2008 Mazda Tribute I Sport Utility 2wd 4cyl 111k Miles Needs Reconditioning on 2040-cars
Circleville, Ohio, United States
LOW COST CARS
20219 US HIGHWAY 23 NORTH
CIRCLEVILLE, OHIO 43113
2008 Mazda Tribute I Sport FWD
4 Cylinder Engine. Automatic Transmission
N.A.D.A says it's worth: $ 8,525 Suggested Retail Value
Kelley Blue Book Consumer Reviews Rates this vehicle: 7.9 out of 10 stars based on 98 Consumer Reviews
One Owner Truck! Please be aware this truck is sold 100% as is. There will be no returns, refunds, or exchanges. PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION! ASK QUESTIONS! This truck was driven 48 miles into us. It has been driven about 300 miles prior to posting. Can be driven back to your location, and may possibly be drivable for long periods of time with no investment. This truck runs flawless. Smooth and Quiet. No running issues whatsoever. Drives smooth and straight on the road. The issue it has is that it slips during takeoff.
I have driven it personally and here is what I have learned.
- Truck drives perfectly for about 30 minutes when cold.
- Seems to slip only at takeoff when accelerating 60% throttle or more.
- Seems to only slip when gear selector is put into the D position.
- Seems to NOT slip when gear selector is put in 1 or 2, and shifted manually into D.
- Truck always shifts into each gear.
From my experience and research, this is a common problem, and is most commonly 1 of 2 things:
- "Shift Pack" Transmission Solenoids.
- Torque Converter Failure.
This is in no way a promise, or a guarantee that either of those fix the issue. Only sharing my experience.
This is an excellent driver, with plenty of value. This truck will sell well under value, with plenty of money to even re-sale yourself. Minimal investment makes this an easy $7,500+ Truck.
100% AS IS. NO WARRANTIES, NO REFUNDS, NO EXCHANGES.
This truck is available to be test driven anytime between 10am-6pm Mon-Sat at our Circleville, Ohio Location. Please contact us to arrange a time.
We do not ship vehicles ourselves, yet we will happily refer you to local shippers in our area that would happily ship the vehicle for you.
Ohio Customers will pay sales tax based on their county. Out of state customers will need to sign an exemption form and will not need to pay tax.
Please ask any questions you may have!
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Mazda Tribute for Sale
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Tue, 18 Nov 2014 23:00:00 EST
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