2019 Ford Taurus

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Updated on: March 25, 2021

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The 2019 Ford Taurus has been around for a while. The current-gen model debuted 10 years ago, derived from a decade-old Volvo platform. The 2019 model is likely to disappear sometime soon as Ford moves toward a sedan-less lineup.

It would be fair to say that Taurus was a half-hearted product offered by Ford. It’s big without being roomy, and powerful without feeling swift. SE, SEL, and Limited trims are powered by a 3.5L V6, while the SHO trim with its firmer suspension tuning and powerful engine fairs better than other lower trims. All-wheel drive is standard on the SHO and optional on the SEL and Limited trim.

The Taurus rides softly, channeling the floaty feel once typical for big sedans. SHO trim is quick and can entertain on a curvy road. Inside, the Taurus infotainment is up-to-date with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Despite its sufficient length, this big sedan’s interior lacks the space inside. Taurus SE trim looks and feels fleet-ready. On the safety front, the Taurus has performed well in government and independent crash testing but it still lacks automatic emergency braking, something standard on competitors.

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Pros

Soft ride quality

Humongous trunk

Up to date and user-friendly SYNC 3 infotainment system

Front-seat comfort is good

Superb dynamics offered in SHO trim

Cons

Cramped rear seat

Outward visibility isn’t great

Lacks features and dated interior 

Lackluster performance from base trims V6 engine

What's New?

Ford for 2019 dropped power-adjustable steering wheel and power rear sunshade from Taurus.

Other than a few feature deletions the car remains more or less unchanged with Ford stopping its production in mid-2019.


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Features

vehicle bio

base price

$27800

bodystyle

4dr Sedan

passenger capacity

5

top speed

134 mph

drivetrain

front wheel drive

engine type

displacement

213 cu.in.

horsepower

288 hp @ 6500 rpm

torque

254 lb.-ft. @ 4000 rpm

transmission

6-speed shiftable automatic

chassis

suspension front

Independent front strut suspension w/anti-roll bar

suspension rear

Independent rear multi-link suspension w/anti-roll bar

dimensions

wheelbase

112.9 in.

length

202.9 in.

width

76.2 in.

height

60.7 in.

curb weight

3917 lbs.

ground clearance

5.1 in.

capacity

passenger volume

102.2 cu ft.

cargo volume

20.1 cu ft.

towing capacity

1000 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

6.7 sec.

standing 1/4-mile

15.3 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

18/21/26 mpg

highway range

672.0 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

powertrain warranty

5 yr./ 60,000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr./ unlimited mi.

roadside assistance

Yes


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Trims

SE $27,800 onwards

288 hp @ 6500 rpm | 3.5 L | V-6 | Flex-fuel (unleaded/e85)

  • 18" painted Aluminum Wheels
  • 2 - 1st Row LCD Monitor
  • ABS and driveline Traction Control
  • AM/FM Stereo, Seek-Scan Radio
  • Cloth Seat Trim
  • Driver Lumbar Support
  • Keyfob (all doors) Remote Keyless Entry
  • Manual Front Air Conditioning

SEL $30,230 onwards

288 hp @ 6500 rpm | 3.5 L | V-6 | Flex-fuel (unleaded/e85)

  • Dual Zone Front Automatic Air Conditioning
  • Heated Mirrors
  • Parking Assist
  • Premium Cloth Seat Trim
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/Satellite, Seek-Scan Radio

Limited $37,310 onwards

288 hp @ 6500 rpm | 3.5 L | V-6 | Flex-fuel (unleaded/e85)

  • 3 - 1st Row LCD Monitor
  • Driver and Front Passenger Heated-Cushion, Seatback
  • Leather Seat trim
  • Rain Sensing Windshield Wipers
  • SiriusXM AM/FM/HD/Satellite, Seek-Scan Radio
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Colors and Styles

2019 Ford Taurus in Agate Black color 2019 Ford Taurus in Blue Metallic color 2019 Ford Taurus in Ingot Silver Metallic color
Agate Black

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Ratings

Pricing And Features

6.3

Engine And Performance

4.0

Fuel Economy

4.0

Interior

6.0

Exterior

3.0

Safety

4.0

Competition

7.0

5.2

OVERALL RATING

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

5.2

Overall Rating


The Ford Taurus is a five-seater full-size sedan. It’s powered by a standard 288 horsepower, 3.5L V6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Front and all-wheel-drive versions are available, and competitors include the Chevrolet Impala, Chrysler 300, and Kia Cadenza. The Taurus is reasonably priced, with trim levels and features more or less matching up with the Chevrolet Impala, and it costs thousands less than a Kia Cadenza. However, the Taurus' full-size competitors generally have nicer interiors, don't feel as heavy, and are roomier.

