Ford Taurus Fuel Consumption


 Taurus (China) 2015-now

Taurus (China) | 2015-now

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
EcoBoost 180 Petrol (Gasoline) - - 33 mpg
7.1 L/100km
40 mpg (UK)
EcoBoost 245 Petrol (Gasoline) - - 29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
EcoBoost 325 V6 Petrol (Gasoline) - - 25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
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 Taurus VI (facelift) 2013-2019

Taurus VI (facelift) | 2013-2019

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
SHO 3.5 V6 AWD Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
20 mpg
11.8 L/100km
24 mpg (UK)
3.5 V6 24V AWD Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
26 mpg
9 L/100km
31 mpg (UK)
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
2.0 EcoBoost Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 22 mpg
10.7 L/100km
26 mpg (UK)
32 mpg
7.4 L/100km
38 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
3.5 V6 24V Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
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Poor maintenance can influence the fuel consumption of your vehicle and raise it by 10%. It’s important to change the fuel filter and the oil regularly, and use an oil filter in the engine. Dirt can destroy the engine and result in huge consumption figures. One side effect of poor maintenance is a dead engine, so neglecting this will slightly raise your expenses.
 Taurus VI 2009-2012

Taurus VI | 2009-2012

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
3.5 V6 24V Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
28 mpg
8.4 L/100km
34 mpg (UK)
-
SHO 3.5 V6 AWD Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
-
3.5 V6 24V AWD Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
-
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 Taurus IV Station Wagon 2000-2005

Taurus IV Station Wagon | 2000-2005

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
3.0 V6 Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
-
 Taurus III 1995-1999

Taurus III | 1995-1999

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
SHO 3.4 V8 32V Automatic / 238 Hp (177kW) Petrol (Gasoline) 17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
-
3.0 V6 Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
28 mpg
8.4 L/100km
34 mpg (UK)
-
3.0 V6 24V Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
-
SHO 3.4 V8 32V Automatic / 225 Hp (168kW) Petrol (Gasoline) - - 20 mpg
11.8 L/100km
24 mpg (UK)
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Up until the 1970s, car producers didn’t think too much about fuel consumption. But the big oil crisis changed that, and by 1978 the biggest selling point for a car was low consumption. Nowadays, buyers still look at how much fuel the vehicle burns, and we are looking forward to a time when manufacturers declare a “minus” consumption and drivers can claim a bucketload of petrol for each 100 kilometers of mileage.
 Taurus III Station Wagon 1995-1999

Taurus III Station Wagon | 1995-1999

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
3.0 V6 Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
-
 Taurus I 1986-1991

Taurus I | 1986-1991

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
3.8 V6 Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 13 mpg
18.1 L/100km
16 mpg (UK)
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
-
2.5i Automatic / 89 Hp (66kW) Petrol (Gasoline) 16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
-
3.0 V6 Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) 15 mpg
15.7 L/100km
18 mpg (UK)
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
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 Taurus I Station Wagon 1986-1991

Taurus I Station Wagon | 1986-1991

Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
3.8 V6 Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) - - 21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
2.5 Petrol (Gasoline) - - 22 mpg
10.7 L/100km
26 mpg (UK)
3.0 V6 Automatic Petrol (Gasoline) - - 22 mpg
10.7 L/100km
26 mpg (UK)
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The most common causes of high fuel consumption are: dirty filters, electronic failure, low tire pressure, and other minor breakdowns. It’s very important to keep an eye on the technical condition of your vehicle to achieve your desired consumption level. Of course, drivers who don’t service their cars do have the advantage of being able to buy a new car more often.
 Taurus (China) 2015-now

Taurus (China) | 2015-now

Modification
EcoBoost 180
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
33 mpg
7.1 L/100km
40 mpg (UK)
Modification
EcoBoost 245
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
Modification
EcoBoost 325 V6
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
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 Taurus VI (facelift) 2013-2019

Taurus VI (facelift) | 2013-2019

Modification
SHO 3.5 V6 AWD Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
20 mpg
11.8 L/100km
24 mpg (UK)
Modification
3.5 V6 24V AWD Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
26 mpg
9 L/100km
31 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
Modification
2.0 EcoBoost Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
22 mpg
10.7 L/100km
26 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
32 mpg
7.4 L/100km
38 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Modification
3.5 V6 24V Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
More modifications
Poor maintenance can influence the fuel consumption of your vehicle and raise it by 10%. It’s important to change the fuel filter and the oil regularly, and use an oil filter in the engine. Dirt can destroy the engine and result in huge consumption figures. One side effect of poor maintenance is a dead engine, so neglecting this will slightly raise your expenses.
 Taurus VI 2009-2012

Taurus VI | 2009-2012

Modification
3.5 V6 24V Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
28 mpg
8.4 L/100km
34 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
Modification
SHO 3.5 V6 AWD Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
Modification
3.5 V6 24V AWD Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
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 Taurus IV Station Wagon 2000-2005

Taurus IV Station Wagon | 2000-2005

Modification
3.0 V6 Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
18 mpg
13.1 L/100km
22 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
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 Taurus III 1995-1999

Taurus III | 1995-1999

Modification
SHO 3.4 V8 32V Automatic / 238 Hp (177kW)
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
17 mpg
13.8 L/100km
20 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
25 mpg
9.4 L/100km
30 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
Modification
3.0 V6 Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
28 mpg
8.4 L/100km
34 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
Modification
3.0 V6 24V Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
Modification
SHO 3.4 V8 32V Automatic / 225 Hp (168kW)
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
20 mpg
11.8 L/100km
24 mpg (UK)
More modifications
Up until the 1970s, car producers didn’t think too much about fuel consumption. But the big oil crisis changed that, and by 1978 the biggest selling point for a car was low consumption. Nowadays, buyers still look at how much fuel the vehicle burns, and we are looking forward to a time when manufacturers declare a “minus” consumption and drivers can claim a bucketload of petrol for each 100 kilometers of mileage.
 Taurus III Station Wagon 1995-1999

Taurus III Station Wagon | 1995-1999

Modification
3.0 V6 Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
19 mpg
12.4 L/100km
23 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
29 mpg
8.1 L/100km
35 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
More modifications
 Taurus I 1986-1991

Taurus I | 1986-1991

Modification
3.8 V6 Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
13 mpg
18.1 L/100km
16 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
Modification
2.5i Automatic / 89 Hp (66kW)
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
16 mpg
14.7 L/100km
19 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
Modification
3.0 V6 Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
15 mpg
15.7 L/100km
18 mpg (UK)
Highway Economy
23 mpg
10.2 L/100km
28 mpg (UK)
Combined cycle
-
More modifications
 Taurus I Station Wagon 1986-1991

Taurus I Station Wagon | 1986-1991

Modification
3.8 V6 Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
21 mpg
11.2 L/100km
25 mpg (UK)
Modification
2.5
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
22 mpg
10.7 L/100km
26 mpg (UK)
Modification
3.0 V6 Automatic
Recommended fuel
Petrol (Gasoline)
City consumption
-
Highway Economy
-
Combined cycle
22 mpg
10.7 L/100km
26 mpg (UK)
More modifications
The most common causes of high fuel consumption are: dirty filters, electronic failure, low tire pressure, and other minor breakdowns. It’s very important to keep an eye on the technical condition of your vehicle to achieve your desired consumption level. Of course, drivers who don’t service their cars do have the advantage of being able to buy a new car more often.