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we tow this behind a motorhome . great for that
by nascar fan from hemet ca | September 6, 2011
i had a 2002 tribute which had a lot more interrior quality than the 2008 - already the drivers seat had to be replaced because of poor material which woreout at 34000 miles .
The Tribute Touring is much better than the older Models, Quite, Plenty off room... This is my First Hybrid.. So as far as that gose I can only compare to its Gas Brother... The Change from Electric motor to gas, is smooth ... The Pick up to get onto the feeway.. is just what you need to keep you out of Trouble... at 75 miles per hour the Tribute has some wind and road noise.. But nothing to complain about... Overall I am very happy with this car.. Go test drive one for your self... You will be very pleased.