-Seating is comfortable, front and back.
-Radio is a little far from driver (would be nice if on steering wheel), also, I tend to hit the gear shift a lot when trying to adjust the radio (My in-laws have a 2003 model that is between the seats, much better location.)
-Great cargo room, love the choice between window or entire door, helps when you are located in crammed spaces.
-Would have also like to to have automatic car door locking when car put in reverse. (But fortunately has child door locks as the doors can be open from inside even if they are locked.)
-also have problem with very squeaky power windows.
-and this v6 takes up a lot more gas then my previous one.
Exellent Car for the Money!
2005 Mazda TributeMale Nursing Student from TX - Arlington, TX08/28/2009
Very good car, for the amount of money I spend on the vehicle, I can't have any complaint!
The road noise is somewhat loud, but there are some ways on the Internet teach you how do reduce it. It doesn't bother me that much!
Over all, very good car for the Money you spend on!
2006 Mazda TributeDissillusioned - North Carolina07/16/2012
I bought my Mazda Tribute in January 2009. It was 2 years/3 days old). After owning it five months, the transmission went out. Fortunately, it was still under warranty. Lo and behold the "second" transmission went out approximately one month ago! If I am able to get it fixed (no longer under warranty, of course) it will be the "third" transmission this car has had in its short 5 and 1/2 year old life! That's what I call a bad product.
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