The speedometer tells the story. The circular loop starts at 0 m.p.h. and doesn't stop for about 180 degrees until it reaches 140 m.p.h. This is not an economy car. Nor is it the industry mileage champ or even a runner-up. It's the Taurus SHO, the muscle-bulging performance version of the Ford family sedan, with power supplied sumo-style, thanks to Yamaha of Japan and its... Read full review for the 1992 Ford Taurus
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I loved the reliability of the car. The best thing about it was the ability to not worry about weather or not the car would start in the morning so that I could get to work. But if you wreck the car a... Read Full Review
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