Used 2002 MercurySable GS/GS Plus Sedan 4 Door

  • VIN: 1MEFM50U02G639891
  • Stock: 9529
Odometer
108,471 miles
Fuel Economy
20.0/28.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Other
Engine
3.0L V6 SFI
Mercury Sable GS/GS Plus

Detailed Specifications

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.3Out of 5
  • Great car

    By Sunny on Friday, July 17, 2009

    5.0
    Ihad read that the Sable had a great safety record-today I found out the was true! Iwas t-boned on the drivers side. The other cars front end was totally smashed and although I had some damage, it was minimum in comparison. I was not injured nor were my two grand kids in the back seat!
  • In over 30 years driving, this is the best car.

    By gweggo on Monday, January 13, 2014

    5.0
    bought car because I wanted one of the last Salbles with this body. I have done very little to keep it on the road. Oil Changes, battery, tires, alignment, and rotors being turned, that is all I have done. Replaced wheel bearings at 163k miles (big surprise), but other than that, this car has been amazing to me. Won't use any oil, and never fails to get me where I need to be.
  • Good value to purchase

    By sam on Thursday, July 02, 2009

    3.0
    Overall i give it C plus (77%). I like the spacious trunk and access, daytime running lights, interior dash, performance in takeoff and freeway, A/C is Wow cold!, great cruise vehicle at 2,000 r.p.m. Michigan Roads nothing but potholes and Mercury sable handles great. Got Kids? This vehicle have all safety features of safety in belts, clips, and door locks, windows. plus 5 star crash test. Now the Dislike: I traded my 2006 f-150 supercrew for sable for fuel efficiency: I'm getting 15.5 m.p.g. on sable and I drive SLOW with cruise control (My truck 11 m.p.g) At 68,000 miles at cold start- it takes 3 seconds to crank engine at 70 degree's, it hesitates and runs (Cleaned Idle Air Control) fixed problem. I Hate, oh I Hate rear vehicle suspension sags down without weight, with weight looks awful , Value of vehicle depreciates five times lower than Honda accord, I'm 6'2 and leg room not so great, i have leg cramps and back pain if i sat over 10 minutes. Climate Control and Radio is one piece, So if you want to upgrade your radio - not happening. I recommend this vehicle to anyone under 5'10 height. I got mine at great deal for $3,000 four years old (6/1/2009) I should not be complaining. The good news the SOHC Vulcan engines with well maintain last over 200,000 miles Ive read in article, however, the transmission not so great. thanks

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