Review: 2015 Ford Taurus

The 2015 Ford Taurus returns to the dealership as one of the most popular full-sized sedans on the road today. Add in some new color choices and a new rearview camera standard on lower trims, this Taurus is an easy choice.


You can get your Taurus in three new colors — Bronze Fire, Magenta and Caribou. There are plenty of new great technologies on the lower trims. For instance:

– A power moonroof and power-adjustable pedals are now available on the Taurus Limited Limited.

– The Taurus SE model is now available with a rearview camera and Ford’s SYNC.

– A reverse sensing system and Intelligent Access with Push-Button Start is now available on the Taurus SEL Trim.



Let’s start with SYNC, now standard on every Ford Taurus. Unfamiliar with SYNC? Drivers can use simple voice commands to take control of more than 60 available apps that run on connected smartphones, while keeping hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. The list of compatible apps includes programs for entertainment, news, traffic, navigation and more.

This innovative full-size sedan is also available with MyFord Touch®, which replaces many traditional buttons, knobs and gauges with clear, colorful LCD screens and steering wheel-mounted five-way toggles. These screens can be personalized to display information relevant to each driver by using voice commands, keeping the driver’s eyes on the road and hands on the wheel.


Beyond the great technology, the Taurus is also know for its fuel economy. It’s the most fuel-efficient gasoline-powered full-sized sedan, with EPA estimated 32 MPG on the highway, when equipped with the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine.


Under the hood, Ford offers many different engine choices for optimal fuel economy and power.

We’ve already talked about the 2.0-liter EcoBoost with the great fuel economy. Or choose the 3.5 liter V6 and 3.5 liter EcoBoost V6 on the Taurus SHO. ike all Ford EcoBoost engines, this 3.5-liter produces peak torque across a broad plateau from 1,500 rpm to 5,250 rpm. Peak torque building quickly off idle ensures responsive acceleration. From the driver’s seat, the result is linear power delivery.

Combining direct injection and a pair of turbochargers, the EcoBoost V6 avoids lag by employing impellers that spool up quickly for swift response. This Taurus SHO combination of power, consistent torque delivery, all-wheel drive and up to EPA-estimated rating of 25 mpg on the highway is unmatched by competitors.


Kelley Blue Book:

The 2015 Ford Taurus is classic American big-car motoring, with tons of cargo space, and the kind of driving feel that soaks up hundreds of miles a day without breaking a sweat. The Taurus SHO does so quickly, while the 4-cylinder model saves fuel along the way.

The Car Connection:

The Ford Taurus continues in its role of luxury and technology flagship for the Ford brand.

So learn more about the Taurus now, and then visit Waikem Ford yourself to see why the Taurus is the perfect choice for full-sized comfortable driving.

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About Jeff Russ

Lead blogger and content writer for the Waikem Auto Family in Massillon, Ohio. Product specialist in Ford, Nissan, Subaru, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, and Mitsubishi models. 2008 Graduate of Kent State University with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Married to wife Christina. Resides in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

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