which company do you work for? I'm in med device now, but I used to be in that field. I worked at Symyx now called Freeslate I think.I have a company car that is a Flex. Drives very nice, comfortable, and you can fit your house inside of it (which I need to as an laboratory robotics sales guy). I was at first not happy to find out that I was going to have to drive a Flex, but knowing I have the Elise for fun, I quickly got over it. Very functional vehicle.
My bad. Googled this image and though they did:Negatory - the rear doors open normally. These do open quite wide though, and the low sill makes getting in and out easy.
I agree. The Mazda 5 was kinda close.Even still, why can't auto makers figure out how to make an SUV type car with a lower stance and sliding rear doors for kid ingress/egress?
Glad you notice that. I think the Flex and the new Explorer definitely have Land/Range Rover vibes:I don't know why the domestics love those side grooves/slats/slits/whatever they're called.
The Flex is the result of a Mini Cooper mating with an LR4?
I will have a minivan when I have a family. It will look something like this:Glad you notice that. I think the Flex and the new Explorer definitely have Land/Range Rover vibes:
And yes, Minivans obviously have a stigma, but anyone with kids will tell you they are simply the most practical vehicle ever made.
And they all smell like McDonald's fries.