What does a Ford Taurus weigh?
Is a 2007 Ford Taurus a good car?
Ford’s Taurus is a roomy and comfortable sedan. But at this point, the car was showing its age, as the design had been around since 1996. Handling isn’t particularly nimble, the turning circle is wide, braking is unimpressive and while noise levels are tolerable, it was louder than some competing models.
What size tires does a 2007 Ford Taurus take?
|2007 Ford Taurus|
|Rim Size||Tire Sizes||Ford Taurus Options|
What size wheels does a Ford Taurus have?
Ford Taurus Wheel Size
|Taurus Bolt Pattern (Lug Pattern)||PCD 5×108 See Adapters|
|Center bore (hub bore)||63.3 mm Use Hub Centric Rings|
|Thread size (Lug Nut Size)||M12 x 1.5 Lug Nuts|
|Stock Rim Sizes Range||15×6.0 – 20×8.0 Hubcaps|
|Tire sizes||205/65 R15 , 215/55 R16 , 215/60 R16 , 225/55 R16 , 225/50 R17|
What size tires go on a 2008 Ford Taurus?
P215/60R17 95T The original tire size for your 2008 Ford Taurus is P215/60R17 95T. A color-coded explanation of the 2008 Ford Taurus’s tire size is shown below.
What do bigger tires do to your odometer?
This can also affect your odometer and speedometer as larger tires will have a larger circumference, causing you to travel a little bit further per each complete tire rotation. This also will cause your odometer to register fewer miles than you are actually traveling.
Do bigger tires make you go faster?
Up-sizing, or installing a taller tire, will lead to a speedometer reading that is slower than your actual speed. Down-sizing, or installing a shorter tire, will cause the speedometer to read a faster speed than you are actually driving.
Do bigger tires make your speedometer read faster or slower?
With bigger wheels, the axle will turn fewer times to cover the same distance, so the speedometer will think the car is going slower.