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Had now 3 months...tested Mercedes E350, BMW 5, Lexus ES350, GS350, LS....then went back to Hyundai for the Genesis. Its head and shoulders over the rest...and the price is amazinging low for the luxury.... Best warranty in the business.
I have owned this car for a month, and with only 2 gasoline fill ups, so far, the mpg is right on at 26 city, haven't tested hwy, yet. I love the easy shifting manual 6-speed. The car runs and drives smooth, quiet, and clean. Seats and interior are very comfortable and roomy. My 2011 Versa Hatchback came with manual locks and windows, so I don't expect issues, there. The car is super cute, feels substantial, not cheap. It's all I expected, and more. I'm thrilled with my purchase.
A car all people need to check out! Great luxury car. I have the sport package with upgraded wheel pkg, Nav, BLIS (Blind Spot Information System), and Sync. There are so many nice things that LIncoln offers that Lexus, M-B, BMW, & Infiniti don't. This is my second one. I had a 2008 before this and the 2011 is top of the line. No complaints.
I was not even looking for a crossover when I test drove the Flex. I was originally wanting to purchase a Grand Caravan when the Flex completely changed my mind. The comfort and quiteness of the ride is exceptional. The standard features rival many other vehicles that cost much more. For a base model you will not want for more. My options included Roof Rails, Sync, Second Row Club Seats, and Tow Package. It list at 32k and I was able to purchase it for 24k. Synch is a wonderful feature.
I've owned my 2009 Chevy Avalanche for ~6 months and have thoroughly enjoyed driving this truck. The ride height is great and the ride is very smooth. The four-wheel drive has worked well in the limited snow / slush we've had, didn't slide around at all. Good acceleration and power. A bit thirsty, but not much more so than was my Montero Sport.
Had it for one week+ and love it. Great style (specially the front), cockpit look and feel to the driver's side, convertible is great, hugs the road, excellent acceleration (normal and sport modes .. the sport mode is unbelievable), lots of fun and useful gadgets, not worried about Saab's bankruptcy. Love it!
We purchased this vehicle due to the unique features that it presented at the time. It was the only manufacture that had perfected the sto-and-go back bench seat that could be manipulated by a short light weight woman. This was of major concern as I had a Dodge Caravan at the time with kids and if I left town my wife could not remove and replace the back seat by herself. The large engine with great gas millage for the time could not be beat and has proven itself again and again through the years. The interior cloth seats have held up great and look as good today as when new. Although we do not drive this van as often as it once was due to changes in family age it is a van we will keep until it dies, which will not be for 10 to 20 years. All new van manufactures have come a long way in copying this vans grace and ease of use. It was and still is miles ahead of the competition. On a side bar we do not care for the moving of the stick shift from the steering wheel to the counsel in all ne