I personally drove my 1996 Ford Taurus
for 6 years. It's got more than
100,000 miles and it's still in good
shape. I did have some problems at the
beginning and I did get the full value
from my extended warranty. Currently
all the electrical stuff still works,
the seats are still in good shape,
paint has lasted a long time, and the
engine still runs well. Oh yeah, and
the A/C still works. It's been a
pretty dependable car. Am I buying
another one? No way. Upgrading to a
Favorite feature are the giant cup
holders and easy cruise control.
Not designed for tall people. My
husband is 6'5" and doesn't fit
comfortably in the front seat.
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