Well what can I say? It's a Taurus.
Mine does not have the 24valve dual
overhead-cam engine w/200hp, I have
the 3.0L vulcan w/155hp. Performance
and fun to drive aren't the questions
you should ask when purchasing a
Taurus. I all too often get the
feeling that I have rented this car
rather than purchased it; it blends
really well with traffic and you WILL
lose it in a parking lot. It is,
however, high quality, extremely
reliable and practical although it
consumes gas as if it had a larger
engine; I am averaging
18miles/gallon. Its a good car for
the money but loses value really
quickly. Its not the best its class
or price range.
subdued appearance and clean execution
in interior construction.
engine and transmition good be
better. A sport option wouldn't hurt.
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