2014 Ford Taurus ratings and reviews

Ford’s 2014 Taurus has been around for a while, but its modern version feels anything but stale. Only minor updates come to the 2014 model, like an available lane-keeping system and new wheel designs, but the Taurus’ four trim levels and options help round out the impressive lineup. The base SE comes with cloth seats, a six-speaker audio system, air conditioning, remote keyless entry, 17-inch wheels, cruise control, and a six-speed auto transmission with Sport mode. SEL gets upgraded cloth seats, a remote start system, and dual-zone automatic climate control, while Limited comes with a rearview camera, a reverse sensing system, 19-inch wheels, ambient lighting, and a universal garage door opener. SHO is all about sportiness with an EcoBoost V6, sport-tuned suspension, all-wheel drive, a rear spoiler, and aluminum pedal covers. A Performance Package for SHO adds upgraded suspension, sports steering, friction brake pads, and an Alcantara-trimmed steering wheel.

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Ford’s 2014 Taurus has been around for a while, but its modern version feels anything but stale. Only minor updates come to the 2014 model, like an available lane-keeping system and new wheel designs, but the Taurus’ four trim levels and options help round out the impressive lineup. The base SE comes with cloth seats, a six-speaker audio system, air conditioning, remote keyless entry, 17-inch wheels, cruise control, and a six-speed auto transmission with Sport mode. SEL gets upgraded cloth seats, a remote start system, and dual-zone automatic climate control, while Limited comes with a rearview camera, a reverse sensing system, 19-inch wheels, ambient lighting, and a universal garage door opener. SHO is all about sportiness with an EcoBoost V6, sport-tuned suspension, all-wheel drive, a rear spoiler, and aluminum pedal covers. A Performance Package for SHO adds upgraded suspension, sports steering, friction brake pads, and an Alcantara-trimmed steering wheel.
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