The once-ubiquitous Taurus is now a thing of the past after Ford suspended sales of passenger cars. All that's left are models like escape and explorers which have been cannibalizing their own margins with no sign of hope in sight to stop this trend anytime soon.
The only non-truck/SUV option you'll find on dealership lots nowadays is Mustang - but there’s still some life left in traditional three-box sedans!
Ford Middle East has just announced the new Taurus sedan and it's a car that looks familiar. Unlike its differently-badged twin, this one will be coming to dealerships soon - but there are some things you might want before buying!
The vehicle combines aspects from both worlds: while still retaining elements found only in more expensive cars like leather seats or navigation systems with backup cameras, yet also maintaining affordability by using lower-quality materials such as plastic instead of metal on steering wheels (although we're sure many drivers couldn't tell). In any case, take note if your next purchase is going anywhere near an auto show.
Fresh Taurus is packed with the style and performance to keep up with your fast lifestyle. With striking front-end features like an intricately detailed grille, and round back you'll find a neatly integrated rear spoiler that's sure not to be bored by those who meet it on public roads - which means we can't either!
interestingly, the Taurus enjoys great popularity in Middle Eastern countries like Saudi Arabia where it's one of their most popular vehicles. This can be attributed to its status as a well-sought after car by those looking for luxurious transportation that offers them plenty more space without having too much weight on their shoulders when purchasing such things from American companies who oftentimes make these decisions based on what sells rather than quality assurance or customer satisfaction because if you know anything about America itself - quantity over quality goes all day long!
The buyer of this vehicle will be able to enjoy all the standard features that are present on any other car. adaptive cruise control, blind-spot intervention, and collision mitigation come standard along with wireless charging for their phone! Tech lovers can also take advantage of a 13-inch centrally mounted screen that has apple Carplay as well as Android Auto so you don't have anything holding back your favorite apps or games when driving around town. There are three-wheel sizes available plus panoramic sunroofs just waiting inside these fancy wheels.
Ford's newest model, the Taurus has been put through its paces in hot weather conditions. The car is able to withstand stresses from across various regions due to a variety of features that are on board including an engine capacity for power demands throughout different environments as well as transmission technology which can handle heat fluctuations with ease."
Ford may have taken the wraps off its new Taurus sedan, but don't get your hopes up. The car won’t be coming back to America and you should thank a crossover for that as well because it's happening across Europe with their three-door Fiestas going out of production now too! In 2022 there was also an end in sight for this model here at home - so goodbye again European Taurus lovers everywhere.