The Ford Taurus is the Brett Favre of sedans: It used to be one of, if not the best — and we respect that — but it’s getting a bit old. What do you need to know before you buy a Ford Taurus? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
I wish I could be half as enthusiastic about anything as this guy seems about the Ford Taurus. Ahem, excuse me. The Ford TAAAAURRRRRRRUS, I mean.
Listen — I miss the Crown Victoria as much as you all do. It was a great American car with great American character, and its sheer ubiquity as a law enforcement vehicle added quite a bit to its charm. But we all really need to start coping with the fact that it's gone.
According to a 63-year-old woman who drove her Ford Taurus into a Connecticut liquor store Friday afternoon a combination of Armor-all and Nyquil are to blame for the incident.
Ford continues to churn out updates to its full-sized Ford Taurus, perhaps hoping GM will never produce another new Chevy Impala. Here's what appears to be the next-generation 2014 Ford Taurus in full camo.
A photo from the set of Men In Black 3: Will Smith's Quest For An Easy Paycheck show the actor posing with an all blacked-out Ford Taurus. Still not as cool as the original Crown Vic.
The original Taurus was looking pretty dated by the mid-1990s, and Ford decided to get a bit wild with the redesign for the 1996 model year. Ovals, ovals, and more ovals! Just like that, the Taurus lost the best-seller crown.
We've had 25 years to get accustomed to the look of the first-generation Ford Taurus, especially since so many others emulated its "melted bar of soap" look soon after, but we all did double-takes the first time we saw one.
We called the Taurus-based Ford Police Intereceptor "Robocop's replacement." Buy why have the sequel when you can have the original? Be part-man, part-machine and all awesome and buy the original Robocop Ford Taurus for around $19K.
OK, Taurus fans, we're not saying the SHO isn't fast. It's very fast, we're the first to acknowledge. The problem is that your beloved Yamaha V6 tends to 'splode on a race track, and if it's not the engine it's the transmission. Still, we love LeMons SHOs, so keep it up!
At a Fortune magazine interview with Ford's Alan "Boeing! Boeing!" Mulally, the always-smilin' CEO used "Taurii" as the plural for Ford's Taurus car model. Unfortunately, according to Ford and the New York Times, he's wrong.
The Onion News Network covered Ford's exciting unveil of the 1993 Taurus for the 2010 model year. At $650 it's designed to fulfill the needs of Americans in challenging economic times. Video below.
The new Ford Taurus SHO is a pretty sweet ride, but the fellas at Mobsteel have gotten their hands on one and blacked it out, smoothed things over and slammed it to the ground. We're not sure about this one.