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Stock Number: 15676443
Location: CarMax Ontario in Los Angeles, California 91764
Description Used 2010 Ford Taurus SHO for sale - $12,599, 100,700 miles with , Bluetooth, 4WD/AWD, 4WD/AWD
Transmission: Automatic Color: Silver Avg. Vehicle Review: 4.696 (312 reviews) "For a mid-size car, it is roomy in the rear which allows those with long legs a comfortable ride. Although it is not a "muscle car" it has plenty of get up and go and can hold its own against similar vehicles when it comes to acceleration. Gas mileage is decent and when traveling on long trips it offers a comfortable ride."
*Price excludes tax, title & tags. Dealer fees up to $299 may apply.
For a mid-size car, it is roomy in the rear which allows those with long legs a comfortable ride. Although it is not a "muscle car" it has plenty of get up and go and can hold its own against similar vehicles when it comes to acceleration. Gas mileage is decent and when traveling on long trips it offers a comfortable ride.
As a two-time Taurus owner, I recently rented a 2010 Taurus when out of town for a class reunion. I like the look and feel of this vehicle - it has a heavier and larger feel than my current 2006, but it handles very well. My only dislike is that the rear doors did not seem well-sealed. I did a lot of driving on dusty country roads and when I opened the back doors, huge plumes of dust came out, and the back seat and contents were covered in dust. I would hope that it was just that particular car, and not indicative of all 2010 Tauruses. Other than that, I love everything about this year and model.
Gas mileage is my first complaint. I drove a Mercury Marquis for the last 14 years (a 2001 and a 2007) they both got much better mileage than this Taurus. The Taurus is really hard to see out of. I am 5'9 and my husband is 6'2" both of us complain about the difficulty seeing out of it. The back seat head rests block visibility. The rear end sits so high that even with the back up camera I have found that it sometimes does "see" obstacles like steep embankments. The front end blocks visibility when going over a steep drop (we live in a mountainous area) so these 2 may be specific problems to the terrain we live in.