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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