The range-topping Taurus SHO trimis the only standout in the lineup, powered by a 365 horsepower, twin-turbo 3.5L V6 with a sport-tuned suspension that overcomes the Taurus' otherwise wallowy, sluggish driving experience. For the same money, however, enthusiasts can get more performance-oriented offerings from other American brands like say Dodge.


6.3/10
Pricing and Features

4.0/10
Engine and Performance

4.0/10
Fuel Economy

6.0/10
Interior

3.0/10
Exterior

4.0/10
Safety

7.0/10
Competition


2019 Ford Taurus Pricing and Features

6.3/10

The 2019 Ford Taurus comes in four trim levels: SE, SEL, Limited, and SHO. A voice-activated navigation system and a moonroof are available in all but the base SE trim, and all-wheel drive is available in the SEL and Limited trim and standard in the SHO trim.

Trims

SE

SEL

Limited

SHO

Price

$27,800

$30,230

$37,310

$42,975

Features

18-inch alloy wheels

Adds/Upgrades these from "SE"

Adds/Upgrades these from "SEL"

Adds/Upgrades these from "Limited"

 

Automatic headlights

LED daytime running lights

19-inch alloy wheels

20-inch exclusive wheels

 

Six-way power-adjustable front seats with manual recline and lumbar adjustment

Heated mirrors with puddle lamps

Keyless entry and ignition, automatic high-beam control, automatic wipers, an auto-dimming rearview mirror and driver-side mirror, and power-adjustable pedals

Xenon headlights, black exterior trim, a rear spoiler, and dual exhaust tips

 

60/40-split folding rear seatbacks

A dual-zone automatic climate control

Heated and ventilated 10-way power front seats, driver-seat memory settings, heated second-row seats, and a heated steering wheel

Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters

   

A 4.2” central display, a driver information display, a rearview camera, and Sync voice controls

Leather upholstery paired with heated front seats

Blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and a premium Sony audio system

     

A six-speaker sound system with a CD player and two USB ports

Additional centre speaker for the audio system and Sync 3 infotainment system with an 8” touchscreen and smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Trim to Choose

The base SE is at the best moderately equipped, therefore we recommend our buyers to consider SEL trim. Because it gets rear parking sensors, dual-zone climate control, and puddle lamps over and above SE trim’s equipment list. Limited trim is significantly more expensive since it comes with items that are optional for the SEL, plus additional luxury features. The SHO trim is a different beast entirely, carrying forward most of the Limited's features with a high-performance V6 and a sport suspension.

2019 Ford Taurus Engine and Performance

4.0/10

Except for the SHO trim rest, all trims of Taurus use a 3.5L V6 putting out 288 horsepower and 254 pound-feet of torque channeled through a 6-speed automatic. Front-wheel drive is standard, while all-wheel drive is optional. The V6 is smooth and refined and a low first gear helps it feel brisk enough around town. At highway speeds, the V6 quickly gets out of breath due to its heftier curb weight.

Models

2019 Ford Taurus

2019 Kia Cadenza

2019 Chevrolet Impala

2019 Chrysler 300

MSRP

$37,310

$38,890

$37,595

$39,040

Engine

3.5L V6 

3.3L V6 DOHC

3.6L V6

3.6L V6

Transmission

6 Speed automatic

8 Speed manual

6 Speed manual

8 Speed automatic

Horsepower

288hp@ 6500rpm

290hp@ 6400rpm

305hp@ 6800rpm

292hp@ 6350rpm

Torque

254ft-lbs@ 4000rpm

290ft-lbs@ 5200rpm

264ft-lbs@ 5200rpm

260ft-lbs@ 4800rpm

Transmission duties are performed by a 6 Speed Automatic Transmission mated to a 3.5L V6, its responses remain pretty consistent. Although a dated transmission it never feels hesitant to up-shift or down-shift at the appropriate times. The gear ratios feel a tad tall, however, and though the shifts are nearly imperceptible, the twin-turbo V6 certainly loses some of it’s grunt to the tall gearing. The Taurus could benefit from a shorter gear ratio with some livelier responses overall.

