Mercury Sable Model Overview
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Mercury Sable Questions
Does This Seem Like A Warped Intake Manifold?
One day after getting on the highway, my car began repeatedly misfiring and slowly losing power. After about 10 miles, it was running like total shit. Ended up changing the coil pack. Noticed one o...
Car Runs About 10 Sec. Shuts Off Will Not Crank Back Up For About 3 Hours T...
Can A Upper And Lower Intake Manifold From A 2000 Sable Go On A 2003 Sable?...
Both years of the sable have a 3.0 duratec. But i dont know if there were variations between the years, or if they are exactly the same
My Hood Latch Broke On My 1997 Mercury Sable And I Can Not Open The Hood. ...
I Have Repeating Misfires In Cylinder 2 And A Misfire In First 1000 Rpms An...
I had the same problem 6 months ago. Then had plugs, wires, and coil pack changed. The coil pack had a crack in it. It never misfired again while i was driving, but always misfired when in idle. The...
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About the Mercury Sable
When Mercury launched the mid-size Sable four-door sedan in 1986, it set off a design trend that would last through the 1990s and into the early 21st century. That design trend was a move to more aerodynamic, rounded styling. It was a trend that would soon draw in other Mercury/Ford vehicles, such as the Taurus, as well as influence the designs of a number of vehicles from other domestic and foreign automakers.
The early Sables were distinguished by their grill-less front ends with a light bar between aerodynamic headlights, and their almost pillarless side profiles, providing excellent visibility for the driver.
The base engine for the original Sable was a 90-horsepower, 2.5-liter four cylinder, and the car was available in a number of trim packages with either a five-speed manual or a three-speed automatic transmission. A V6 version was also available.
The look of the Sable was updated in 1992, with a slimmer front light-bar and headlights and a more contemporary design. The car was stretched in length by almost four inches, and engine power was bumped up as well, with all new Sables receiving a 140-horsepower V6. This helped distinguish the Sable from the Taurus, and establish the former as a more upscale vehicle.
The third generation of the Sable arrived in 1996, with a drastic makeover that included oval headlights, an oval grille opening, and oval taillights. It was a look that tended to be rather polarizing -- drivers either loved or hated it. But enough loved it to make the Sable a very profitable vehicle for Ford.
By 2005, the Sable had become dated and even a bit musty, so Ford replaced it in the lineup with the Montego. But by 2008, with Ford in dire need of a few hits, the automaker decided to bring back many of its more popular vehicles over the past couple decades, even if in name only. So just as the Ford Five Hundred was redubbed the Taurus, the Mercury Montego was redubbed the Sable.
For 2008, the Sable's exterior styling has been updated again, with a new grille and front bumper, dual chrome exhaust tips, projector-beam headlamps, redesigned LED taillamps, integrated turn signal markers at either end of the front bumper, 17-inch seven-spoke bright aluminum wheels, and a satin finish on the sideview mirrors and door handles. It's a look that should serve the Sable well as it rides into the coming years.