2019 Ford Flex vs 2019 Chevy Traverse
Crossover SUVs are today’s most popular vehicle platform in the country but don’t tell that to the Ford Flex. Technically, the uniquely-shaped Flex is classified as a wagon, but it has most, if not all of the attributes at its disposal to take on the best and most popular crossover SUV models on the market. To illustrate this point, consider a comparison between the 2019 Ford Flex vs. 2019 Chevy Traverse. Both vehicles are fairly closely matched on several fronts including performance, available technology and passenger capacity. Even though the 2019 Flex could easily be confused for a crossover SUV, it is arguably more maneuverable compared to bulkier vehicles like the 2019 Traverse – which could make finding parking spots a bit easier for Flex owners.
Customers can make sure they are among the first to have this one-of-a-kind vehicle in their driveway today when they start the pre-ordering process with a Marshal Mize Ford product expert by calling, 423-875-2023.
|2019 Ford Flex||VS||2019 Chevy Equinox|
|3.5-L, V-6||Engine||3.6-L, V-6|
|Six-speed automatic||Transmission||Nine-speed automatic|
|Yes||Aval. Turbo. V-6||No|
Features and Performance Specs
No vehicle can be successful in the modern automotive industry without being well-equipped with the latest connectivity technology. For the 2019 Ford Flex, this means offering the automaker’s innovative infotainment system across a bulk of the lineup. Drivers and passengers who are normally glued to their smartphones while their on-foot will be able to connect those devices to the 2019 Flex and use many of their favorite applications. Contact Marshal Mize Ford today to see a live demonstration of the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto suites in action. The 2019 Traverse also offers a similar system, but independent reviews have pointed out there were issues getting large song catalogs to upload.
Both vehicles offer a V-6 engine as the base powerplant, with both producing pretty competitive levels of performance. However, of the two, only the 2019 Ford Flex offers an option that will add a turbocharged power plant that will offer a boost in performance over the standard powertrain, but it won’t come at an exorbitant cost to fuel economy scores.