2006 Ford Taurus
109,633 Miles
$5,506

New Ulm, MN
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2006 Ford Taurus
118,550 Miles
$3,900

Mobridge, SD
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2006 Ford Taurus
125,012 Miles
$2,999

Cedartown, GA
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2006 Ford Taurus
156,121 Miles
$9,000

Bardstown, KY
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2006 Ford Taurus
102,377 Miles
$4,500

Fayetteville, AR
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2006 Ford Taurus
104,339 Miles
$5,747

Woodburn, OR
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2006 Ford Taurus
147,493 Miles
$4,000

Chattanooga, TN
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2006 Ford Taurus
119,230 Miles
$3,295

Oregon, OH
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2006 Ford Taurus
155,865 Miles
$3,650

Marshall, MN
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2006 Ford Taurus
122,257 Miles
$4,999

Kingsport, TN
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2006 Ford Taurus
80,240 Miles
$3,995

Portage, MI
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2006 Ford Taurus
71,476 Miles
$4,977

Salem, OR
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2006 Ford Taurus
183,706 Miles
$2,699

Alexandria, LA
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2006 Ford Taurus
238,669 Miles
$3,995

Dillsburg, PA
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2006 Ford Taurus
117,000 Miles
$3,950

Somers, CT
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2006 Ford Taurus
160,185 Miles
$2,800

Woburn, MA
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2006 Ford Taurus
118,551 Miles
$4,490

Jefferson City, MO
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2006 Ford Taurus
176,713 Miles
$3,991

Spokane, WA
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2006 Ford Taurus
123,561 Miles
$5,995

Brillion, WI
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2006 Ford Taurus
134,410 Miles
$3,500

St Charles, IL
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2006 Ford Taurus Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.0
2 Reviews
Overall
3.0
Value
2.5
Performance
3.5
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
2.5

2006 Ford Taurus Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Ford Taurus - Problems, Problems, Problems

Bethany
Fortville, Indiana
Overall
2.0
Value
1.0
Performance
3.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
All in all, I guess the Taurus has been a pretty reliable car. Unfortunately, due to the amount of issues that I've had with it, whether large or small, I have grown to highly dislike this vehicle.
Story
None that I can remember
Pros
It's got decent gas mileage and the engine and transmission have done pretty well for it being an older vehicle.
Cons
Everything cosmetic is terrible. It's a horribly ugly car, the interior is cheap and fades and wears away (leather). The car is basically falling apart from the inside out. The door panel is hanging off, the latch for the sunroof is broken. The CD player has stopped working. I mean the car is old, but it's not THAT old.

2006 Ford Taurus - Reliable car with nice features.

Todd
Charlotte, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
This is a full-sized sedan. It feels very large when you're driving it, and that may or not be something you like in a car. The car has lasted eleven years now and is still in excellent shape. It runs fine. The A/C is cold, and the heat is hot.
Story
I remember accidentally leaving my trunk open at a nearby mall and returning a few hours later to find two squirrels inside there. That was pretty funny.
Pros
Runs well and reliably. That's the main concern for anyone without tons of disposable income to throw at car repairs. The car's interior is huge. You're not going to be cramped in this thing during a city drive or extended road trip. The design of the front seat is really cleaver and nice. The driver seat and passenger seat are connected to create a three-person seat. But the middle seat-bottom can be folded forward to produce a tray and cup holder. The seat-back of the middle position can also be folded down to produce an armrest. It's pretty cool. The emergency break was moved to the dri... (more)
Cons
The pressure that the breaks apply to the wheels seems to turn "on/off" very rapidly, and the overall effect is a shuddering when breaking. That might be caused by small wheel deformation. I'm not sure. The fuel economy is nothing to write home about, but it's also not terrible. The trunk button on the key fob activates on the first press instead of on a double press. This makes it easily to accidentally open your trunk while handling your keys, and if you don't notice it when it happens, there's a potential for theft/car damage. I will say that at this point the radio/media center is hope... (more)

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