The Taurus is a large American sedan that boasts an EPA-estimated 22 MPG city, 32 MPG highway, and 26 MPG combined. Three engines vie for the buyer's choice, including the traditional V6, the more powerful turbocharged V6, and the fuel-efficient EcoBoost with four cylinders. Optional on the Limited and SHO trims are multicontour seats for driver and front passenger. They reduce muscle fatigue through seven air cushions that roll subtly against the seat back and bottom. In all trims, folding down the 60-40 split rear seats increases the carrying capacity of the 20.1 cu. ft. trunk. These features allow the Taurus to reign as Ford's five-passenger flagship.
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A dome light for the front, a map lamp, and rear-seat reading lamp brighten the interior. Passengers are couched in environmentally-friendly soy-based seat cushions with head support provided by four-way adjustable headrests. All trim levels have rear-seat vents while the Limited and SHO models provide second-row heated seats.
No more gas caps with the Easy Fuel filler. Just insert a gas nozzle through the spring-loaded door to fill up. When you remove the nozzle, the seal automatically closes, preventing more emissions from evaporating into the environment. Power side mirrors integrate views of the blind spot.