1996 Ford TaurusJim1971a - Mount Holly, NJ 0806001/09/2007
The Taurus has a reputation for bad transmissions, especially from the early '90s. The 1996 is better than earlier models so far as the transmission, but it's still NOT a great transmission.
I had a '92 Taurus where the transmission failed completely. This car also has transmission issues. When put into drive, car jumps forward when the gear connects. Sometimes it shifts roughly. I've had to take it to the dealer for the transmission.
The 3.0 V6 is plenty of power for regular driving.
2013 Ford TaurusGary Davis - Moyock, NC04/20/2017
Comfortable Ride, many electronic features, Auto seat position memory, comfortable seats, excellent climate control, great stereo. Great remote start, heated and air conditioned seats. Needed new battery, (stranded my wife and mother-in-law) and key fob. (Fixed for free and a free oil change thrown in.) Dealer damaged (chipped upper edge in 3 places) driver's window with their key lockbox device, its an eyesore that I wish I'd have had them fix..
Ford got this one so right!!!!
2010 Ford TaurusAlonzo - Laurel, MD01/08/2015
This car is really much better than I thought it would be. I chose this car because of it's horsepower, I don't like a car under 300 HP but I must say that I am partial to 8 cylinder engines and being that this is a twin turbo 6 cylinder I was skeptical of how it will react but I have found that the power is there on tap. I still prefer a natural aspired 8 cylinder but I am not sorry I bought this car.
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