Mazda Tribute Review And Specs
The current generation has been significantly improved tax based on the model that preceded it. Mazda was originally planned for late model Mazda Tribute CX-5 to designate this as the SUV of entry, under the banner of Central and crossover CX-7 CX-9, but decided to keep the name of the tribute.
The Mazda Tribute is still driving the same platform, which originally debuted with 626 honor. The ceremony was the result of a joint venture with parent company Ford Mazda. The overall design of the SUV is always with the Ford Escape and Mercury Mariner upscale shared. The latest update of all three models are their common heritage is still evident, whereas in previous years, there was less similarity between the models. How to keep the past, the tribute to keep its stiffer suspension, the Mazda’s sporty image.
The reorganization also has the honor to be a completely new look exterior and a completely redesigned interior. Engines also replaced and upgraded. The Mazda Tribute continues to identify some of the lines of appointment “i” moniker Mazda6 “s” and that the engine under the hood. Perspectives Tribute offers owners have their choice between a 171-hp engine 2.5-liter 4-cylinder that comes with the models, called “i” and an “s” model comes with a 3.0-liter V-6 240 hp model. Most other vehicles in the small SUV segment similar engine options, 4-cylinder or V-6. Tribute The main competition comes from the Toyota RAV4, the Hyundai Tucson and Ford and Mercury, of course, half-brothers.
As with other models of the Mazda Tribute has three trim levels available. The basis of the “Sport” trim to trim the updated version of “Touring” and upon the “Grand Touring” trim available. The standard unit to lead the charge forward. The choice of electric drive on all wheels are available with all equipment lines. Standard safety features include six airbags, stability control and traction control and anti-lock brakes with brake force distribution. The Sport trim level includes alloy wheels, 16 inch, fog lamps, full power options and standard equipment.