What does Edmunds.com Say?
“No longer a top contender in the
midsize car segment, the Sable is still
a decent buy if a low initial price is more
important to you than overall refinement
and resale value.”
The Pros and Cons from Edmunds.com
Low price, above-average levels of safety
and cabin space, available as a sedan or
Low-grade interior materials; poor resale
value; doesn't ride, handle or stop as well
as other cars in its class.
The Sable has performed solidly in crash
testing. Both the sedan and wagon earned
a five-star rating for frontal crash testing
and three stars for side impacts. The IIHS
named the Sable a "Best Pick"
after conducting its 40-mph frontal offset
Side airbags for front occupants are optional
on all models. ABS and traction control
is standard on LS models, and optional on
the GS. You can only get four-wheel disc
brakes on wagons; sedans have rear drum