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Last Updated: June 21, 2019

Extremely Low Sales: The Ford Flex is the slowest selling midsize SUV on the market so far this year. The Flex likely loses a lot of prospective buyers to its sibling, the Ford Explorer, which dominates the segment and is outselling the Flex more than 11 to 1. In addition, Flex sales have fallen 20.8% this year relative to the same period in 2018.

Competitive Pricing: A base model Flex starts at $30,575, which is about average for the class. On the other hand, a fully-loaded model costs $4,350 less than the segment average for top trims.

Time to Buy: The Ford Flex is due to be discontinued soon. This, coupled with low demand, means you can likely negotiate a good deal. For a lower price, but fewer seats, consider the Flex's stablemate, the Ford Edge. It starts about $600 below the Flex and was named the winner of our 2019 Best 2-Row SUV for Families award. This month's Ford deals page has all the best finance and lease offers to help you save on either option.

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