Over 40,000 miles driven in 2 years and not a single complaint.
From the ground up this car is built to impress.
You can tell that the Boeing influence was implemented in the front seat "cockpit" design.
I still get compliments from people in parking lots who cannot believe it is a Taurus.
I traded in my 2007 BMW 3 series and am sooo happy I did.
I feel that the Taurus is more luxurious than my BMW was and is better on gas as well.
If the Taurus ever does need to be worked on, it will be a fraction of the cost my of the BMW.
After reading the reviews here I have come to the conclusion I am the only one who has trouble with my transmission slipping. I have been having trouble since I had 11 miles on the car and almost a year later it still hasn't been fixed. I have been told it needs to have more miles on it or it needs to adjust to the driver. It is scary when you try to pull out into traffic and you give it the gas and you coast into the intersection. It doesn't do it often but you don't want to rely on it to work properly either.
This car should have the luxury brands worried. I've been a BMW owner since 2007 until this year when I made the switch back to Ford. One of my favorite cars I've ever owned was my 1988 5.0 and now Ford has me back in the saddle again with a smile on my face. Sorry Beamer aside from great performance you have a lot of work to do to meet American bang for the buck!
The cars styling inside and out is very modern. Easy to use dials and SYNC.
True hands free driving experience.
Comfortable seats which are heated, powered and have a massage feature.
I have no problem with rear pillars as i check my blinds spots when is change lanes.
If you are a heavy set person the cockpit will be tight. If you are average sized person cockpit is snug and can hold 3 beverages and has huge storage compartment.
Gauges are easy to see both night and day.
Averaging 21 mpg. Trunk is huge. 4 sets of golf clubs are no problem.