2012 Ford Taurus consumer reviews

$25,555 starting MSRP
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89% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.5
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 4.7
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My second Ford Taurus

Just as I expected, and it has a lot of new tech. since my '92 T. Low mileage and very clean, I am so far happy with it.


I'd get another Taurus Limited

Comfortable, big road car that also gets great mileage (24mpg) at fast highway speeds on I-4. I've put 90,0000 + miles on it, it has 125k now and it's yet to be in the shop!


Best car I've ever owned!

I Never thought I would own a 4 door auto but this one is GREAT. Looks are outstanding and the performance is great. I would highly recommend this car to a friend.


Most Reliable Car I owned

I haven?t had this car for long, but in comparison to my previous car I am completely satisfied. It runs so smooth and quiet, that I hardly hear it when I turn it on. The air conditioner and heated seats are a welcoemd bonus as well. Not to mention the speakers are loud and clear. It is also very spacious amd comfortable.


Great Car from a Great Dealrr

The car is very responsive and the console puts everything right at your finger tips!The trunk is MASSIVE and leaves plenty of room to fit my family comfortably!


a sedan that can compete with the higher end cars

The car has a ton of trunk space, very spacious inside the vehicle lots of leg room, very smooth ride, fun to drive and looks great.


It was nice

When i test drove it the car drove very well i did not like the interior there was ciggarette burns all over the place and that through me iff buy ing it


Most reliable car I have owned.

Bought a 2012 limited with 45,000 miles on it 3 years ago, now have 152,000 and the only repair I have made was the front control arms at 125,000 miles which I considered routine maintenance. Vehicle has every option but a sunroof and to my surprise it all still works! The heated seats, cooled seats, blind spot monitor, adaptive cruise, auto high beams, auto wipers, push start, power seats, power pedals, back up camera and navigation all work great! This car also rides like a dreams little road noise at 75 mph. I did develop a small rattle from under the passenger side seat that was driving me insane but my mechanic traced it down to a loose bolt and I haven't had any problem since. The 12 speaker sony system won't disappoint! Much better than the bose I've had in previous GM products. Speaking of GM products the interior in this car is laid out about 100 times better than anything GM I have ever owned as well. I couldn't be happier with my purchase and will definitely be looking for another ford product for my next vehicle purchase! I have made the decision to drive this car till it can't run anymore (which may be a while from the reliably I have experienced so far). Ford definitely nailed it with this one and has made a life long customer in the process. Would recommend the Taurus to anyone looking for a full size sedan!


A comfortable yet aggressive sedan

The car is sporty and elegant with many of the features of a BMW or Mercedes. The interior is comfortable and has minimal road noise. My biggest disappointment is the rear tail lights have issues with the chrome trim failing - peeling. Ford will not stand behind this problem. The Sync/Nav system has many usable features but is a bit cumbersome to use. The high-end Sony stereo system has sufficient bass and clear treble along with an abundant amount of speakers to give the driver and passenger clear, in-home like HD sound.


first ford in over 20yrs

I like the sync took getting used to just like getting used to fords cruise control. They could have left off the manual shifters on the steering wheel. I love the 3.5L it gets up and moves. i was looking @ a 2012 escape. a little on the small size for my height 6 foot & frame 3XL> I'm gratefull I took some adivce& test drove both no buyers remorse