2019 Ford® Flex Full-Size SUV | Spacious Comfort Features | Ford.ca

2019 Flex


Passengers in Ford Flex enjoying the Multipanel Vista Roof

Comfortable. Even Before You’re Seated.

The Flex accommodates up to seven passengers across three rows. Comfort is a feature that begins even before you get seated. With available features such as the one-touch PowerFold®  third-row seat, heated steering wheel, heated/cooled front seats, Multipanel Vista Roof® (shown), It’s easy to see why the Ford Flex is such a great SUV for family travel or business commuting.

Spacious Seven-Passenger Seating

The standard seven-passenger seating includes first-row bucket seats, a second-row 60/40 split bench seat, and a 50/50 split bench third-row seat. But the Flex is much more than a comfortable people mover. It can also be a versatile cargo hauler when it’s called upon to be: Fold flat both rear seats and you have up to 83.2 cu. ft. of storage capacity.
Standard seating for up to seven passengers in 2019 Ford Flex

Available PowerFold® Third-Row Seat

At the touch of a button, the available PowerFold® third-row seat can be folded for a flat load floor and additional cargo room. In the upright position, it comfortably seats two passengers. Available on the Limited.
Deck chair being loaded into cargo area of 2019 Ford Flex with PowerFold Third Row Seat lowered
Six passenger seating in 2019 Ford Flex with second row bucket seats

Available Second-Row Buckets Seats with Pass-Through

Configure your Flex seating to fit your lifestyle. Flex offers a six-passenger seating option featuring power-assisted, fold-flat 40/40 bucket seats in the second row. These seats have a pass-through feature for convenience access to the third row.

Ergonomic Instruments and Controls

Configuring controls where they can be easily reached. Designing instruments so they can be easily read, day or night. This is the science of ergonomics that designers applied meticulously to the instrument panel of the Ford Flex, to make life on the road as easy and comfortable as possible for the most important occupant — the driver.