with filling out the quote form, answer questions you may have, give free advice for your auto transport needs and much more. So give us a call, or fill out our free online quote request form, and see what we can do for you.

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