The 2008 Ford Taurus and Mercury
Sable will arrive in showrooms this summer bearing Top Safety Pick ratings by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the government’s highest available five-star ratings in all crash test categories.
The IIHS’ "Top Safety Pick" rating can only be earned by vehicles that achieve the best-available safety performance in frontal, side and rear collisions and offer electronic stability control. In addition to being the only (...) > Full story
The new 2008 Ford
Taurus – the most powerful, refined, roomiest and safest Taurus ever – will have a base manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $23,995, including destination and delivery. Comparably equipped, Ford’s iconic family sedan will be priced thousands of dollars less than sedans like the Toyota
Avalon and the Chrysler 300.
Nearly 7 million Ford Taurus
sedans have been built since 1985, and it remains one of the most recognized Ford vehicle names of all time – (...) > Full story
Unveiled today at the 2007 Chicago Auto Show, the 2008 Ford Taurus X is a full-size crossover that offers three rows of seating, a powerful 3.5-liter V-6 engine with six-speed automatic transmission and a long list of standard safety equipment – including side curtain air bags and AdvanceTrac® electronic stability control.
New Ford Taurus
features more than 500 engineering changes, making it more distinctive, quieter, faster and safer. 3.5-liter Duratec V-6 delivers an estimated 260 horsepower – an increase of nearly 30 percent from the previous engine. Standard electronic stability control and available all-wheel drive provide confident ride and handling in all weather conditions. Ford Sync offers new levels of connection, control, simplicity and personalization for (...) > Full story
When the 2004 Taurus makes its debut in the 2004 Daytona 500, it will represent Ford’s most synergistic effort in race car design to date. This synergy comes from all corners of the Ford empire and includes solid representation from not only the NASCAR ranks but also the real world production side. Full story