2009 Ford Taurus X Review
With its good power, convenient interior features and great crash test scores, the Ford Taurus X is a good choice for those who put substance over style.
Introduced in 2008, the Taurus X replaced the Freestyle in Ford's lineup and shares its styling cues with the Taurus sedan, which itself replaces the Ford Five Hundred. Confused yet? Despite all the replacement and name changes, one constant is that the Taurus X is a good car. Most reviewers say it's a safe and comfortable crossover wagon with decent power and good room for both passengers and cargo.
Reviewers generally find the Taurus X to be a good value. Its sticker price, says Car and Driver, "puts it in the same territory as the GMC Acadia/Saturn Outlook twins as one of the few relatively affordable, full-size, seven-passenger crossovers on the market."
The Taurus X is available in SEL, Eddie Bauer and Limited trim levels.
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- "The 2009 Ford Taurus X is a good choice for families who want near-minivan functionality in an SUV-ish package." -- Edmunds
- "I am happy to report that I still love my Freestyle, and am even happier to report that Ford has improved on an already great car in the Taurus X." -- Mother Proof
- "Smooth and quiet, the Taurus X, by any other name, remains one of the better people-movers available." -- The Orlando Sentinel