It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the new Ford Taurus, just look at it. Room plus luxury plus SHO equals a happy driver! But it’s not just me that’s impressed, the 2010 Taurus Reviews are starting to arrive, and they all seem to contain great news.
Starting with Edmunds.com:
The redesigned 2010 Ford Taurus is extruded, straked and chromed with an exuberant sense of style, as if it had drunk several glasses of Cadillac water. It’s expressive and modern, less wacky than the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger, far more handsome than the Honda Accord, Mazda 6, Nissan Altima, Toyota Camry and Volkswagen Passat, all of which have that turnip disease thing.
The Detroit News:
The 2010 Ford Taurus, a car worthy of the original Taurus name and deserving of the title “flagship.”
There are a lot of boxes to check to truly become a brand’s top-of-the-line vehicle. The Taurus doesn’t miss any. It’s the most technologically advanced, quietest, most comfortable, largest sedan in Ford’s fleet.
It’s the premium premiere vehicle Ford has — and even SHOs off its capabilities with a performance 365-horsepower version.
From Jalponik “More Hot, Less Bull”:
Make no mistake, the new Taurus is a battle cry from a more lean, more mean and more hungry Ford Motor Company. With even the most passing review of the new Taurus you can’t help but take notice. Ford isn’t aiming at best in class here, they’re aiming at “best in world.”