Used Mercury Sable

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The Mercury Sable is a brand of cars produced by the Ford Motor Company and marketed under the Mercury brand. The Sable brand was used twice, as a mid-size car from model years 1986 – 2005 model years and a full-size car for the 2008 and 2009 model years. The design of the Sable have been one of the most influential in American automotive history, as its trademark “lightbar”, a lamp with low wattage in between the two front headlamps.

The lightbar became a mainstay in all Mercury car designs, giving the vehicles a very modern, futuristic look, and was later copied by other automobile manufacturing companies. Relatively young in the automotive world, more than 2 million Sabres have already been sold around the world in its 23 year history. To think that it was only a rebadged version of the Ford Taurus.

Estimated Price Range for Used Mercury Sable: $500-$5,500
Estimated MPG for Mercury Sable: 17 City/25 Hwy
Available Trims: Base, GS, LS
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The Sable was first introduced with two models available, the base GS and the upscale LS. In its first year, more than 300,000 units of the Sable were sold. Several body type offerings have been stopped though the years of the Sabre’s existence, including the station wagon which was stopped in 2004. Meanwhile, the sedan type was made into a fleet vehicle and not for individual sale. The Sable was also awarded several distinctions like inclusion to Car and Driver magazine’s Ten Best list in 1986, 1990, and 1991. Ford chose to make the redesigned Ford Taurus their top priority, giving it more engineering and advertising allocation. In 2009, Ford opted to discontinue the Mercury Sable line.

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