2005 Mercury Sable
97,030 Miles
$4,990

Bloomington, IL
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2009 Mercury Sable
78,841 Miles
$8,888

Irwin, PA
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2005 Mercury Sable
79,728 Miles
$3,999

Girard, PA
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2008 Mercury Sable
90,037 Miles
$6,982

Irwin, PA
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2002 Mercury Sable
161,384 Miles
$4,997

Salem, OR
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2001 Mercury Sable
95,838 Miles
$3,995

Grand Junction, CO
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2003 Mercury Sable
101,915 Miles
$5,241

Olive Branch, MS
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2004 Mercury Sable
74,487 Miles
$5,586

Marion, OH
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2000 Mercury Sable
157,520 Miles
$2,195

Farmingdale, NY
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2004 Mercury Sable
130,631 Miles
$3,885

Cincinnati, OH
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2005 Mercury Sable
167,752 Miles
$3,995

Martinsville, IN
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1999 Mercury Sable
178,685 Miles
$2,575

Mason City, IA
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2009 Mercury Sable
123,457 Miles
$6,995

Mason City, IA
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2005 Mercury Sable
77,486 Miles
$6,995

Niobrara, NE
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2004 Mercury Sable
229,390 Miles
$1,995

Geneseo, IL
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2004 Mercury Sable
79,408 Miles
$4,998

Milwaukee, WI
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2001 Mercury Sable
194,338 Miles
$1,754

Pine River, MN
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2008 Mercury Sable
78,121 Miles
$6,987

Hackettstown, NJ
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2002 Mercury Sable
71,424 Miles
$5,495

Bellmore, NY
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2009 Mercury Sable
89,485 Miles
$9,770

Mequon, WI
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Mercury Sable Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.6
Value
3.8
Performance
3.8
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.3
Maintenance
3.6

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Mercury Sable Owner Ratings & Reviews

1999 Mercury Sable - Reliably consistent with minimal repair costs

Lynchburg, Virginia
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I bought a barely used 1999 Mercury Sable in 2002 and it has lasted 13 years! I purchased it for about $10k and the repair work has been minimal. I do get it tuned up every 3 months, but it usually costs less than $20 dollars. I have beat this car up and while it doesn't look like much anymore - not that it ever did - it is a work horse. The engine is solid and I definitely got my money's worth out of it. It as much a utility vehicle as it is a passenger vehicle. It has leather seats and a huge trunk. I will drive this car into the ground. For my next car I want something just as, if not more reliable like a Honda Civic or Toyota Corolla. I would just prefer a nicer-looking body than that of a Sable or Taurus. However, I wouldn't change anything about my purchase and use of the Mercury... (more)
Story
There are so many fun and memorable stories associated with this vehicle as it took me through the end of my teenage years almost into my thirties. I have traveled the east coast in this car, I have learned what it is to be alive, and I had fun with a few beautiful women.
Pros
The best things about my Mercury Sable is the reliability and consistency, the decent gas mileage, the comfort and the overall costs associated with maintenance and repair. I also enjoy having an outside temperature gauge for the first time, a sun and moon roof, a huge trunk, and leather seats (although the leather seats can get quite hot and sticky). The other benefit of owning a Sable is the availability of parts if something does go wrong. It has been easy to get second-hand or slightly used parts and they have been just as reliable. The car seems to glide more than other cars I've been... (more)
Cons
The cons of owning the Mercury Sable were mostly due to human error. My sun and moon roof broke because I let someone borrow the car and they inadvertently broke the track, but it still works fairly well, I just have to be gentle. The electrical system has gotten slightly weird in that on occasion the windshield wipers will go randomly when I put on a turn signal, but it is rare and tolerable, especially since it's easy to fix simply by turning them on and off. The other repairs have been my fault because I was in an accident or went too long without regular maintenance. I am bummed the ra... (more)

2003 Mercury Sable - It's a car

Romulus, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
I like my Mercury Sable. It's nothing flashy, doesn't have a ton of speed under the hood even with a V6 engine and the body panels are beginning to rust. But it's kept on running for over a decade. I've done many self repairs on the vehicle, for some reason the HVAC parts seem to have the most failures along with some ignition starting issues. The engine itself however is a trooper, it's never given me a problem even without changing the oil once for close to 10,000 miles. There is now a rusted hole under the interior lining on the front passenger side seatwell, but that is nothing a sheet of steel and some JB Weld can't fix.
Story
My family and I once traveled all the way to Disney World from Michigan driving this car. The journey itself was rather uneventful, but the car went along and that is all I can ask.
Pros
The Mercury Sable has been quite reliable apart from not keeping me warm or cool depending on the environment. It is a rather comfortable ride, the suspension is soft and accommodating to bumps. The car's dimensions are fairly easy to learn as it is a familiar size for sedan owners I believe. The paint as well has been extremely sturdy and still shines when cleaned up.
Cons
That same suspension being soft also makes for a rather boring ride and not much at all in the way of performance. The engine as well, giving out around 160 hp is not thrilling in any way, but simply adequate. The gas economy has never been great and is becoming worse as the car ages, especially compared to newer vehicles. Ford for some reason chose to use plastic connectors for the sway bar, which almost immediately crack. Rust occurs on any vehicle, especially in the cold weather climate and salt I encounter, but this vehicle seems to have rusted out the entire underside within a few yea... (more)

2002 Mercury Sable - A mixed bag

Ferry Pass, Florida
Overall
3.0
Value
1.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
I bought my Mercury Sable used and as is from a car lot. That was my first mistake. The engine had terrible issues regarding overheating. I had to sink another $2500 into it before it was drive-able. That really put a bad taste in my mouth. Now that the engine overheating problem is fixed it idles very strangely and makes odd creaking noises when I push down on the break. My problem is, my last two cars were made by Saturn, I do not know if this is indicative of all older Mercurys or if whoever owned my car last just ran it really hard before using it for trade in value on something new. Assuming the problems I experienced are just isolated to this one vehicle I would say the things that are not messed up about it are pretty nice. The interior is very nice and the faux wood panels as w... (more)
Pros
Nice interior Good air conditioner Quiet ride Roomy trunk Original sound system still in good working order
Cons
Bad gas mileage Overheating engine Groaning, creaking brakes Slow acceleration