2018 Ford Flex Standard and Available Safety Features
When people think about the new Ford Flex, their minds inevitably go to its wholly unique style. And while that is a huge selling point for many people, there’s a lot more to the 2018 Ford Flex than just its unmatched look. In fact, the new Ford Flex is also one of the safest SUVs on the market today thanks to a comprehensive suite of advanced new safety features and driver assistance systems. With that in mind, let’s find out all we can about the standard and available safety features of the 2018 Ford Flex.
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The list of standard safety features for the new Ford Flex at Brandon Ford in Tampa, FL, is a long one, so let’s get right down to it. The list of standard safety features for the 2018 Ford Flex includes a battery management system, a cabin air filter, electric power-assisted steering, the MyKey system, privacy glass for the second row, third row and liftgate, a reverse sensing system, AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control, a full complement of air bags, an illuminated entry system, a perimeter alarm, a Personal Safety System, a rear view camera, a remote keyless entry system, a SecuriCode invisible keypad, a SecuriLock Passive Anti-Theft system, an SOS Post-Crash Alert system and a tire pressure monitoring system.
What Safety Features are Available for the 2018 Ford Flex
If you’d like to be even safer while riding around in your 2018 Ford Flex, then you’re going to want some of these available safety features. The list of available safety features includes adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning with brake support and a blind spot information system with cross-traffic alert.