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2013 Ford Taurus SHO

The Most Fun You Can Have In A Full-Size, All-Weather American The American full-size segment isn't an overly welcoming place for those of us who worship at the altar of skinny-pedal antics. While European automakers are happy to deliver their customers a raft of monolithic luxury barges with Saturn V levels of thrust, We The People have been largely left with coma-inducing hardware like the Cadillac DTS, Chevrolet Impala and Lincoln MKS. Meanwhile, bruisers like the Mercedes-Benz E550 4Matic, BMW 550i xDrive and Audi A6 all boast all-wheel drive capability with sports-car besting perfo... Read More

Vital Stats

Twin-Turbo 3.5L V6
365 HP / 360 LB-FT
6-Speed Automatic
$46,075 as tested
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