2013 Ford Taurus SEL

Ford Motor Company announced earlier this week the pricing for the new 2014 Ford Taurus and Ford Focus. Both models have been carried over from the previous year, although pricing has increased for both cars compared to 2013.

The 2014 Ford Taurus has had an increased starting price by $900, or 2.58 percent, for the Limited and SHO versions, but pricing for the SE and SEL versions will remain the same as the 2013 prices. For the 2014 Ford Focus, pricing has only increased on all versions by an average $165. The Focus Electric retains its $39,200 MSRP from 2013. Delivery charges for both vehicles are still set at $795.

Pricing for the 2014 Ford Taurus and Focus is below.

2014 Ford Taurus


2014 Ford Focus

S Sedan-$16,365
SE Sedan-$18,365
SE 5-Door-$19,365
Titanium Sedan-$23,365


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