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2012 Ford Taurus

2012 Ford Taurus – The Ford Taurus was able in the United States temporarily for the legend. However, his career in 1986 and first featured front-wheel drive midsize sedan was undulating by Ford. Since 2009 in the United States is the sixth generation on the market. Was the Ford Taurus in the early 1990s, even the best-selling car in the U.S., followed in 1995 with the descent of the third generation. Getting used to a shape with four round eyes as windows drove many formerly loyal Ford customers to the competition. The current Ford Taurus will return to more conservative design of the stately length of 5.15 meters. Three trim levels and two 3.5-liter engines with 263 hp and 370 hp are available. No longer available is the decidedly sporty Taurus SHO, who had a 3.4-liter eight-cylinder engine.

 

2012 Ford Taurus is a damn nice car. It has a tower farm, sitting slightly higher than you would expect in a sedan (the height of crossing or almost), a rocket-smooth V6 that is quick to rev, and a smooth interior that is as beautiful as Toyota and much more modern and stylish to boot. The trunk is huge (20.1 cubic feet against 15 to 16 for the rest of the group), and ends either on the forehead or solid mid-pack for any signs of cabin, except one: legroom. The Taurus was 38.1 inches, which is acceptable, but the worst (tied) in this range.

 

Ford is the only car in this class that can be taken with AWD, you can get without cracking the $ 30,000 mark. For drivers in the snow country, which makes the Taurus a lot compared to anything else in this race.