Ford Taurus Overview
The Taurus puts styling ahead of interior comfort and driver visibility, and the convoluted MyFord Touch control system doesn't help matters. Fuel economy from the 3.5-liter V6 is 21-mpg. The six-speed automatic can be slow to shift and is not very smooth. All-wheel drive is offered on the V6. A more fuel-efficient turbo four-cylinder is available. Otherwise, the Taurus is quiet, rides comfortably, and has lots of features. Handling is responsive but not sporty, and the turning circle is wide. The SHO, with standard all-wheel drive, is quick but not that engaging to drive. A rear-view camera is standard for 2015. Reliability of the Taurus has improved to average, but its test score is the lowest among current large sedans that we've tested.
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