2019 Ford Taurus Performance | Deacon Jones Ford
Ford Taurus Performance
One of the most popular cars in US households, the Ford Taurus comes with a choice of two engines- the 288 horsepower 3.5 liters V6 and the optional 240 horsepower 2 liter turbo four drive. Both these have been coupled with a 6 speed automatic transmission. An all-wheel drive option is available for the V6 model. The Ford Taurus SHO comes with a 365 horsepower turbo V6 and sports suspension. It also has minor styling changes which become visible upon close inspection. Although the cabin may feel a little small compared to the competitors, Ford Taurus makes the most of it.
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All of this makes Ford Taurus a great large car in its budget. It has a spacious trunk and a soft ride. The SYNC 3 infotainment system which is a standard on a lot of Ford Sedans is pretty user-friendly. The car however has not been majorly redesigned in a long time yet the model has been selling successfully. The seats of the vehicle provide ample room despite the small size of the interiors. While the V6 option is provided, it is only available with an all-wheel drive.
The Ford Taurus’s small interiors don’t stop it from being a popular car. It is one of the most affordable cars in its section for anyone looking for a large car on a tight budget. However, most large cars in the same segment do not offer as much as the Ford Taurus does within the budget. It is a high-performing large car that has managed to fit all the necessities that one would come to expect in this segment and it has done this well.
The Ford Taurus 2019 belonged to a generation of cars that was launched in 2010. The model saw major updates last in 2013. The main change that was introduced was in the infotainment system. The SYNC3 replaced the old and glitchy MyFord Touch. The turbocharged 4 cylinder engine was discontinued for the year 2018 and the power adjustable steering wheel was discontinued in the year 2019.