I had to order my Taurus with I4 Ecoboost, it was not available anywhere in my area.
If you are looking
for V6 then think again. Yes, with V6 it will be a little bit quicker. But I4 Ecoboost engine is very responsive with practically zero hesitation at any speed. My previous Taurus V6 2011 was not quicker and
it wanted to think sometimes before acceleration. Not anymore.
City driving with I4 Ecoboost and my heavy foot: 22.5 MPG after 2,000 miles total. I hope it should be even better.
Highway: 32-36 MPG at 55-60 MPH but 26-29 MPG at 75 MPH.
Electric steering wheel is just right: not too heavy and not too light.
Very useful large mirrors.
5 seats for 5 adults
rear seats comfort
incredible maneuverability for this size
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