by lovemysable13 on Jun 27, 2012 Vehicle: 2000 Mercury Sable LS 4dr Sedan
I love my 2000 sable!!!! Its amazing. I have owned it for several years and the only type of maintenance I have had to do is standard!
Battery, tune ups, oil changes, etc. In 60,000 I have not had to even do the brakes!
I wish they still made the mercury sable!
I LOVE MY SABLE!
by mwj12487 on May 24, 2012 Vehicle: 2000 Mercury Sable LS Premium 4dr Sedan
I purchased this vehicle when in a financial crisis last year, with only a cash budget of about $3000. When purchased, this car had already about 90k on the clock. With the 90k, I was very impressed at how "new" it felt to drive. Steering was precise, acceleration was more than decent, handling was very good considering it's huge girth. Now, having put MANY highway miles on it, only after one year it's around 150k. In that time, I only have had to buy tires, break pads, and of course oil changes with Mobil 1. What can I say, still drives like it did, when it was "new", emm, well you get the point.
by feyden on Feb 9, 2012 Vehicle: 2000 Mercury Sable GS 4dr Sedan
Okay, so admittedly, this car is kind of old... It's a 2000, give it a break! But honestly, the thought that Mercury will no longer be making cars makes me sick.
The previous owners didn't really take care of it... dirty interior, lack of oil changes, leaky fluids, etc... but WOW did it clean up nice.
A box of ArmorAll, some new floor mats, a steering wheel cover, some 'self-fixing' coolant fluid, and an oil change later, and WOW!
This car runs like a dream, steering is very responsive (yet acts as a luxury steering system, so you lose a bit of turn radius), acceleration is above average, fuel economy is great (ALWAYS put 93 octane in this car, it will get the best mileage with it).
The 2000 Mercury Sable gains new sheet metal and additional refinements. The freshened styling includes a raised hood and deck lid, a larger grille, improved headlamps and taillights and new mirrors. The instrument panel has been updated, and the new integrated control panel provides better functionality. The Sable also gains significant improvements to its safety and powertrain components.