Leading the charge for Ford in 2010 is the all-new 2010 Ford Taurus. The car comes with Ford's proven 3.5-liter Duratec V-6 standard and a starting price of $25,995. The Taurus also comes with tons of added amenities not typically seen in a non-premium, full-size sedan. Some of the Ford Taurus's new features include Cross Traffic Alert, Collision Warning, MyKey parental programmability and the EasyFuel capless refueling system. The 2010 Taurus is available in three trim levels: SE, SEL and Limited. The Taurus also features two transmission options; either a new six-speed automatic transmission with SelectShift, or an optional transmission offered on the SEL and Limited models that offers race-inspired shift control with paddles mounted on the steering wheel.Read more Read less
Ford's big sedan is being given a full facelift for 2010, along with a completely revamped feature list and a new focus on technology features. A new high-performance version, called the Taurus SHO, returns for 2010 and promises a lot more driving excitement than the regular Taurus versions.
Clean, stylish appearance inside and out; roomy, luxurious interior; great seats; range of high-tech options; safety; performance from new SHO model
A clean, attractive redesign makes the Taurus's already good package much more appealing. With a very roomy interior and smooth ride combined with the striking new cabin appearance, the Taurus now offers a true luxury-car interior at a lower price. Ford has also decided to pile on the high-tech features, and the Taurus now offers many that aren't available on any other non-luxury-brand sedans. What's more, the Taurus SHO should make a great alternative to high-performance sedans from Germany, at a fraction of the price.