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1995 Mercury Sable GS Wagon With 34K Miles Up For Auction

Once an affordable and practical family hauler, the long-discontinued Mercury Sable has recently started conjuring up interest among collectors, too. This has long been the case with the Sable’s counterpart – the Ford Taurus – which, in wagon guise, has surfaced for sale multiple times over the past few months in the form of some very nice low-mile examples selling at collector car auction sites. Now, this 34k-mile 1995 Mercury Sable GS wagon has joined them via Bring a Trailer.

1995 Mercury Sable GS Wagon With 34K Miles - Exterior 002 - Rear Three Quarters

This 1995 Mercury Sable GS wagon is just the latest low-mile modern classic that we’ve seen hit the auction block as of late, and it actually remained registered with the same family from the time it was sold new in Virginia until just this past February. Now, the rather pristine family hauler is up for grabs looking virtually good-as-new with stellar Champagne Clearcoat Metallic paint, though the rear bumper cover was refinished after it suffered some damage a few years ago.

1995 Mercury Sable GS Wagon With 34K Miles - Interior 001

Otherwise, there aren’t too many bones to pick here, inside or out. The interior features Mocha cloth-covered seats with a rear-facing third-row bench, and offers up numerous amenities such as air conditioning, cruise control, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, a factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and power windows, door locks, and mirrors.

1995 Mercury Sable GS Wagon With 34K Miles - Engine Bay 001

This Mercury Sable wagon is powered by the naturally-aspirated 3.8L V6 Essex engine, which was factory-rated to produce 140 horsepower and 215 pound-feet of torque, flowing to the front wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission. In fantastic shape with a short ownership history, we have no doubt this Sable wagon will attract its fair share of bidders before the hammer falls on this particular auction, too.

We’ll have more cool auction finds like this to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Mercury Sable news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. JBbooky

    Was the giant satellite dish an option?

  2. JBbooky

    First time in many months my comment was actually posted and it had to be a dumb one, oh well.

    1. John

      Ikr, 90% of articles don’t have comments because nobody’s comment will post! They need to contract to a better commenting system. Even if it meant scrolling through ads (just so long as there’s no/less pop-up video ads that block the comment box).

  3. John

    I’ll keep my ’95 Taurus sedan with its more reliable 3.0L Vulcan engine and AX4N automatic.

    Never liked the wagons, and witnessed too many horror stories with the 3.8L engine. Not only was the engine itself prone to head gaskets and spinning bearings, the increased torque did the AXOD no favors. Double whammy that sent many people running to Toyota and Honda. Ford corrected these issues by 1996, but the controversial designed coupled with a higher price turned people off as well. Just as Toyota introduced their copy of the successful 92-95 Taurus with the cheaper 1997 Camry. Perfect storm that blew Ford to 3rd place.


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