Ford Taurus X

The Ford Taurus X was a 6- or 7-passenger full-size crossover SUV that was produced by Ford Motor Company in the United States. It was originally introduced in 2005 as the Ford Freestyle, before being renamed Taurus X for the 2008 model year. In Ford's lineup, it replaced the Ford Taurus station wagon. The Taurus X ended production on February 27, 2009, as it was slotted between the Flex (with which it competed directly) and the upcoming fifth generation Explorer starting 2011 sales year. It was sold in the United States and Canada, as well as South Korea and the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam.

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Ford Taurus (fifth Generation) - Variants - Ford Taurus X
... When the revived Taurus was launched, a crossover variant was launched with it, entitled the Taurus X ... As how the Taurus is revived from the Five Hundred, the Taurus X was born from the Ford Freestyle, itself based on the Five Hundred ... The Taurus X sports a revised front fascia, hood, wheels, fenders, and taillights over the Freestyle ...
Ford Taurus X - Yearly American Sales
... American sales 2004 8,509 2005 76,739 2006 58,602 2007 Freestyle23,765 Taurus X18,345 2008 23,112 2009 6,106 ...

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