3rd Row: 1992 Mercury Sable LS Wagon

This next car is an oddball. It isn’t sporty or fast, or cool, or sexy…but it is special. First you’ve got to admit that any wagon with rear facing seats is something special…and then you’ve got to honor the souls of all the muppets who were killed and skinned to cover those seats. And finally, this is a Hunsbloger approved Sable — the corporate cousin of the Ford Taurus that is both cheaper and more interesting than the Taurus bidding for a pittance with a few days to go. Find this 1992 Mercury Sable LS Wagon bidding for $2200 in Tucson, AZ with 3 days to go via carsandbids.com.

From the seller:

Make Mercury
Model Sable
Seller Motorsport007
Location Tucson, AZ 85712
VIN 1MELM5840NA635158
Mileage 92,300
Body Style Wagon
Engine 3.8L V6
Drivetrain Front-wheel drive
Transmission Automatic (4-Speed)
Exterior Color Medium Cranberry Red
Interior Color Red
Title Status Clean (AZ)
Seller Type Private Party

THIS… is a 1992 Mercury Sable LS Wagon, finished in Medium Cranberry Metallic with a red cloth interior.

The attached AutoCheck history report dates back to 1996 and lists no accidents in this Sable’s past; it also shows that this Sable has been registered in Arizona since 1998, but the last entry occurs in 2006.
The AutoCheck report lists two mileage discrepancies listed in 2000 and 2003, but they are likely the result of clerical errors; the odometer currently displays approximately 92,300 miles.
Factory equipment on this Mercury includes the LS trim level — the highest offered at the time — and features power windows and locks, cruise control, air conditioning, dual airbags, and three rows of seats. The sole modifications to this Sable are limited to tinted windows.
The Sable — Mercury’s version of the Ford Taurus — was introduced in 1986 and revamped for 1992 with an updated interior and exterior styling that carried over the car’s signature light bar.
Power comes from a 3.8-liter V6, which produces 141 horsepower and 160 lb-ft of torque. Output is sent to the front wheels through a 4-speed automatic transmission.

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