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2010 Ford Taurus Preview Detroit MI

Once the best-selling car in the U.S., the Ford Taurus is redesigned for 2010, marking its fourth generational change since it debuted to critical acclaim for 1986. That first Taurus was a dramatic, trend-setting vehicle that popularized aerodynamic automobile design, a sonic boom from Detroit that proved that the domestics remained dominant.

Bob Maxey Ford, Inc.
(313) 392-9200
1833 E. Jefferson Ave
Detroit, MI
 
Fairlane Ford
(888) 999-FORD
14585 Michigan Ave
Dearborn, MI
 
Village Ford Inc.
(313) 565-3900
23535 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn, MI
 
Roy O'Brien, Inc.
(586) 776-7600
22201 Nine Mile Rd
St Clair Shores, MI
 
Bill Brown Ford
(734) 421-7000
32222 Plymouth Road
Livonia, MI
 
Wolverine Ford Truck Sales Inc
(313) 849-0800
3550 Wyoming
Dearborn, MI
 
Bob Thibodeau Ford
(586) 755-2100
26333 Van Dyke
Centerline, MI
 
Pat Milliken Ford Inc.
(800) 736-9071
9600 Telegraph Rd
Redford Twp, MI
 
Southgate Ford
(734) 282-3636
16501 Fort Street
Southgate, MI
 
Dean Sellers Ford
(800) 906-6073
2600 W. Maple Road
Troy, MI
 

2010 Ford Taurus Preview

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Critical Knowledge:
  • Standard self-sealing Easy-Fuel capless fuel filler system
  • New Intelligent Access system (keyless unlocking and push-button ignition)
  • New MyKey parental programming feature
  • Available all-wheel-drive (AWD) system
  • Available Ford Sync with 911 Assist and Vehicle Health Report
  • Available navigation with 3D landmarks and Sirius Traffic Link
  • Available blind-spot information system with Cross Traffic Alert
  • Available adaptive cruise control with Collision Warning
  • Available Multi-contour front seats with massage and bottom cushion Active Motion
  • Available Sony premium audio with 10 GB hard drive that holds 2,400 uploaded songs
  • Base price is $25,995
  • Built in Chicago, IL
  • On sale in summer of 2009

Introduction
Once the best-selling car in the U.S., the Ford Taurus is redesigned for 2010, marking its fourth generational change since it debuted to critical acclaim for 1986. That first Taurus was a dramatic, trend-setting vehicle that popularized aerodynamic automobile design, a sonic boom from Detroit that proved that the domestics remained dominant. Ford attempted the same trick in 1996, but this time midsize sedan buyers didn't want polarizing design, preferring conservative models from Honda and Toyota. Ford replaced the Taurus with the Fusion in 2006, leaving its venerable nameplate to wither, adorned to innocuous rental cars available through Hertz, Budget and Enterprise.

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