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5-19-2010 @ 9:10PM
Just FYI, they do still make the Taurus.Still a piece of crap, but they make it :D
5-19-2010 @ 9:21PM
I can honestly say that I have not seen very many on the roads in the past couple years; ever since they introduced the Focus.Regardless, I feel for you Fox; my first car (that wasn't a "hand-me-down" from my beat-a-car-to-death brothers) was a Taurus. Hideous thing that got horrible gas mileage, had constant electrical problems (at one time I had no power windows, power locks, windshield wipers, or power steering, due to electrical issues) as well as the paint was flaking off when it was barely 5 years old. It really was a PoS, but I had fun in that car...oh, to be back in High School.
5-20-2010 @ 12:22AM
Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated!(love your avatar)Oh, on topic. Ummmm Yay Shadowpriests!
5-20-2010 @ 12:31AM
not an insult here, but im guessing you arent car people lolyou probably see more of the taurus than you think, but they are completely redesigned for 2010, and were renamed the ford 500 for the last 4 or 5 years or so. why ford decided to axe the most well known car name for a random number? who knows. poor marketing decision i guess, or needed to ditch the crappy car stigma, but they realized it and fixed it. and at the same time made the taurus totally badass. http://www.fordvehicles.com/cars/taurus/ i would actually really like to have one, and that would be switching from an 06 mustang gt so i think that says something about the car. especially the taurus SHO, those are pretty awesome. though priced a bit high, and a good new v8 would do about the same mpg and power, so the turbo 6 deal really isnt as sensible as it first seems. just my opinion. but crappy cars? definitely not anymore. its not the 80's anymore, time to dump the ignorant "american cars suck, foreign cars are king!" stereotype, domestics are back at the top and are great cars again. and if you think a camry or accord could even pump the gas for a taurus, or new chevy malibu for that matter, youre a fool!just sayin, theyre out there, you probably just dont realize what they are when you see them because they are much different now than they were.also, the picture for the article was pretty funny stuff. some wicked good paint skills there.
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