Acceleration

While the Taurus’ V6 motor feels competent off-the-line and around city streets, power delivery quickly begins to taper off after the 60 mph mark. Both the FWD and AWD models put out mediocre 0-60 mph figures. But the Taurus SHO, or Super High Output, equipped with a twin-turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine and AWD as standard sprints 0-60 mph in around 5.2 seconds.

Models

2019 Ford Taurus

2019 Kia Cadenza

2019 Chevrolet Impala

2019 Chrysler 300

0-60 MPH

5.2 sec

6.8 sec

6.2 sec

5.8

Quarter mile

13.7 sec

N/A

14.8 sec

14.2 sec

Engine

3.5L V6

3.3L V6

3.6L V6

3.6L V6

Emission

(Tons/yr of CO2 Emissions @ 15K mi/year)

8.4

7.7

8

8.4

The SHO trim of Taurus accelerates to 60 mph from a standstill in 5.2 seconds which is respectable and quicker to the competition here, but if you compare the other trims of Taurus which put a sluggish figure north of six seconds the car is eons slower than the competition. There is certainly no hint of sportiness from the car, acceleration is gradual and it takes considerable time to build up its pace. However, this car was never about outright acceleration, right.

Ride and Handling

All Ford Taurus models deliver a favorable and comfortable ride for the segment. The suspension on lower trims keeps the ride pretty smooth. And even though the Taurus is a fairly big car, it's never sloppy, keeping pretty good control of itself. Most surfaces don't faze the Taurus, and the big Ford soaks up quite a lot. Cornering is flat but only up to a moderate pace.

In the SHO trim, ride quality isn't compromised at all with the SHO's sport-tuned suspension, and while the suspension setup on base models may offer no opportunity for thrills, the SHO offers a whole lot more fun. It manages to remain firmly planted and properly composed at most speeds, and can even be somewhat fun to drive on occasion. Unfortunately, the SHO in particular, as a performance-based model, is set back by relatively numb steering with no road feel or tire feedback communicated to the driver whatsoever. 

Braking

Braking performance is excellent. There's plenty of grip from the tires nevertheless, and the brakes provide suitable stopping power and responses for comfortable daily drivability. The brake pedal does feel spongy, but it's smooth and consistent enough to easily modulate.

Model

2019 Ford Taurus

2019 Kia Cadenza

2019 Chevrolet Impala

2019 Chrysler 300

Brake Front (in.)

13.9

12.6

12.6

13.6

Brake Rear (in.)

13.6

11.8

12.4

12.6

60-0 MPH (ft.)

N/A

120

130

121

2019 Ford Taurus Fuel Economy

4.0/10

While we don’t have a 60-0 mph stopping distance for the 2019 Ford Taurus still we are confident that it will be at par with its competitors.

Model

2019 Ford Taurus

2019 Kia Cadenza

2019 Chevrolet Impala

2019 Chrysler 300

MPG (city)

18

20

18

19

MPG (highway)

26

27

28

30

MPG (combined)

21

23

22

23

Range (city/highway)

(miles)

342/494

370/499.5

333/518

351.5/555

Tank Capacity (gal)

19

18.5

18.5

18.5

Taurus’ hefty curb weight makes it the least fuel-efficient of all and has the least range among all either be it in the city or on highways.

2019 Ford Taurus Interior

6.0/10

With 203 inches of length from bumper to bumper, the 2019 Ford Taurus would appear to be roomy at first glance. But don’t let the outer length fool you as the longer length does not translate into a roomier interior.

Upfront, the Taurus has wide, supportive seats covered in cloth in SE and some SEL trims and leather on most other versions. Unfortunately, the Taurus’ centre console and its dashboard also intrude into the passenger compartment further reducing the front space. Rear-seat passengers suffer from surprisingly limited headroom courtesy of the sloping roof and just average legroom. That low roofline limits outward vision, too.

