2018 Ford Taurus Limited price and Reviews- the Taurus isn’t a very good car. Most other large cars have stronger engines that are also more fuel-efficient. The Taurus delivers the plush and comfortable ride you expect from a large sedan, but it’s tricky to maneuver. Inside, this Ford is showing its age; it hasn’t been fully redesigned since 2010. While the overall design looks OK, the materials and quality feel old-fashioned. The seats don’t provide a ton of space, but the trunk is one of the largest in the class. The available SYNC 3 infotainment system is easy to use, but it doesn’t come standard.
The 2018 Ford Taurus has a handsome interior, but it looks older than many competitors, and the materials quality is a step below as well. The thick roof pillars make the cabin feel cramped, and though the seats are comfortable, they aren’t expansive. On the bright side, the available SYNC 3 infotainment system is user-friendly and the trunk is ginormous.
The Ford Taurus seats five and comes with six-way power-adjustable front seats. Available features include 10-way power-adjustable front seats, leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, heated, cooled, and massaging front seats, heated rear seats, and a power rear windshield sunshade.
Though it’s a large sedan, the Taurus doesn’t have as much interior space as many rivals. Even those who think the seats are roomy enough say that the car’s thick roof pillars and so-so outward visibility make the interior feel small. Taller passengers will wish for more head- and legroom.
There are two full sets of LATCH connectors for installing car seats. The tether anchors are easy to identify and use. The lower anchors are also easy to use, though they’re a little hard to get to because they’re set deep in the seat.