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2010 Mazda Tribute
The 2010 Mazda Tribute SUV and its twin the Tribute Hybrid are both low-volume crossover SUVs and Ford has been building them for Mazda right from 2001 from its now maturing but persistently updated Escape and Escape Hybrid platform. (The same platform has also been used for Mercury Mariner and Mariner Hybrid) Revamped for 2008 and fixed immeasurably enhanced engines and transmissions for 2009, the Tribute provides Mazda with an ancient-looking SUV that shares its showroom space with other contemporaries in much more funky and groovy designs. The Tribute Hybrid is the only hybrid SUV vehicle that Mazda can boast [...]

Archive for the ‘Mazda SUVs’ Category
mazda-cx-7 Mazda has somewhat a reputation for being a unique, even “peculiarity” manufacturer. So it comes as no shock that rather than refer to their CX-7 as a crossover (as all other manufacturers in this class do) they call it an SUV with the “soul of a sports car”. This modern design is echoed in the cabin with a futuristic raked windshield and wraparound centre console. Indeed the seating arrangement and modified positions are roughly identical to the RX-8 sports car. The CX-7 is a five-seater crossover that recommends a non-turbocharged four-cylinder engine foremost time in the 2010 model, only if [...]

mazda Mazda Tribute SUV is a sibling of Ford Escape whereas Escape provides an accurate car like driving experience and has a very useful utility with efficient room for passengers and cargo. There are no significant changes for 2010. The Sport and Touring models are eliminated, and the towing package is now standard on the s GT. All Mazda Tribute SUVs are available with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The 3.0L six is now FlexFuel compatible. Mazda Tribute SUV mixes a boxy, more traditional SUV shape with a carlike feel behind the wheel. And its potent 4- and 6-cylinder engines combined with [...]

2008-mazda-tribute-hybrid Serving as the sportier member of the pair, the car-based Tribute attracts considerable interest even if its sales totals lag well behind the Escape’s. Both models compete against the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. New Tribute i and s trim levels replaced the previous DX, LX and ES for 2006. A new 2.3-liter four-cylinder in i models produced 153 horsepower, versus 130 hp in the prior version. For the first time, four-cylinder models could be equipped with an automatic transmission. Little has changed for the 2006 model year. Front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive are available, but the Tribute and Escape [...]

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