Model

2019 Ford Taurus

2019 Kia Cadenza

2019 Chevrolet Impala

2019 Chrysler 300

Passenger capacity

5

5

5

5

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

39.0/57.9/44.2

38.5/58.3/45.5

39.9/57.9/45.8

38.6/59.5/41.8

Second

(Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

37.8/56.9/38.1

37.6/56.5/37.2

37.4/56.9/39.8

37.9/57.7/40.1

The seats of Ford Taurus are sufficiently cushioned and supportive but the fly in the ointment is the overall space inside the cabin, which is neither adequate nor better than any of its rivals.

Infotainment

The SE and SEL trims offer only the base SYNC infotainment software which does not include Android Auto or Apple CarPlay functionality. The infotainment system itself consists of a 4.2” LCD screen and AM/FM stereo tethered to a single-CD player and a six-speaker sound system. It allows for Bluetooth audio streaming, voice recognition, 911 Assist, and AppLink capabilities. There are two USB charging ports located upfront for compatible devices. The SEL trim also comes with SiriusXM connectivity and a six-month trial.

Ford's SYNC 3 infotainment software, which includes Android Auto and Apple CarPlay functionality, is standard in both the Limited and SHO trims only, along with an eight-inch touchscreen display and premium Sony audio system with HD radio connectivity.

Interior Features

The 2019 Ford Taurus starts at a fairly low price for a full-size sedan, but with compromise on few key features. The Taurus SE trim comes with a six-way powered front seat with manual recline, a 4.2-inch screen for its audio system with Bluetooth connectivity.

Taurus’ SEL trim adds automatic climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a few other items with an optional package which includes an 8.0” touchscreen for infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Ford’s latest system is one of the best in the business due to its quick reaction times, clear screen, and excellent app integration.

Topping the lineup, the Taurus’ SHO trim adds heated and cooled leather seats, and more gizmos.

We recommend buyers to go for SEL trim to get a VFM package while those with extra dollars to spare can go for better powered and fully loaded SHO trim. 

Cargo Capacity

Trunk space is the only place where the Taurus triumphs with its class-leading cargo capacity of 20.1 cubic feet behind the rear seats. If more room is required for larger or oddly shaped cargo items, the rear seats can be folded down in a 60/40 split. This is more than what the Impala offers at 18.8 cubes and much more than what the Chrysler 300 provides at 16.5 cubic feet.

Storage solutions on the inside include large front door side pockets with integrated bottle holders. There are quite a few knick-knack gobblers concealed cubbies upfront in the centre console, along with double cup holders, and the passenger-side glove box is reasonably sized too. Additionally, there's a seatback map pocket behind each front seat. But hey who keeps maps these days so these pockets can be best used for keeping what is not its intended purpose. Another two cup holders are located in the rear seat armrest.

Model

2019 Ford Taurus

2019 Kia Cadenza

2019 Chevrolet Impala

2019 Chrysler 300

Cargo Volume (ft.3)

20.1

16

18.8

16.3

For gargantuan space and added utility, the Taurus' backseat can be folded down which liberates even more storage space.

2019 Ford Taurus Exterior

3.0/10

The 2019 Ford Taurus is big and by that, we mean big, for a comparison it nearly equals some full-size SUVs when it comes to sheer length. The 2019 Ford Taurus looks like the typical boxy sedan with its medium front overhang with rounded front edges, a prominent wheelbase, and moderate rear overhang with squared rear corners more so it feels like a stretched jelly bean from the side. 

Halogen projector-beam headlights are standard on SE and SEL trims, with LED supplemental parking lamps and heated side-view mirrors featured on the SEL trim. The Limited trim comes with automatic high-beam headlights and chrome-accented side-view mirrors, the SHO trim comes with HID, or high-intensity discharge, headlights, LED supplemental parking lamps, black side-view mirrors, chrome dual exhaust tips, and a rear boot spoiler. The 18” Sparkle-Silver aluminum wheels are standard on the SE and SEL trim which looks plain jane, and the 19” Luster Nickel aluminum wheels on the Limited trim looks upmarket. Filling the wheel arches of the SHO trim are 20” Ebony Black Machined aluminum wheels which surely turn heads and grab eyeballs.

