2019 Ford Taurus | Gus Machado Ford of Hialeah


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2019 Ford Taurus | Gus Machado Ford of Hialeah

The Ford Taurus has been a longstanding Ford model, just like the Explorer and the Ford F-150. It’s a beast that refuses to die and for very good reason. You see, consumers love it and the reasons are many. The Taurus has always been a dependable American sedan and the latest iteration is no different. The 2019 Ford Taurus is a big, spacious vehicle that offers excellent ride quality and oodles of comfort.

There are 4 trim levels – the SE, the SEL, the Limited and of course, the SHO. The former three trim levels are propelled by a 3.5-liter engine that pushed out solid 288 horses. The SHO, which is the flagship variant, is powered by a twin-turbo V6 that delivers around 365 horsepower to all 4 wheels. Yes, the SHO comes with all-wheel-drive as standard. SEL and Limited owners can have it as an option. The ride on the Taurus is soft. You feel like you’re floating on air, which is typical for a large sedan. The SHO variant takes things further and adds a bit of performance. Curvy roads are no problem for the SHO. Even so, the weight of the vehicle makes you feel planted and secure. Inside the new Taurus, you have the latest infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. The interior is roomy, which isn’t surprising for a sedan. The Taurus manages to offer big sedan luxury, which cannot be said for its rivals. This car is the total package.

The 2019 Ford Taurus has performed well in independent and government crash tests. It comes loaded with airbags, stability control, and a rearview camera. But, for an additional $2000, you can have forward-collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and active lane control. The NHTSA provides the Taurus with a 5-star rating for safety. Visit Gus Machado, Hialeah today to test drive the 2019 Ford Taurus. They are the official dealers for the Ford F150 near Miami, the Ford F150 in Hialeah, the Ford Explorer in Hialeah, the Ford Taurus near Miami, and the Ford Escape in Hialeah.

Source: Ford