The 2015 Ford Taurus line varies in weight depending on the model, according to Ford; the SHO weighs 4,327 pounds, while the standard front-wheel-drive sedan with a 2.0-liter engine weighs 3,858 pounds. The front-wheel drive model with a 3.5-liter engine weighs 3,917 pounds, and the all-wheel-drive model weighs 4,140 pounds.Know More
A review of the 2013 Taurus SHO model by Wired.com indicates that while the car is relatively heavy at more than two tons, its 3.50-liter EcoBoost V6 engine and six-speed SelectShift automatic transmission make it fast and nimble on the road.
Edmunds reports that the original Ford Taurus weighed about 3,200 pounds.Learn more about Car Makes & Models
Users can program spare key fobs for an existing integrated keyhead transmitter using two existing programmed keys and the steps outlined in the Ford Taurus user manual. The 2015 Taurus can have a maximum of eight coded keys, only four of which can be integrated keyhead transmitters.Full Answer >
The fuel capacity of a 2015 Ford Taurus is 19 gallons. The front-wheel drive model with a V6 engine averages 19 miles per gallon in the city and 29 mpg on the highway, while the all-wheel drive version gets 18 and 26 mpg, respectively.Full Answer >
A basic two-wheel drive model of the Ford F-250 with a regular cab weighs 5,648 pounds. The four-wheel drive model weighs 6,114 pounds.Full Answer >
A 2015 Ford F-150 truck weighs between 5,941 and 8,611 pounds depending on the model, features and type of wheels. The DRW models typically weigh more than the SRW models, and cars with 20-inch wheels tend to weigh more than those with 17- or 18-inch wheels.Full Answer >