I bought my 94 taurus in 97 with 45,000
miles on her, I fell in love with her
from day 1. From the smooth and
extremely powerful 3.0 liter v6 to her
beautiful looks on the outside I can't
decide which is better. Other similiar
cars such as the mercury sable are
slower than the taurus I've raced a
few. Getting back to the title of my
review, I can't wait to buy a new
taurus, just think of all the
advancements they must have made in 8
years to an almost already perfect car,
it's definately gonna be my next car
purchase since my 94 has over 100,000
miles on her with no major problems
just routine maintence.
Extremely powerful engine, vuluptious
interior and outside appearence.
Could get a little better gas mileage
I learned to drive on my parents 1995
Ford Taurus GL and I loved the thing.
It would take the abuse and ask for
more. I bought my own 1994 LX this
past February and I'm thrilled with
it. I have a car with leather,
sunroof, power everything, chrome
wheels for a cheap price. I drive my
taurus everyday and back and forth
between NY and PA. I've driven it to
SC and back loaded with luggage and
passengers in 100 degree weather, no
troubles. The only thing repaired on
this vehicle was a transmission sensor.
Smooth Ride, Strong V6 3.8L Power,
Good MPG, Solid Build
More room in the coin tray, and
perhaps more cupholders - overall nice
My Taurus was a real bargain; these
cars have zero resale value and I got
mine for only $1200. At 139,000 miles
it still runs strong with no major
problems. Taurus transaxles are
notoriously bad and they have lots of
little electrical problems, for example
neither rear power window works on
mine. But I still say they make a fine
daily driver for the thrifty.
1. Humungous trunk
2. Safe as a tank, check its crash test.
3. Ignored by thieves so you can put in
a killer stereo with no worries.