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2018 Ford Taurus

For 2018 the new Ford Taurus is no longer available with the turbocharged 2.0-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder, which was its most fuel-efficient engine. Power-adjustable pedals are also no longer available on the SEL trim level. There are two new colors offered, Blue Metallic and Burgundy Velvet Metallic.

2017 Ford Taurus

Aside from new colors and new optional 20-inch wheels, the new 2017 Ford Taurus sedan is identical to last year’s model, which received a greatly improved Sync 3 infotainment setup. It has a large 8-inch touch screen and is easier to use with smartphone gestures like swipe and pinch to zoom.

About Ford Taurus

Full-size and family-friendly, the 2018 Ford Taurus is the largest and most expensive sedan in Ford’s expansive lineup. Now in its sixth generation, the Taurus is comfortable, quiet and luxurious. It seats five passengers, has a very large trunk and all-wheel drive is available. It’s also packs power with a standard 288-horsepower V6. Four trim levels are available, SE, SEL, Limited and the SHO performance model which gets a 365-horsepower twin-turbocharged V6. The new Taurus competes with the Toyota Avalon, Chevrolet Impala, Dodge Charger, and Kia Cadenza, as well as the Buick LaCrosse. Although it’s a bit behind much of that competition in overall interior volume, the new Taurus offers families a wide range of trims and features at a starting price below $30,000.

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