Exterior Dimensions

The Ford Taurus sedan has dimensions typical to that of a large sedan. Compared to the Chevrolet Impala, it measures only 1.6 inches longer in overall length at 202.9 inches, 1.8 inches taller at 60.7 inches, and 4.3 inches wider at 77.3 inches. It carries a wheelbase spanning 112.9 inches, which is 1.2 inches longer than the Impala. With curb weights ranging from 3,917 pounds in the FWD SE to 4,327 lbs in the AWD SHO, the Taurus is on average around 200 lbs heavier than the Impala with its base model weighing in at 3,682 lbs and its top-spec model in at 3,812 lbs

Model

2019 Ford Taurus

2019 Kia Cadenza

2019 Chevrolet Impala

2019 Chrysler 300

Curb weight (lbs.)

4140

3770

3682

4013

Length(in)

202.9

195.7

201.3

198.6

Width(in)

76.2

73.6

73

75

Height(in)

60.7

57.9

58.9

58.7

Ground clearance (in)

5.1

5.9

N/A

4.7

Wheelbase (in)

112.9

112.4

111.7

120.2

Track width (in) F/R

65.3/65.5

63.1/63.4

62.2/62

63.4/63.8

The 5.1 inches of ground clearance in the Ford Taurus is second best behind Kia Cadenza’s 5.9 inches in this comparison. But either be it normal city driving or those big bad bumps neither would prove to be a task for a daily driver.

Exterior Features

The 2019 Ford Taurus flaunts a taut body line, an athletic short-deck/long-hood profile stance, and a high beltline. It’s a tough-looking 4-door, especially in SHO trim that adds 20” wheels and tires, as well as unique exterior trim and a tasteful rear spoiler. The overall height gives drivers a commanding view of the road, but the sedan’s low roof and wide stance combined with the steeply sloping windshield and rear window reduces rearward visibility. Each trim above base trim gets its distinctive style cues making it easily recognizable by the keen observers out there. Other Features include:

  • Compact Aluminum Spare Tire Mounted Inside Under Cargo
  • Chrome Power Heated Side Mirrors with Driver Auto Dimming and Manual Folding
  • Front Windshield includes Sun Visor Strip
  • Speed Sensitive Rain Detecting Variable Intermittent Wipers
  • Trunk Rear Cargo Access
  • LED Brakelights
  • Fully Automatic Projector Beam Halogen Auto High-Beam Headlamps w/Delay-Off

There are other features like a different size and design alloy wheels as per the Variant chosen.

2019 Ford Taurus Safety

4.0/10

Where the 2019 Ford Taurus most shows its age is in its lack of advanced crash-avoidance tech. Automatic emergency braking isn’t even on the options list, something that some competitors have made standard equipment. The Taurus includes the expected complement of airbags and stability control, plus a standard rearview camera. For about $2,000, an optional package adds adaptive cruise control, forward-collision warnings, and active lane control.

The NHTSA gave the 2019 model Ford Taurus a top overall safety rating of five-stars out of five. The IIHS's review of the Taurus model in five specified crash tests, in which the Taurus scored top results of Good in four, having received a score of Average in the driver-side small overlap front test. The optional forward collision system scored poorly and was awarded a low rating of Basic from the authority.

Some of the safety features include

  • Six standard airbags
  • SOS crash alert system
  • Tire pressure monitoring system
  • Electronic stability control, curve control, traction control, and torque vectoring control

2019 Ford Taurus Competition

7.0/10

Ford Taurus vs Kia Cadenza

Very close on paper, the Ford Taurus is the better performer of the two. It comes with an all-wheel-drive and handles better than the Cadenza. That said, the Taurus is let down by its interiors. It does not have any sense of occasion and the all-black theme does not help it either. The Cadenza also has a better sense of style. And talking about style, the Taurus does not match up on the level of premium-ness offered in the Cadenza. At the same price point, choosing between these cars depends on what you want. If you want performance, the Ford is a good choice, but for everything else, it's the Cadenza.

Ford Taurus vs Chevrolet Impala

One of the Taurus' biggest rivals in the full-size sedan segment is the Chevrolet Impala, but while the Ford offers two big V6 engine choices, the Impala offers much less power from either a four-cylinder engine or a V6 but claims some respite as both are more efficient. The Impala is also packed with more features, with the like of an eight-inch touchscreen, full smartphone integration, and Wi-Fi hotspot capability standard as of the base model. It's more comfortable inside, and more spacious, too; the Taurus' oddly high set seats and awkward ergonomics holds it back in this regard.

