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2008 - 2019 Ford Taurus

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The Ford Taurus continues to act as the American automaker's sole entry in the full-size sedan segment. Having soldiered on without signification changes for roughly 10 years, the Taurus is a relic in a field that has seen competitors create a sizable gap with more luxury and technology features. With Ford going all in on SUVs and crossovers, production for the Taurus is set to officially end on March 2019, making the 2019 model one of the last for the Taurus nameplate. Besides a new black col... Read more

2000 - 2006 Ford Taurus

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The Taurus comes in only two trim levels: SE and SEL. The SE can seat up to six people with its front bench seat. The SEL can only seat five. Both are powered by a 153 hp Vulcan 3.0-liter V-6 engine that is controlled by a four-speed automatic transmission. It features adaptive front airbags and there are optional side-impact airbags, antilock brakes, and traction control.For 2006, the Ford Taurus offers only one V-6 engine and simplifies its trims. Read more

1996 - 1999 Ford Taurus


The big news about Taurus this year is that there are fewer versions of them. The base G and the GL sedans and the GL and LX wagons have been dropped from the lineup. An SE sedan and wagon have been added and the LX sedan and the high performance SHO are still there, although the LX has dropped from the top of the line to the bottom. The idea, Ford says, is to make things simpler for everyone. Fewer models and the elimination of Ford's previously dizzying array of options packages mean less confusion in the showroom and less manufacturing cost. We think this is a better idea. Read more