Discover the Mercury Sable Wagon: A Midsize Station Wagon with Front-Wheel Drive

The Mercury Sable Wagon is a midsize station wagon that was produced by Ford Motor Company under the Mercury brand from 1986 to 2005. The 2002 model year of the Sable Wagon comes with front-wheel drive and a 6-cylinder engine with a displacement of 3.0 liters. It is powered by regular gasoline and has an automatic 4-speed transmission.

One of the benefits of the Sable Wagon is its spacious interior, making it perfect for families or anyone who needs to haul a lot of stuff. The vehicle size class of the Sable Wagon is midsize station wagons, and it can comfortably seat up to five passengers.

In terms of fuel economy, the Sable Wagon gets an average of 17 miles per gallon (MPG) in the city and 24 MPG on the highway, with a combined MPG of 19. The annual petroleum consumption is 15.66 barrels, and the annual fuel cost for regular gasoline is $3,050. The CO2 tailpipe emissions for the fuel type is 467.74 grams per mile, and the EPA model type index is 0.

Despite its size and fuel consumption, the Sable Wagon is a great value for its price. According to Edmunds, the "You Save" value for the 2002 Sable Wagon is -$4,750, meaning it is less expensive compared to other vehicles in its class. The base model of the Sable Wagon is simply called the Sable, and it is available in both sedan and wagon body styles.