I've only had my 2005 Tribute "s"
(2wd) for a few days, but so far I
love it! I had a 2003 Ford Escape Ltd
for a few days, before I bought this
Tribute, and now that I can compare
the two, I can say that the Escape
drove more like a truck and the
Tribute drives more like a car.
moonroof, power driver's seat, comfy
leather seats, front and back legroom,
6 cd changer, retractable cargo cover,
nice stereo sound, all 3 back seat
passengers have a shoulder seatbelt,
privacy glass and front window tint,
love the pebble ash color. FUN to
bigger gas tank, gas mileage is
mediocre, add option of "reverse
sensing system". Emergency brake is
in the way of the front seat
passenger's access to the front drink
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