Ford Flex Fuel Consumption


  Flex (facelift) 2013-2019

Flex (facelift) | 2013-2019

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
3.5 V6 AWD Automatic / 286 Hp (213kW) Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
3.5 V6 Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
3.5 V6 AWD Automatic / 364 Hp (271kW) Petrol (Gasoline) 16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
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  Flex 2008-2012

Flex | 2008-2012

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
3.5 V6 AWD Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 14 mpg
16.8 L/100km
17 mpg (UK)
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
3.5 AWD Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
3.5 Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
24 mpg
9.8 L/100km
29 mpg (UK)
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
More modifications
One common mistake drivers who love to economize often make is to drive in high gear, as it seems that this makes the engine run more smoothly and burn less fuel. It may also seem that in such a mode the engine will go for longer without repair. But the reality is very different. High gears increase engine load and make the car consume more fuel. So high gears are a great idea only if you want to kill the engine and buy a new car.
  Flex (facelift) 2013-2019

Flex (facelift) | 2013-2019

Modification
3.5 V6 AWD Automatic / 286 Hp (213kW)
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
Modification
3.5 V6 Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
Modification
3.5 V6 AWD Automatic / 364 Hp (271kW)
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
More modifications
  Flex 2008-2012

Flex | 2008-2012

Modification
3.5 V6 AWD Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
14 mpg
16.8 L/100km
17 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Modification
3.5 AWD Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Modification
3.5 Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
24 mpg
9.8 L/100km
29 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
More modifications
One common mistake drivers who love to economize often make is to drive in high gear, as it seems that this makes the engine run more smoothly and burn less fuel. It may also seem that in such a mode the engine will go for longer without repair. But the reality is very different. High gears increase engine load and make the car consume more fuel. So high gears are a great idea only if you want to kill the engine and buy a new car.