2007 Ford Taurus consumer reviews

$21,060 starting MSRP
side view of 2007 Taurus Ford
81% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.2
  • Interior design 4.0
  • Performance 4.1
  • Value for the money 4.1
  • Exterior styling 3.6
  • Reliability 4.2
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This car is very reliable, good match for college kids to drive to and fro from college. Drives well in adverse weather, ease of handling.



Reliable car that holds the road well. Good performing v6 engine that has good acceleration. Handles well with a comfortable interior . Typical Ford sedan


This car is a dream to drive on the highway.

Ride is real smooth in city and highway driving. Much better than the older style Taurus or Contour. I like the center console, also the leg room in the back seat.


Awful American Car Model

Car has constantly broken down and caused headaches for 6 years. Quality like this in an American-made car makes me ashamed to be an American.


this car was great for what i needed

I couldn't have wished for more out of this car. it was reliable, good on gas mileage, comfortable, and had plenty of trunk space for my small business cargo. I really got my money's worth with the Taurus.


For the price it's a fantastic vehicle

Cosmetically not great but decent running car. It needs new tires and has an oil leak but besides that...One heck of a deal!


3.0l V6 Vulcan

Unfortunately, given the quantity of former fleet vehicles that were Tauruses, not many of these cars will end up in good homes. I picked up a 2007 in 2015 with 160,000 miles for $1500. Regrettably, the fuel pump went out within a week of getting the car and later I had to deal with several other issues including replacing all 3 catalytic converters (was a California car originally) and nurturing my transmission with new fluid and filter every 10,000 miles. Saying this, for the most part it got me where I wanted to go and even completed a 2500 mile road trip to Utah in the middle of winter, front wheel drive tackling the icy roads like a champ. Look out for Tauruses with the Duratec motor if you really want one; they're a little more fun. I sold mine after 2 years with 180,000 for around the same amount of money I bought it for and while I don't miss the bland exterior styling and sluggish powertrain, the Taurus was one of the most comfortable and roomy cars I've owned for the money.


Very reliable, strong vehicle.

I own a 2007 Ford Taurus. I bought it with around 150k miles on October 13th, 2016. The car itself is powerful considering it is a V6 engine and I am typically the only passenger. I made the mistake of buying it without examining under the hood. I have since put in a lot of money repairing item after item. Luckly, they were not associated with the engine or transmission. Anyway, this car can reach the speeds you want, accelerates well if you want it to, and even has overdrive. My car hits 3000 RPM at 60mph, but with overdrive it is only 2000 RPM. That is a serious change to the acceleration and top speed. Mine only has cloth interior, but it is quite comfortable, the back trunk has excessive space, and the outside is okay. I don't prefer the 2007 sedan look, but I need a car, not necessarily a Ferrari


Very good dependable car

I purchased this car from a friend of mine. Its very comfortable car, it doesn't ask a lot just gas. Very smooth and soft on roads. Hardly recommended specially for student like me.


It was a great car and I was sad I could not buy.

I really enjoy the comfort and smooth ride of the car. It was ashamed I could not afford as I love Ford Taurus. I highly recommend it to anyone.