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#1 of 493 2010 Ford Taurus
Dec 16, 2008 (8:36 am)
Anyone know anything about the new upcoming 2010 Ford Taurus, especially if there is to be an SHO variant?
#2 of 493 Re: 2010 Ford Taurus [priggly]
Dec 26, 2008 (11:26 pm)
I read online that they are going to offer a new engine called eco-boost, and the new Taurus is going to have a SHO option. The new pictures shows a vast improvement over the 2009 Taurus with the inside looking very Accord like. I will definitely consider one when I buy my next car.
Jan 11, 2009 (5:54 am)
I have been a GM man most of my life. The one ford that I had bought was a 1990 Ford Ranger that burst into flames in a parking lot, turned out the hole in the firewall for the main wiring harness was still rough metal and did not have the protective barrier on it. Ford then tried to blame me when my ins company went to them for a reimbursement. I swore that I would never buy Ford again. This vehicle is so beautifal and so fulll on new technology that I am considering it for my next car. I own a 1994 olds 09 with 600000 miles on it. But, I am going to need a replacement soon, stuff is beginning to fall apart. I can't wait to sit in it and take it for a test drive. I am really interested in the ecoboost motor.
Jan 11, 2009 (9:43 am)
Wow! Good looking! This Taurus really has the chance to bring Ford back just like the original did in the late 1980's. The styling is all there, much better looking outside and in compared to most of it's competition. And especially better looking than both the Accord and Camry. Hope the interior materials are at least on par with those 2. And let's it hope it drives as good as it looks!
#6 of 493 Either Taurus or Buick LaCrosse will be my next car
Jan 13, 2009 (7:53 pm)
Both the Ford Taurus and Buick LaCrosse have done fantastic redesign this year. Can't wait to try them both out. I am comparing Taurus and LaCrosse A. Because there will be no Sable and B. The Current Chevy Impala is not close to this at all. Great job Ford!
#7 of 493 Command Seating
Jan 17, 2009 (9:02 am)
With the new lower roof line, will the high "command seating" be gone, along with the easy entry and superior visibility?
#8 of 493 Re: Command Seating [ronsmith38]
Jan 17, 2009 (10:02 pm)
I would expect the "Command Seating" will be retained. Entry and exit ease will not be a problem either.
Visibility WILL be compromised. They've gone to a quasi-300C profile with a higher beltline. The look is sharp but outward visibility would have to be reduced to a degree. Only time behind the wheel will tell how much.
This is a vast improvement over the current model any way you slice it.
#9 of 493 Re: Command Seating [ronsmith38]
Jan 18, 2009 (8:01 am)
The roofline is not significantly lower...like the Lincoln MKS, they restyled the same architecture to make it look less dumpy/dowdy. It is still a tall sedan.
#10 of 493 Re: 2010 Ford Taurus [priggly]
Jan 25, 2009 (2:45 pm)
It's about time ford! Instead of your junk Ford Taurus X and the Ford 500, you should of built this first. Then you might not be in the financial disaster your facing now. Who ever designed it you should buy them a house. I like the look, the rear of the car I will have to get used too but it definitely is a start. But $25,995 MSRP? See that is why I bought a Subaru. My all wheel drive will still beat the car in gas mileage. I expect 18/28 for that Taurus.
And when the Crown Victoria police interceptor is retired, expect to see this Taurus with big 18 inch black wheels, a lightbar and siren driving around perhaps your town. That big 20 cubic feet trunk, 202 inch length and Horsepower like the Crown Victoria screams, "FLEET SALES."