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This is the last year of the Mercury Sable line. The 2009 model year represented the end of the brand and this car's quality really shows they went out with a bang. Unlike its sister car; the Taurus, the Sable features better leather seating surfaces, a more solid interior color pattern and arguably better ride quality. The Sable was built along side the Taurus, but it still seems to be in a class of its own. I purchased mine and wouldn't ever look back. There is not many cars that feature the "full size" platform, that is still a joy to drive. Also, don't think that this big car gets bad fuel economy. Like many domestic, big brand cars - its about how you drive them. Drive with smooth excelleration and you will get 31mpg, easily. I wouldn't ever go back to any other car manufactuer if Mercury was still around.
This car feels huge inside but still has a nice intermediate sedan sizing. I've always owned imports, admittedly this is my first american made car and I LOVE the extra space it provides. The engine has plenty of "GO" power but it's still a nice smooth and quiet ride. The rims are GORGEOUS! The leather is FANTASTIC! I love the heated seats (we call it the tooshie toaster). Great sound on the speakers and the rear parking assistant is awesome! I adore it!
Car moves right along with 260 HP. Rides nice but does not handle as well as I would like. Perhaps I ask for too much. There are disc brakes on all 4 wheels which is a big plus. I do rate the car as a very nice ride and it turns heads for sure. Mine has all the bells and whistles which is also nice.