2019 Ford Taurus Model Review

18/26  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
7.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
20.1  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2019 Ford Taurus?

In 2019, the Ford Taurus arrives with a bold new look, more power, and an impressive safety package with the latest in driver-assist amenities. This year, the Taurus has been sculpted, carefully crafted, and re-designed to have a more appealing exterior. The latest Taurus standout amenities like a bold front grille, a wide stance, and enhanced lights give it a distinct and commanding presence. Inside, amenities like leather seats, which are either standard or available, and a high-tech driver infotainment display screen make the Taurus stand out among its mid-size sedan competition. In fact, for all it offers, the Taurus takes the lead as the #6 mid-size sedan. If you're ready to test drive a Taurus, or if you simply have questions about this prestigious Ford sedan, don't hesitate to let us know!

2019 Ford Taurus Interior

2019 Taurus Offers Four Trims & is Feature-Rich

This year, there are four trim levels of the Taurus to consider. The base model is called the SE. Its notable features include solar-tinted glass windows, power-operated side mirrors with blind spot monitoring, and LED tail lights. Another notable highlight of this trim level is that it comes with a security keypad system that lets you get into the car if you've left your key elsewhere. Inside, the SE features an interior packed with goodies, including air conditioning, carpeted floor mats, and a center console in the front seat with extra storage and cup holders. There are three grab handles for convenience, and the latest Taurus comes with reading lamps. A backup camera helps you get out of tough parking spaces, and a rear window defroster makes it easy to drive around in winter conditions.

The next trim level is the SEL. This trim level adds a cool Ice Blue instrument lighting background. Its additional features include a leather-wrapped shift knob, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and standard satellite radio in addition to the base AM/FM radio that the base model offers. There are more available amenities with this trim too, including optional navigation with the infotainment system. Following the SEL is the Limited. This trim level builds on the SEL's offerings with heated leather-trimmed seats. It also comes with more standard safety features, including driver-assist aids like frontal collision avoidance and lane departure warning. The Limited gets a distinct look from first glance with chrome-accented mirrors, auto-dimming side mirrors, and a driver memory setting. This trim level's optional amenities include a power-operated moonroof and an automatic reverse system. You also have the option of adding special floor liners and a cargo organizer package on this trim level.

Last but not least is the SHO. This trim level adds a premium wood-accented steering wheel, remote start capability, and premium leather seats. It also has custom interior "SHO" accents, including hand-stitched emblems, to distinguish it from the other trim levels.

2019 Ford Taurus Horsepower

2019 Ford Taurus Exterior FrontThe 2019 Taurus is powered by one of two engines. One is standard on all but the base model, while the other one is standard on the premier SHO trim. The base engine is a 3.5L, six-cylinder engine that produces up to 288 HP at 6,500 RPM. The second engine option, which is standard on the SHO, is a six-cylinder, 3.5L engine that generates up to 365 HP at 5,500 RPM. Both engines are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, and they are coupled with either all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive.

Ford Taurus Safety

2019 Ford Taurus Exterior RearSafety is certainly a priority in the 2019 Taurus, which has a number of standard and available safety features. Airbags throughout the cabin are the notable standard safety amenities. Its advanced safety features, which are standard on some trim levels and available on others, include an array of driver-assist amenities like forward collision alert and blind-spot monitoring. A child seat safety lock and seat belt pre-tensioners are standard safety features that all Taurus owners will appreciate.

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