2001 Mercury Sable LS Premium 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)

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  • The 2001 Mercury Sable sedan offers reliable safety ratings that appeal to any buyer. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gives it a ""Good"" rating (the highest) in frontal-offset crash tests. The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration gives it five stars in passenger and driver crash tests, four stars for rollover tests, and three stars for front and rear side-impact tests.

    I have a 2001 mercury sable, two weeks ago while driving home one night my headlights suddenly would flicker an then shut off completely for a brief moment, after that it didn't happen again until ...

  • The 2001 Mercury Sable seems about as close as you can get to a luxury sedan (or wagon) without actually spending the kind of money that luxury sedans demand. It has excellent handling and a good engine. Top that off with some impressive interior features and a classy exterior design, and it becomes clear why so many people recommend the Sable.

    The 2001 Mercury Sable shows few changes. However, Mercury adds a new child safety seat restraint system. The gas tank grows to hold 18 gallons.

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    Mercury makes some impressive choices that make the Sable look like a much more expensive vehicle. If you want a classic look without spending a ton of cash, then the 2001 Mercury Sable should show up on your short list.

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Vehicle: 2001 Mercury Sable I bought this car from a friend for $1,200 with 129,000 miles on it. It now has 182,000 miles. It runs and drives as good as the day I got it, but have had to put a lot into it as far as suspension parts. Had to replace tie rods (3x), ball joints (2x), and have only owned the car for one year. Other things, I would consider to be maintenance, have had to be fixed/replaced (calipers, spark plugs/wires, upper/lower intake mainfold gaskets, etc). The gas tank was replaced as well (plastic would have been nice - the last one rotted out). It still keeps rolling along though! I guess for the money, I can't complain.