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1995 Ford Taurus SHOReview
Timothy writes:
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Sho — excellent acceleration matched with a 5 speed manual transmission squeaky over bumps build quality ok, lloks decent with an agressive low sitting stance 25mpg on the highway VERY FUN to drive and love that sound of the secondaries kicking in

Pros: the engine revving past 4k rpms

Cons: brakes

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1995 Ford Taurus SHOReview
Garrett writes:
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Best Car For The Price — Love it, i wouldent get rid of unless i had to, It dirves Great, and has great acceralation, it is really clean, and the motor looks cool, i havent had to do any work on it yet :) and it is really fun to drive, it gets about 18 miles to the gal so not to bad

Pros: Drives Great, Looks Nice, Great Intoior, good paint,

Cons: idler pulley might need replaced soon,

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1995 Ford Taurus SHOReview
Kenda writes:
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Best Little Car Ever! — That car was the best ever! Looked like the average "mom" car, however, it had the stuff! 5-speed, all the bells and whistles! It would flat get up and move...never any issue to get up to speed(ing) on the ramps. Even though it was a sedan, my teenaged boys liked to drive it.

Pros: Beautiful green machine

Cons: It finally was laid to rest after a couple hundred thousand miles

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1995 Ford Taurus SHOReview
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1995 Taurus Sho — WOW. What can I say about my SHO. It was a great car that I miss and kick myself for deciding to sell. A true 4DSC (4 Door Sports Car) with the mighty Yamaha designed/built 3.0 DOHC V6 with a 5 speed manual transmission. The sound of the secondaires opening up and the rush to the 7200 RPM Fuel cut off was addicting! I do feel like an adict during withdrawl.

Pros: The engine - Yammahammer !!!!!

Cons: everything else that says Ford on it....Those fellow SHO owners will understand.

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1995 Ford Taurus SHOReview
Tyson writes:
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Ford Taurus Sho. Solid Ride, Hold On Tight — This car's great, maybe it's not the best on gas with it's V6 Yamaha SHO engine, but it can win you just about any drag you enter. Strong handling, great factory sound kit and power windows, locks and sunroof, it's one of the rarest and best production cars to come out of 1995

Pros: Performance, speed, sound

Cons: Gas

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1995 Ford Taurus SHOReview
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1995 Ford Taurus Sho — great car, engine runs like a champ, over 100k miles, needs her maintenance sure, but its a great car overall. It has dings and dents and my exhaust is loud, but it runs good for the most part. watch out for later on when you develop valve ticks and keep up on maintenance and car will last over 200k miles with proper care

Pros: fast!

Cons: fast.... :(

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1995 Ford Taurus SHOReview
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1995 Ford Taurus Sho (3.2l Auto) — It was a great car...except for the fact that it ws breaking down all the time. My car had been kept in a garage by the previous owner for over a year. Unfortunately we didn't know this until after we realized the power steering lines had dry-rotted. It performed wonderfully though! Repairs tend to be half-again as expensive compared to most other cars.

Pros: Performance, handling, appearance.

Cons: Cost of repair, abusive previous owners.

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1995 Ford Taurus SHOReview
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An Amazing Vehicle. — this car is the bomb. even though its 13 years old, and only has 220 hp, 200 ft-lbs, itll hold its own against many brand new cars. this car can hit 60 in around 6.5 seconds. not bad for a front-wheel-drive car with this low of power. the car is roomy, comfortable, and fast. the engine is superb. the 3.0L V6 was a collaboration between Ford and Yamaha. with its 7400rpm redline and butterfly intake that actuates at 4000rpm, the car is extremely quick. though its naturally aspirated, it pulls like some turbocharged vehicles ive seen. my SHO also has a $1300 Quaife limited slip differential. this differential puts it ahead of many other front-wheel-drive vehicles... even other SHOs. this differential allows my car to launch well, and even continue to apply power to the pavement through curves. i love this car, and would buy another in a heartbeat.

Pros: Powerful, handles extremely well, roomy, comfortable...

Cons: Has a couple of rattles.  Needs some of the details finished off in order to be a perfect car.

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1995 Ford Taurus GLReview
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My Car — I have beat the crap out of this car and it keeps going, its great, though it needs work and is questionable for how long it will keep working, the transmission slips and every once in a while sticks in first, the struts are shot and are expensive (around $900 parts and labor) but even with everything it keeps running, the radiator cracked a while back, but that was fixed with some stop leak (it was actually the water holding tank), I have had to replace the thermostat, and the AC has died but its still a pretty good car. it has been run for around 140k miles and many times has gone on dirt roads and been bounced and beat.

Pros: takes a beating and keeps working

Cons: struts are pricey

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1995 Ford Taurus GLReview
Sean writes:
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Roflcopter — I bought this as my first car for $500. It had over 160,000k on it, hardly any rust, clean inside and out, and ran smooth.

Pros: Reliable, solid, parts rarely broke.  She'd still be running strong if I didn't crash it. $30 bucks and you could drive all day long.

Cons: High mileage, sluggish, spongy handling

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