Do the ford Taurus' you guys own have all wheel drive?

Asked by Feb 12, 2013 at 07:38 PM about the Ford Taurus

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never....a taurus...never!

Are you being sarcastic? This is my first car, and I need one with all wheel drive..and I've heard people say they do and the don't.

by all, you mean two, yes I'm with you but never in my life have seen sumptin' like that. Great. Good luck findin' parts for that one.

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The AWD was available in the Ford Taurus from 2008 to 2013.

why? pray tell, isn't the market already flooded with this business?

trade 'er in for a two wheel monster, you don't need to be luggin another drive train along with you wherever you go? do you. seems like.

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who says a first car should have allwheel? they all go point a and b ,I talk to many that are content with their basic one wheel drive pickup

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A person will get used to grippin with all four paws, then when they drive a rental will not know how to handle a car anymore- Unless your sloloming on the ross ice shelf, really don't feel it~

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I purposefully bought fwd because the awd eats gas.

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Also, the advanced track works great in the snow. I have no idea why anyone would buy it in awd. Seriously, my 2008 fwd taurus is fantastic as is.

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