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Old 04-27-2006, 06:56 PM   #1
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Any known problems with 2006 Tributes?

We are looking to buy a 2006 Tribute I-body with the 4-cylinder engine. Does anyone know of any known problems with these cars or are they relatively pretty reliable cars?
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Cool Re: Any known problems with 2006 Tributes?

Let's see...(i know it is an old post...butta to answer a hypothetic question)...

U hav a picture of Camaro and U wanna buy a four banger Tribute....Hmmm...
Is that enough power?...I have the V6-4X4 model....but it has nowhere the torque of my 4.0L Jeep Cherokee....

You need not to read far to find out how "reliable" this Ford product is.
(reliable=toyota)

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