1995 Mercury Sable

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$18,210

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1995 Mercury Sable

Key specs

Base trim shown

Overview

2 trims

Starting msrp listed lowest to highest price

  • GS

    $19,360

  • LS

    $21,570

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Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.0
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value for the money 4.4
  • Exterior styling 4.2
  • Reliability 4.4

Most recent consumer reviews

4.4

I've owned a Mercury Sable LS for over 10 years!

Sable LS had 103,000 mi when I got it. Put 85,000 on it-STRONG engine & transmisson! BEST, MOST RELIABLE car I've EVER had! All I do is change oil every 3,000 miles.

4.4

Stylish American Classic

The vehicle had a very nice design; far ahead of its time. It was comfortable, and came with some unexpected amentities like passenger airbags and power adjustable seats and mirrors.

5.0

I will always love you, '95 Sable

I purchased a '95 (champagne/beige) Mercury Sable in 2001 from a "buy here/pay here" in my hometown. It had around 52,000 miles, one previous owner, and a car phone (remember those?). I owned this car until 2007; it had about 114,000 miles on it then. I took the car phone out. Let's see, I replaced the front/rear brakes once, a tire, the radiator, a starter, and a water pump. Oh, and the air filter and the spark plugs. Once. Same with the wiper blades. I'm not gonna lie, I think I only did, like, 3 or 4 oil changes on it in 6 YEARS and the car ran BEAUTIFULLY. All of that work I mentioned above was spaced over the 6 years I owned it and altogether cost less than $1000. So why did I get rid of it? I didn't. It was in a rear-end collision that smashed it between two cars. It was a gold accordion after that. This car is a workhorse and a half. I abused it greatly and it kept running. I mean, I can not stress how much I didn't take care of this car, yet it always got me where I needed to go. The one and only time it didn't start was when the starter went out. Had a friend take it off, took it to a little shop that rebuilt parts, the dude put the new brushes in it or whatever. 18 bucks. I would still be driving that car if it hadn't been in an accident. Amazing car. Getting a little misty just thinking about it. If you're questioning buying this car (at this point, I mean, they are starting to get up there in age) for in-town driving or for a new driver, I say go for it. It's even okay on gas mileage! Good luck and I hope you'll love your Sable as much as I did!

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