2008 Mazda Tribute Hybrid Owner Reviews
- Exterior Styling
- Interior Comfort
- Quality & Durability
Wish I could find one?!
I don't understand Mazda's apparent decision not to sell these on the East Coast considering current $4 gas prices ! It absolutely makes no sense! Please make these vehicles available on East Coast--I'd love to drive one! Richard Crowell,Concord,NC
Great SUV shame about the styling
I've only had it 2 months and so far there's been no major problems. I couldn't find any user reviews but decided to go for the Tribute as it was surprisingly easy to find despite the demand for gas misers right now, I even got a discount on it! maybe Mazda need to market it better. So far we have the average mpg up to 27.8 which is around what I expected. The only things I'd change about it are an extra row of seats would be nice, at the moment you have to pay an extra $10k for a Highlander to get that. The other thing is the styling, it's very brick-like, I prefer the sleeker looks of the crossovers, although you do sacrifice some space for that. Overall I would recommend it for someone whom wants an SUV that's a bit kinder to the environment.
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