Pros: "Reliable no major issues, highway mpg about 27"
Cons: "Mpg not very good in city, about 20-21"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 7
"This Taurus has been reliable, have had it about a year and put significant miles on the car. Has had some minor problems, mainly brake light switch went out twice, causing no brake lights. This is cheap to replace or dealer will fix bc there is a recall. Seems to be out of alignment as well, gets shaky at high speeds. But I have done virtually no maintenance while putting over 30k miles on it. Always starts and confident to drive about anywhere, has never overheated. Can fit 6 people, though it is very uncomfortable, 5 people or less it's fine. Trunk space is very big."
Cons: "paying for parts when they decide to break down"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"I have been through a lot with my car, I bought it in 2006 and it was a year old its been almost ten years and my car still runs, but now I have minor issues to fix but hey its ten years old and all I do is travel."
"The car has been a problem since I purchased it from the dealer six years ago. The paint is peeling it is rusting all over. The engine will not stop squealing always getting worked on. Never to buy a ford again. Buy a Toyota they are worth their money you spend on them."
Pros: "safe, has a big front end, and comfortable ride"
Cons: "lousy turning radius, poor visibility"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 5
"Turning radius is awful. Heater and a.c. went at 85000 miles. Visibility is poor, front window makes me feel like I am driving the space shuttle. Has a very comfortable ride and is a solid heavy duty car. It is a very safe care that is why I bought it. If you get hit in this you will likely walk away from it unscathed unlike other more cheaply made modern cars. I have lower back pain and certain vehicles exacerbate this. This car is super comfortable to drive. No backaches when you get out of this one."