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2008 Ford Taurus Limited 4dr Sedan FWD

2008 Ford Taurus
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Large
18 mpg city / 28 mpg hwy
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May 4, 2019  By Alison Lakin, Associate Editor
The dramatic transformation of the 2008 Ford Taurus is akin to that of the new Chevrolet Malibu's and surprises buyers who expect all things yawn-inducing.
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2008 Tauras
Car is running fine, though front struts make noises over speed bumps. Lots of room inside, so great for taking customers to lunch. Sync system is great, too. Love the big trunk. For a sedan I expected a better, quiet ride. My Acadia has a better ride and is quieter.

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New Car Test Drive Review – Ford is bringing back the Taurus, but don't expect to see any of those familiar oval shapes in this new version of what not that long ago was the best-selling car in the United States. Source:

First Drive: 2008 Ford Taurus – Born Again: Reinvented and coming in on little cat's feet Source:

US News Ranking – The 2008 Ford Taurus ranks 4 out of 10 Affordable Large Cars. Source:

New York Times Review – The Rerunning of the Bulls. Source:

CNet Review – The 2008 Ford Taurus demonstrates that, although Ford builds good quality cars, it still can't come up with a logical product lineup. Source:

Automobile Magazine Review – The news that Ford would slap the Taurus name and the company's suddenly ubiquitous three-bar grille on the slow-selling Five Hundred sedan was greeted with hosannas by the Detroit-based automotive press, which acted as if Ford's management team had sudde Source:

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