The Mazda Tribute’s rugged, traditional SUV queues have been improved and updated by blending a more sophisticated, higher quality look incorporating a new-look front face and wheel design.
Mazda Australia expects to sell about 250 Tributes a month with the V6 taking 60 per cent of sales, Luxury Pack V6 about 30 per cent, while the four-cylinder is expected to account for 10 per cent of sales. The Mazda Tribute is protected by a three year/unlimited kilometre warranty.
There are no significant changes to the Mazda Tribute for 2011. The 2011 Mazda Tribute is available in four trim levels of i Sport, i Touring, i Grand Touring, and s Grand Touring. All trim levels are available in either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The i Sport trim has the option of either a 5-speed manual transmission or 6-speed automatic transmission, while the rest of the trims are filled with the 6-speed automatic only....