2005 Mazda Tribute Consumer Review: The zoom-zoom is real

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The zoom-zoom is real
By EddieK on


2005 Mazda Tribute s Fwd 4dr SUV (3.0L 6cyl 4A)


You've seen the advertisements... The "zoom-zoom" feeling is real... The seeling campaign of a sports car in an SUV is for real. I was simply astounded by the amazing smoothness of this SUV. The ride is unbelievably comfortable. This car is a steal. I was able to purchase this car for 20800 with an extra package which included an overhead compartment, a moonroof, an upgraded speaker system, and a compass rearview mirror amongst other upgraded features.

Best Features

The speaker system has amazing bass. The smoothness of the ride is astounding. The center console is very sleakly designed. The car can be very easily parked, very surprising in my opinion for an SUV.

Worst Features

The design of the doorside handles could use an improvement as they appear cheaply made. The 300 dollar price for the compass rear-view mirror "option" is a bit much, which should not even be designated as an option as it can be found in almost all of the Tribute cars.
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