Discusses the history and performance of the 2005 Mercury Sable GS and LS models. Includes a list of both standard and option features by trim.
Introduced in 1986 as a slightly upscale version of the Ford Taurus, the Mercury Sable is now in its 4th generation and it continues to be the automaker's best-selling car. Two 3.0-liter V6 engines are available for both trim levels, the 153-horsepower Vulcan for the GS version and a 201-horsepower Duratec for the LS. The fully independent suspension system makes good use of available power while giving occupants an extremely comfortable ride.
The 2005 Sable is a carryover from last year with no significant changes.
Base MSRP for the 2005 Sable GS start at $22,135 and up to $25,135 for the LS.
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