With a price undercutting the $30,000 mark by several thousand dollars, the 2015 Ford Taurus represents a value, if you calculate it by dollars-per-square-foot-of-car. The Ford Taurus serves up a...
... comfortable and quiet ride, and the handling is confident, if not exactly sporty. While no
BMW 7 Series, its combination of a serene cabin and adept handling – not to mention high-tech allies such as Ford's Torque Vectoring and Curve Control to help keep the car's bulk in check – belie its low price. The view from the Taurus' driver's seat isn't bad, although we found the wide B-pillar just behind the driver's head and the front windshield pillars to be rather thick, obstructing our side view. Fortunately, the Taurus' exterior mirrors are a vast help, as is the optional "BLIS" system that warns of objects too close to the vehicle's side when changing lanes.