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No longer a top contender in the midsize car segment, the Sable is still a decent buy if a low initial price is more important to you than overall refinement and resale value.
Low price, above-average levels of safety and cabin space, available as a sedan or a wagon.
Low-grade interior materials; poor resale value; doesn't ride, handle or stop as well as other cars in its class.
Available Sable Models
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The new model year brings few changes for the Sable. The model lineup has been simplified to GS and LS trims for sedans, and LS trim for the wagon. A CD player is now standard on the LS, along with wood trim and ABS. Oddly, power-adjustable pedals have been dropped altogether. Sable wagon production ends midyear, so if you can't find one at the Mercury dealership, consider buying its twin, the Ford Taurus wagon.
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