This is our second Tribeca.
The first 2006 was an attractive looker with distinctive Alfa Romeo front but was lacking the performance. The new 2011 is a complete opposite.
Average Pacifica like look with improved power and excellent track on quality and reliability.
This is the only SUV that we'll trust on our trips to skiing resorts.
Nobody can bit Tribeca’s handling in a nasty winter storm, especially with a set of dedicated winter tires.
We also like the fact that it is Japanese made but assembled in USA.
You have both: Japanese superior engineering and outstanding American quality.
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The 2011 Tribeca incorporates the exceptional comfort and feature set of a true luxury car, but with a surprisingly low center of gravity and handling ability of a sports car. It is the most quiet and comfortable SUV I have yet driven, and although the suspension is sufficiently soft to absorb virtually all bumps in the road, it by no means sacrifices control or handling. When the all wheel drive is factored in, the handling can only be be described as phenomenal.
The 3.6L aluminum flat six cylinder engine, paired with the five forward speed automatic transmission, supplies head-snapping torque, while the 256 horsepower performance provides amazing acceleration.
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