2008 Mazda TributeSC Lady - Columbia, SC03/25/2010
The Tribute drives well, has good pick up and passing gear. It has plenty of room inside, and is comfortable. I like the way it looks on the outside too, and get compliments on it. I would definitely recommend the Tribute to a friend looking for a mid-size SUV offering both performance and good looks.
A must have
2005 Mazda Tributegwiz - Raleigh, NC12/31/2007
For the money, this SUV is the best thing going. I have the 2005 model with heated leather seats and the sunroof. Comfort is impeccable, and the engine has more than enough get up and go when you need it. I've always driven a manual car, yet this automatic make me not want to change gears again. There is plenty of room and the six disc cd radio system sounds awesome. Make sure you get the V6.....you want be disappointed.
We bought our Tribute because of the reliablity of our other 2 Mazdas, but oh boy all I can say it WOW am I impressed. I drive about 800 miles a week . I have had to replace the brakes,and now the struts and change oil at 3,000 miles since it was new.I would not change anything about this fun to drive,cheap to operate, machine of mine. I am considering giving this one to the kids at 200k and get a new one just like it.
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