My wife and I chose the Taurus wagon
over a van due to economy reasons. We
needed a little larger vehicle for
luggage and passenger purpose when our
grandchildren are with us. The wagon
with the 3rd rear seat works great! If
needed, we have more luggage space
inside than a normal trunk or can put
it on the roof rack.
We are very, very satisfied with the
Taurus and are getting about 26-30 mpg
highway miles and average of 22
combination. The Texas wind in the
panhandle area is terrible but the
wagon tracks straight and true. The
smaller engine provides plenty of power
as far I am concerned.
Standard features on the SE wag- power
seat and adjustable pedals. Very
quiet, especially for a wagon. Also
like the the lock/unlock features with
remote keyless entry.
None--- I understand that Ford will
drop the Taurus in a few years and the
wagon at the same time. Hate to see
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