There's some reprieve for the Taurus when it comes to trunk volume, however, as it comprehensively outclasses the Impala in this regard. Despite the sportiness of the Taurus SHO, it can't match the Impala for its stability and agility. Despite lacking the biggest trunk or the most powerful engines, the Impala is better in most other aspects.

Ford Taurus vs Chrysler 300

The 2019 Chrysler 300 is another large car that outclasses the Ford. The 300 has excellent cabin materials, roomy seats, and lots of standard features, including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Chrysler also has a potent V8 engine that’s on par with the Ford Taurus’ SHO trim’s twin-turbo V6. Neither vehicle is particularly engaging to drive, but the 300 is more fuel-efficient than the Taurus, and its infotainment system is one of the most intuitive on the market. So again the choice depends on the user’s need here.

2019 Ford Taurus Final Verdict

The Ford Taurus, having been around for nearly ten years and having received step-motherly treatment from Ford during that time, has become significantly outdated. At the Ford Taurus' price, there's simply nothing that it offers over its US rivals; there's far more performance appeal offered by the Dodge Charger and a whole lot more luxury to be found in a Chrysler 300. While its powertrain is competent and refreshingly simple, it has become outdated and lacks modern refinement. Acceleration and power delivery are adequate, but its fuel-efficiency is notably below average as opposed to newer rivals. Beyond its stagnation, the Taurus is also easily unlikeable because of its not so good in-cabin ergonomics, with the seating positions being so awkwardly high. If one was to purchase a Taurus, the only real benefits would lie in its array of in-cabin storage solutions and expansive trunk capacity, which make it only a little more practical and convenient than many of its rivals as a daily family commuter.

2019 Ford Taurus Consumer Reviews and Ratings

8.0

based on 2 ratings


8.5/10 Features
7.0/10 Interiors
8.5/10 Design
8.0/10 Safety
8.0/10 Reliability
8.0/10 Deal Value

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2019 Ford Taurus Overall Reviews


TR

Tom Robertson

2017 Ford Taurus

SEL 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)

7

User Overall Rating

Posted On: November 4, 2020

Ford Taurus SE

Pros - Tilt steering wheel, reliable, rear speakers

Cons - Better center console cover

My car has been through a lot and has taken me on my journey with no problems. My children are comfortable when we travel and can sleep peacefully Good family hauler I think and the best all round sporty car with decent power and handlin Rear speakers for the kids to sing to the music I feel safe inside, it's roomy for my 3 kids The rear window should be more straight than curved I believe there should be side airbags in case you get tboned Ideally safe and reliable I paid a reasonable price and have gotten my money's worth out of it He was great

8/10
Features
7/10
Interior
8/10
Design
8/10
Safety
7/10
Reliability
8/10
Deal Value
8/10
Dealer Review

MR

Mary Reeves

2015 Ford Taurus

SEL 4dr Sedan AWD (3.5L 6cyl 6A)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: November 3, 2020

Ford Taurus

Pros - 1.Great gas mileage 2. Reliable 3. Body Style 4. Bluetooth capable 5. Roomy 6. Large trunk

Cons - 1.Visibility 2.Factory stereo

Yes. Very good purchase. Taurus is in the top 10 list of cars. It has a great safety rating. It's roomy for a family of 5. Has great features such as sunroof, heated seats, and Bluetooth radio. Secure and sharp handling. Accelerates with ease. And is very comfortable. In short, this is a perfect vehicle with good handling that can haul family well. V6 Engine, Turbocharged 2.0 liter engine, Cruise control, heated seats and sunroof It's airy, roomy, comfortable, and feature-loaded but visibility isn? good at all. Which is really annoying. Also, the cabin is noisy. It's Bulky but sleek at the same time. I find it to be very good looking. Wouldn? change it for anything. Very safe. And yes, the plastics feel sturdy. Very reliable. I've had no issues. Paid $26,500. So, Yes, I got a good deal. Great. They were very helpful. Took the time to listen to what I needed.

9/10
Features
7/10
Interior
9/10
Design
8/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
8/10
Deal Value
1/10
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My car has been through a lot and has taken me on my journey with no problems. My children are comfortable when we travel and can sleep peacefully

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Yes. Very good purchase. Taurus is in the top 10 list of cars. It has a great safety rating. It's roomy for a family of 5. Has great features such as sunroof, heated seats, and Bluetooth radio.

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