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QUALITY | 9 out of 10
Seats are comfortably supportive
3.5-liter engine is extremely quiet and smooth at idle
“Plenty of storage areas and eight cupholders
According to reviews examined by TheCarConnection.com’s editors, the 2009 Mercury Sable has a very comfortable, well-assembled interior.
ConsumerGuide says the "seats are comfortably supportive, but lanky drivers may wish for more rearward and downward seat travel." According to The Auto Channel, "the split-folding rear seat is easily wide enough for three people." Automotive.com reports that Sable’s seats "are comfortable but not overly supportive."
ConsumerGuide says that the "flat-floor trunk packs a lot of gear, helped by a boxy shape, large opening, and compact strut-type trunklid hinges." Edmunds notes the Sable has "plenty of storage areas and eight cupholders." Some reviewers advise that with everything folded down, you can fit a nine-foot-long object inside.
The cabin, according to ConsumerGuide, "makes good use of textured, soft-touch materials...they don't look luxurious but are price appropriate." Edmunds confirms the presence of "solid materials quality."
Several reviewers also point to the Sable’s better-than-expected levels of quietness and refinement inside, even on coarse surfaces. Edmunds says "those who equate silence with quality should be pleased with the 2009 Mercury Sable's low amounts of road and wind noise."
The 2009 Mercury Sable is no limousine, but you'll be hard-pressed to find a more comfortable ride for this price.