Mazda Tribute

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MPG City: 18 - 23 ; Highway: 23 - 28

4.0 out of 5  3 consumer reviews

The Mazda Tribute, a sibling to the Mercury Mariner and Ford Escape, got a significant exterior and interior face-lift for 2008. For 2009, Mazda made a slew of mechanical changes designed to improve performance and efficiency, including new four-cylinder and V-6 engines. For 2011, Mazda says the Tribute carries over largely unchanged. Sport, Touring and Grand Touring trim levels are offered. A hybrid model is listed separately in the Cars.com Research section. The Tribute seats five, and its competitors include the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V and Chevrolet Equinox.

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2010 Mazda Tribute

Kelley Blue Book Retail $12,100
MPG City: 18 – 22 Highway: 23 – 28
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2009 Mazda Tribute

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MPG City: 17 – 22 Highway: 24 – 28

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2008 Mazda Tribute

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MPG City: 17 – 22 Highway: 22 – 28
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2006 Mazda Tribute

Kelley Blue Book Retail $5,600–$8,450
MPG City: 19 – 24 Highway: 23 – 29
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2005 Mazda Tribute

Kelley Blue Book Retail $5,000–$7,200
MPG City: 18 – 24 Highway: 22 – 29
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2004 Mazda Tribute

Kelley Blue Book Retail $4,750–$7,300
MPG City: 18 – 23 Highway: 23 – 28
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2003 Mazda Tribute

Kelley Blue Book Retail $4,100–$6,225
MPG City: 18 – 23 Highway: 23 – 28
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2002 Mazda Tribute

Kelley Blue Book Retail $4,125–$5,875
MPG City: 18 – 23 Highway: 24 – 28
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2001 Mazda Tribute

Kelley Blue Book Retail $2,950–$4,550
MPG City: 18 – 23 Highway: 24 – 28
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