2015 Ford Taurus Values
Select a 2015 Ford Taurus trim level
2015 model year changes
The Ford Taurus gets only a minor set of feature changes for 2015. A rearview camera system and Sync with MyFord are now standard on the base SE model, while a Reverse Sensing System is newly standard on the SEL. Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start is a new option on the SEL, while power-adjustable pedals with memory settings are now standard on the Taurus Limited. A power moonroof is also now more widely available on the Limited. Separately, 20-inch wheels are newly standard on the performance-oriented Taurus SHO for 2015, with the previous 19-inch wheels discontinued. Through the entire model line, there are three new exterior colors, with Bronze Fire Metallic, Magnetic Metallic and Caribou Metallic replacing Sunset Metallic, Sterling Gray Metallic and Kodiak Brown Metallic.
Spacious back seat and trunk; ride comfort; fuel-efficiency; available all-wheel drive; high-performance SHO model
Special features for 2015
The Taurus is a very spacious 5-passenger sedan, and on a comfort, feature, and safety level is on par with many luxury brands. With its overall length of about 203 inches, there's plenty of back-seat space, legroom and ease of entry. Trunk space as well is more than 20 cubic feet, which makes it one of the largest in this class. Within the Taurus lineup, you also get plenty of opportunity for choice. From the 2.0L "EcoBoost" engine, which allows up to 32 mpg highway, to all-wheel-drive versions of the standard models, which might be able to replace utility vehicles for some all-weather concerns, to the high-performance SHO model, the Taurus plays a wide range of roles for those needing a large sedan.