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RSS Report: 2013 Ford Taurus SHO gets $1,045 price increase


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Ford has announced pricing for the refreshed 2013 Taurus SHO, and buyers can look forward to paying a little more for the big performance sedan. Inside Line reports the price has inched up to $39,995 including destination, or $1,045 more than the 2012 model.

As before, that kind of cash will buy you a turbocharged, direct-injection Ecoboost 3.5-liter V6 good for 365 horsepower as well as a six-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. If that isn't enough to raise your eyebrows, Ford is continuing to offer the SHO performance package, complete with a more robust cooling system, more serious brake hardware and flashy 20-inch wheels.

Of course, that package also throws in a traction control system with a true 'off' mode. Yes, we're grinning from ear to ear. Unfortunately, the performance package has also climbed a bit compared to last year. The pieces will set you back $1,995, or about a grand more than in 2012.

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Hard to believe ten years ago, the Taurus was a cheaply built pile of shit. I've been in the 2010-2012 models, amazing turnaround.

I've noticed a somewhat cult following of the Taurus. My friend, his sister, my grandmother, my dad, and one of his friends love or loved thier Taurus'. If you ever bring up the Ford Taurus with my grandma she goes on a tangent about how much she loved it over her Ford Focus.

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I think he's yakking about the Taurus in general. As garbage as they looked, they lasted for a damn long time.

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Yeah, but most of the accounts are from the 3rd gen

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I've never seen anyone like the old Taurus/Sable models. :lol: especially the 3rd gen's notoriously bad rear springs that were known to break and snap. Not to mention the body roll and insanely mushy suspension, I hate test driving those things at work.

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