The Taurus enters 2005 again available in four models: SE Sedan, SE Wagon, SEL Sedan, and SEL Wagon. All models feature a 3.0L V-6 engine... Read More
The Taurus enters 2005 again available in four models: SE Sedan, SE Wagon, SEL Sedan, and SEL Wagon. All models feature a 3.0L V-6 engine that produces 155 horsepower and 185 ft-lbs of torque. Standard equipment on the Sable includes a four-speed automatic transmission, keyless entry remote system, front and rear mudguards, and power convenience features. The optional Safety and Security Package features traction control, anti-lock brakes, and front side impact airbags. Other available options include a Mach sound system with CD changer, a power moonroof, a rear spoiler, leather seats, and premium wheels. Minimize
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Product Review Summary
8 Reviews from Epinions.com
Oct 23, 2010
smooth riding vehicle
Pros: Large Trunk
Cons: trouble with the windows, possibly an electrical issue
May 5, 2009
Ford Taurus SE Sedan
Pros: It is really good on gas.
Cons: Sometimes, it's not big enough for my family. Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 14, 2005
What Have You Done For Me Lately?
Pros: Consistency, Pricing, Comfort
Cons: No Longer Ford's Flagship Sedan
Jan 25, 2007
2005 Taurus A Good Family Car
Pros: affordable price, reliability, roomy, traditional look inside and out.
Cons: noisy motor at idle, sloppy shifting at low speed, depreciated faster than most cars
Feb 17, 2008
A little too fussy for this climate
Pros: good ride, roomy, decent gas mileage
Cons: bad design causes water to get in and short out blower motor
Jan 8, 2005
Uninspired but decent basic transporation
Pros: Comfortable on long trips, understated but handsome styling, can be had for cheap.
Cons: Underpowered, questionable build quality, quick to depreciate.
Aug 27, 2005
Ford No More?
Pros: Roomy with decent sized trunk.
Cons: Soft ride, not well powered, and boring interior.