2002 Mazda Tribute DX-V6 4WD 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
I tried this vehicle on highways (in
CA), in the city traffic, on the rural
road and in the heavy snow in mountains
(Lake Tahoe). It's always been fun to
drive. I never had luck of power and
didn't miss bigger engines of Jeeps,
Vehicle's behavior on heavy snow
(powder ~1/2 of a wheel) has by far
exceeded my expectations of "parquette
Power, control, luggage area. The
interior gives you familiar comfort
feeling of the luxury japanise sedan
(No offence but it's not a Pontiac).
Headrest on the rear seat should not be
optional and should not compromize the
ability and simplicity to fold the seat
for the oversize load.
4WD is really gas hungry in the city
traffic (I'm not sure it's easy to
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