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.
We've known for a while that Ford is unleashing a higher performance version of the Explorer this fall.
You there! Are you feeling bored? Tired? Weary of the daily grind and life's constant stream of little, soul-killing indignities? What you need is more adventure. And according to this craigslist ad, Adventure Car is what you need to make that happen.
This is the 2013 Ford Taurus, a swarm of tweaks on the current model lineup that runs from a four-cylinder turbocharged EcoBoost engine to this "Superman" grille on the SHO. Forget the Chevy Impala — Ford's aimin' to intercept the Audi A6.
One of the only things cooler than a fast car that looks fast is a fast car that doesn't look fast. While it's hard to pinpoint exactly why sleepers are so cool, their appeal to car lovers in undeniable. What is your favorite factory built sleeper?
What has the motor from a Ford Taurus SHO, a stretched body that very vaguely resembles a Ferrari and a slightly musty smell from sitting? If you guessed this Taurus based Faux-rarri limo currently on Ebay you are correct, and possibly psychic.
What's purple, costs less than $500 and has box flares like a Renault 5 Turbo 2? Yes, it's a trick question because you haven't yet seen how this 24 Hours of LeMons racecar went from Geo Metro to SHO-powered sicko.
Ford brought a stealth version of its Police Interceptor to SEMA, sporting blacked-out lenses, a one-inch suspension drop and wider tires. Perfect for undercover work, except for, you know, the chrome-rimmed wheels and bright-red brake calipers.
The thing with the 2010 Ford Taurus SHO is that, while it's pretty fast, it's also pretty docile. Mobsteel set out to fix that with an extra 90 hp, 147 lb-ft of torque, and a mess of billet aluminum.
The North Dallas Hooptie 24 Hours of LeMons is finished, and a driven-to-the-track Ford Taurus SHO has won its second race!
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.
Since the GM EN-V debuted today, here's another balancing act which has caused furled brows over its necessity. The Taurus Concept is a compact, urban-targeted, open-top, saddle-ridden vehicle balancing on two wheels. Wait, isn't that a motorcycle?
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.
Conan O'Brien has apparently been keeping busy during his unemployment. He joined Twitter last week, and one of his first tweets was about his Ford Taurus. Somebody wrote "ew" in the dust on the car's hood. Nice.