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I am getting a FREE new car, Huddle, help me decide

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One of my companies "perks" is that we get a car package. Well I was told that I will be getting a new 2014/15 car in a few weeks. The company will pay for the car, pay for all gas, insurance, maintenance, etc. it will be completely free for me to use.

The only kicker is that there are 2 approved cars that I can get. I need your help deciding which car that will be. (The option of getting they car, then selling it, is not an option, I only can have one of the two choices below....). Also I have to assume I will either get the base model or a lower end model with only a few upgrades.

Option 1: 2014 Ford Flex

http://www.edmunds.com/ford/flex/2014/

My pros

-bigger SUV, seats 7, lots of space, better features and technology.

Cons

-it's ugly

Option 2: 2014 Ford Taurus

http://www.edmunds.com/ford/taurus/2014/

Pros:

Slightly better looking, more respectable

Cons:

Not as much technology, not as spacious

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Anything other than Ford

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ummm....

second option?

Updated, accidentally posted before I finished typing.

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The edge is ugly but I drove one from Denver to Louisiana. It was a rental car but I did like everything it offered. Plus they're paying for the gas. Go big or go home

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The edge is ugly but I drove one from Denver to Louisiana. It was a rental car but I did like everything it offered. Plus they're paying for the gas. Go big or go home

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Do you mean the Flex???

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Bummer. I guess get the flex unless you can get the v6 taurus

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Since I have kids and haul poo around I would get the Flex...  so it depends on what you're gonna do with it.

 

The Flex isn't the best looking car on the road, but so what...

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Probably go with the suv since they footing the bill. More space to carry things.

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The fusion isn't an option? 

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