Introduced in 1985 (as a 1986 model), the Ford Taurus spans six model generations. Not many makes and models can claim multiple generations, let alone production runs spanning more than 20 years. The Taurus can. Just as other manufacturers have their luxury version, so to does Ford with its Mercury version, called the Sable. Oddly, Ford competed with itself, releasing the Ford Taurus SHO, a high performance version in 1989, 1999 and 2010, sort of sandwiched in and around the Sable runs. By any measure, the Ford Taurus is the quintessential American car, selling thousands and thousands of units over the years. Over time, it has evolved into your basic, yet distinct midsize vehicle, replete with front wheel drive, comfort, room and a competitive price among all family-oriented sedans.
AutoMall.com has 4,814 Ford Taurus models listed for sale across the country. Prices start at $800 and have an average price of $15,495. It is available in these trim levels: G, GL, L, LX, Limited Edition, Police Interceptor, SE, SEL, SES and SHO. Available drivetrains include: AWD and FWD.