19. Ford Taurus
During the 80ss, Ford was in bad shape, suffering from quality issues to reliability that was lackluster. But there was a car that saved the brand, and that was the Taurus. The Taurus has lived a long life through a lot of changes, and for some reason, Ford keeps it around. Even as consumer interest shifts toward crossovers, the large Taurus is still sitting on dealership lots. The current generation of Taurus was introduced in 2010, and there have been minimal upgrades since. The top-of-the-rung SHO is sure to be a collector’s item, but the rest of the lineup has not aged well since the start of the decade.
The Taurus is still a large sedan value in the family car category. Although the design is outdated, it still provides a roomy interior and some decent features. Large family sedan buyers will have trouble finding an alternative in this price range. We have to wonder what Ford has been thinking. But the company has stated that they will be shifting exclusively to crossover vehicles after the 2020 model year. If you want a Taurus, this might be the last year you can get your hands on one.