Ride & Handling

The Tribeca has a four-wheel independent suspension with front and rear stabilizer bars. While the crossover's body roll is fairly noticeable when cornering, the other side of the coin is a comfy, smooth ride that was appreciated during a drive from Chicago to Windsor, Ontario, and back. There's a concrete portion of Interstate 94 along this route that has a tendency to make a vehicle's suspension oscillate up and down annoyingly, but the Tribeca resisted this tendency admirably.

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    4-door models
    1. Lower the head restraints. 2. Unlock the seatback by pulling the release strap and then fold the seatback down. To return the seatback to its original position, raise the seatback until it lock ...

    Rear gate (5-door)
    The rear gate can be locked and unlocked using any of the following systems. Power door locking switch: Refer to Power door locking switches. Remote keyless entry system: Refer to Remote ke ...

    Vehicle Dynamics Control warning light (yellow)
    The Vehicle Dynamics Control system provides its ABS control through the electrical circuit of the ABS system. Accordingly, if the ABS is inoperative, the Vehicle Dynamics Control system becomes u ...