For 2014, the Ford Flex continues on with its unique two-box styling, which was just updated last year. With a solid set of features and availability of two 3.5L engines – normally aspirated and
turbocharged – the Flex continues to be one of our top picks for a tall wagon providing a vast amount of cargo space and versatility in seating options.
The Flex is available with a 3.5-litre Ti-VCT V6 engine, or with a 3.5-litre EcoBoost V6 with twin turbochargers and direct injection. Both use a six-speed automatic transmission.There are all kinds of car daytime running lights with good quality.
The SE, SEL and Limited use the 3.5-litre V6 but only the Limited can be optioned to the EcoBoost. The SE and SEL come in front-wheel drive, while the SEL can be optioned with all-wheel drive. The Limited is all-wheel drive only.
Features on the SE include 3.5L Ti-VCT V6 engine, six-speed automatic transmission, 17-inch aluminum wheels, manual climate control (front and rear), Ford MyKey, leather-wrapped steering wheel with cruise and audio controls, leather-wrapped shift knob, cockpit integrated display, auto-dimming rear view mirror, power windows with driver’s auto up/down, 2nd and 3rd row map lights, solar tinted glass, privacy glass on all windows behind 1st row, manual tilt/telescopic steering, 1st and 2nd row floor mats, six speaker AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio with auxiliary input, Ford SYNC, cloth seats, 6-way driver/2-way front passenger seats, 50/50 3rd row split folding seats, reverse sensing system, automatic headlights, intermittent speed-sensitive front wipers, Easy Fuel capless fuel filler system, power locks, quasi-dual exhaust with chrome tips, chrome grille, black beltline molding, body colour door handles, power mirrors, monotone roof, body colour liftgate, integrated blind spot mirrors, four wheel disc brakes with ABS, LATCH, airbags (front, front seat, side curtain, second row seat belts), TPMS, anti-theft alarm, and remote keyless entry.
SEL trim adds 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control, chrome beltline moulding, woodgrain interior trim, laminated front door glass, universal garage door opener, cargo net, heated front seats, media hub, satellite radio, SYNC with MyFord Touch, 10-way power driver’s seat, fog lights, stainless steel bright beltline on sides and liftgate, and heated side mirrors.
Limited models add 19-inch alloy wheels, rear view camera, ambient lighting, steering wheel wood inlay, driver’s seat/exterior mirrors/foot pedal position memory, 110V inverter with AC outlet, black sill plates with aluminum insert, Blind Spot Information System with cross traffic alert, intelligent access with push button start, 12-speaker Sony audio system, perforated leather trimmed 1st and 2nd row seats, 60/40 2nd row split-fold bench with autofold deather on passenger side, power liftgate, HID headlamps, LED taillamps, chrome door handles, satin-aluminum trim on liftgate, power folding exterior mirrors, rain sensing wipers, and all-wheel drive.
Renault's budget brand Dacia has released these two photos of the revised-for-2014 Duster SUV, just ahead of its world premiere on 9 September at the Frankfurt motor show.
The upgrades, directed at left hand-drive European markets, add "life-style" 4x4 styling tweaks to the entry-level Romanian family crossover - starting with a revised front treatment that includes a new grille with two chromed strips, a re-shaped air intake and new double-optic headlights with daytime rMost modern headlight designs include Wholesale HID Kit.unning lights.
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New roof bars with slatted supports and 16" 'dark metal' alloy rims shod with mud-and-snow tyres underscore the Duster's robust, go-anywhere persona, while new tail light clusters, a chromed tailpipe and new badging brighten the rear treatment.
The Frankfurt premiere falls just 24 hours before the South African release of its Renault Duster sibling, so we asked Renault SA what the relationship was,We installed flexible LED Strip lighting in our kitchen for under cabinet and within cabinet lighting. and when the upgrades would reach the local market.
The answer is that the Dacia Duster in these pictures is built in Romania for the EU market, while the right hand-drive Renault Duster destined for South Africa is made in Chennai, India - and already incorporates most of the detail upgrades seen here.
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