Starting at $27,110 (plus destination charge) for an SE sedan, the Taurus also comes in SEL ($29,540) and Limited ($34,460) trim levels, along with the performance-packed SHO model.
- The standard engine is a 3.5-liter V6 that produces 290 horsepower.
- A turbocharged 2-liter four-cylinder developing 237 horsepower is optional and adds $995 to the price. The turbo four gets an EPA estimate of 22/32 mpg (city/highway).
- Topping the powertrain list is the turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 that unleashes 365 horsepower to propel the performance-oriented Taurus SHO. Front-drive is standard, and all-wheel drive is available (standard on SHO).
Our test drive focuses on the midgrade SEL with standard equipment that includes: a 290-horsepower V6, rearview camera; Sync with MyFord and a 4.2-inch screen; dual-zone automatic air conditioning; power front seats; SiriusXM satellite radio; reverse sensors; perimeter alarm; and 18-inch aluminum wheels.
All-wheel drive is optional on SEL and Limited models with the V6.