The 2008 Ford Mercury Sable

May 29, 2007 at 7:08 am Leave a comment

This masterpiece from Ford was known before as the Ford Montego. This car certainly stunned the crowd in Chicago where it was first introduced. The 2008 Sable is a haven of luxury. With just one look, you’ll know the difference between a good car from a premium luxury car and you can’t go wrong with this vehicle because it guarantees new car buyers an exciting, fun, safe and sound driving experience from the 2008 Ford Sable! Take peek at some of the Sable’s extraordinary features which I took right out of Ford’s site.

  • LED tail lamps now displays a mainly white lens with red accent stripes
  • 3.5-liter V-6 engine and six-speed transmission, powered by 260 horsepower.
  • PZEV (Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle) V-6 engine
  • A-Pillar unique fenders, hood, Mercury-signature Satin Aluminum waterfall grille, front fascia and fog lamps
  • A new rear fascia has a outline for the chrome dual tip exhaust, a visual cue that the 2008 Sable packs a lot of power under the hood.
  • 21.2 cubic feet of class-leading trunk space can swallow up to eight golf bags.
  • The fold-flat 60/40 split second row seats and the fold-flat front passenger seat work together to provide space to stow items up to nine-feet long.
  • DVD-based navigation system is voice activated and includes a 6.5-in. touch screen display while an optional DVD entertainment system features an eight-inch screen in the rear.
  • Four new colors are available for 2008 including; Dark Ink Blue; Alloy; Light Ice Blue and Light Sage.
  • Ford’s Safety Canopy™ side curtain air bags for both rows; Sable also comes with a standard BeltMinder™ safety belt reminder for driver and front passenger, child safety locks on the rear doors, the LATCH system and a Tire Pressure Monitoring System.
  • AdvanceTrac™ electronic stability control system
  • AM/FM, MP3 capable stereo system with six-disc CD changer and subwoofer

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