It's like driving your living room couch down the freeway. Exceptionally comfortable for the driver and front passenger, as well as limousine-style space for the middle row passengers. The stowable two seats in the rear are comfortable, but do require some acrobatics to get to. Aside from trips to the grocery store, the Flex truly excels on long freeway trips. The suspension is sufficiently responsive, while giving a smooth-as-silk ride. Even with the middle seats up, there is a large amount of storage space. With the middle seats (easily) lowered, you get a level storage area that seems endless. Enough for a daughter's entire dorm room (without the mattress). I know. Predictable. Reliable. Utilitarian. Luxuriantly comfortable. The downside: This is not a great inner city car. It's long and it's wide. It drives like a limo because it has the wheelbase of a limo. Finding a parking spot may be difficult. Maneuvering in tight traffic is not it's forte. And, of course, this is no sports car. No sports car is "the perfect road trip machine."Read more reviews at Cars.com
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Tax, title, license (unless itemized above) are extra. Not available with special finance, lease and some other offers.