After it hit the market for the 1986 model year, the Ford Taurus quickly became a sensation in America. This front-wheel-drive midsize family sedan looked like no other Ford before it and won over car shoppers with its comfortable and roomy cabin and affordable price. Throughout its first decade of production, the Ford Taurus was consistently one of the best-selling cars in America. As the years wore on, however, the Taurus' popularity declined considerably due to stagnating design and more desirable competitors. Although Ford briefly killed the Taurus in late 2006, the company resurrected the Taurus moniker for 2008 when it renamed its revamped Five Hundred full-size sedan. Here you can find Ford Taurus owners and service manuals and other information of car.