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2017 Ford Taurus Sedan Pricing

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Model Type

Sedan

pros & cons

pros

  • Excellent results in crash tests
  • rides comfortably and quietly on the highway
  • giant trunk is one of the roomiest in the large sedan class
  • available all-wheel drive for enhanced wet-weather traction.

cons

  • Interior doesn't seem as airy or spacious as it should
  • feels slow and ponderous when driving around turns
  • performance SHO model lacks the punch of big engine rivals.
Ford Taurus Sedan MSRP: $27,345
Based on the SE Auto FWD 5-passenger 4-dr Sedan with typically equipped options.
EPA Est. MPG 21
Transmission Automatic
Drive Train Front Wheel Drive
Displacement 3.5 L
Passenger Volume 122.3 cu ft
Wheelbase 113 in
Length 203 in
Width 76 in
Height 60 in
Curb Weight 3969 lbs
Ford Taurus Sedan MSRP: $27,345
Based on the SE Auto FWD 5-passenger 4-dr Sedan with typically equipped options.
  • Fold Flat Rear Seats
  • Bluetooth
  • Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel
  • Tire Pressure Warning
  • Power Driver Seat
  • Back-up camera
  • Rear Bench Seats
  • Trip Computer
  • Post-collision safety system
  • Stability Control
  • USB Inputs

Ford Taurus 2017

2017 Ford Taurus Expert Rundown

Looking for a large sedan with top-notch safety scores? The 2017 Ford Taurus might be a good match. Here's a quick rundown of what we like, what we don't and the bottom line from the Edmunds editors.

Transcript

JOSH SADLIER: This is Edmund's editor Josh Sadlier and here's an expert rundown of the 2017 Ford Taurus. The Taurus used to be Ford's midsize sedan. Recent years it's become Ford's full size sedan. Three engines to choose from, the standard v-6 puts out 288 horsepower. It's pretty robust. There's also a two-liter turbo four cylinder engine, 240 horsepower, not that much more fuel efficient, so I would recommend driving both to see what your preference is. And finally, the SHO performance version has a twin turbo v-6, 365 horsepower. It's quick, but not that quick compared to other high performance large sedans. Around the back you're looking at one of the Taurus's most distinctive features, namely the enormous trunk. One of the largest you'll find in any car. Taurus also offers optional all wheel drive, has a pretty comfortable ride as you'd expect from a large sedan. In back there's enough passenger space by the numbers, but it might feel a little claustrophobic in there. The Taurus's high beltline, swoopy roofline, combine to make it feel slightly cramped, especially if you're on the taller side. Up front the dashboard design continues to be a leader in this segment in terms of style. It's a dual cowl overlay above the panels. Clean layout SYNC 3 infotainment system, is one of the better ones out there. Nice touch screen, easy to use, pretty responsive. The bottom line with the Taurus is that it's not the newest vehicle in this class, but still fully competitive. It's an old fashioned highway cruiser, lots of options to choose from, certainly worth considering. For more Edmond's expert rundowns, click the link to subscribe.

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