2009 Ford Taurus X Values
Select a 2009 Ford Taurus X trim level
2009 model year changes
The Ford Taurus X carries over to 2009 with virtually no changes. A post-crash alert system is now standard, which flashes the lights and sounds the horn following an accident that caused the airbag to deploy.
Interior space provides seating for up to 7; safety; ride quality; powerful engine.
Special features for 2009
Ford's 2009 Taurus X has one of the roomiest, most versatile interiors of any people-mover on the market today, and it's ideally suited as a family vehicle, with a great ride and a powerful engine. With straight 5-star crash test results, the Taurus X is ranked one of the safest cars on the road, making it an excellent choice for families on the move.
Mostly unchanged for 2009, Ford Taurus X photos reveal a versatile family wagon with crossover SUV attributes and three rows of seating. While the default seating capacity is six, with second-row captain's chairs and a two-person split-folding third-row bench, a second-row split bench seat increasing capacity to seven is optional on any trim. With a 3.5L V6 generating 263 hp and 249 lb-ft of torque, the Taurus comes with a conventional 6-speed automatic and front-wheel drive, while AWD is optional. Fuel economy stands at 16 mpg city/24 mpg hwy and 19 mpg combined for the FWD trim level, but AWD drops those numbers to 15 mpg city/22 mpg hwy and 18 mpg combined. The 2009 Ford Taurus X is equipped with plentiful safety features including 4-wheel antilock disc brakes with brake assist, stability control, front-seat side-impact airbags, full-length side curtain airbags, and the SOS Post-Crash Alert System, which honks the horn and turns the flashers if the airbags deploy.