The Subaru Tribeca is a midsize crossover SUV that seats seven. Its overall dimensions put it in the same class as the Toyota Highlander and Nissan Murano. It's nearly as big as a Ford Explorer, in other words. Properly equipped, the Tribeca can tow up to 3,500 pounds.
Tribeca is loaded with technology. It's equipped with a particularly good all-wheel-drive system, giving drivers the latest in all-weather safety and performance.
For 2010, a new, more luxurious Touring model is now at the top of the lineup. The lineup for 2010 has been simplified to three trim levels. The base model has been upgraded to Premium, and the Limited is the mid-level model. For 2010, all Tribeca seat seven; the five-seat variations have been discontinued. Tribeca was launched as a 2006 model. 2008 brought styling revisions, a larger engine and mechanical refinements.
We find the Tribeca a joy to drive, with a roomy, comfortable cabin that has an upscale feel. It's a practical vehicle with lots of nice features. The bigger engine has given the Tribeca the power it needed. Subaru is a leader in all-wheel-drive technology so the Tribeca boasts one of the best all-wheel-drive systems in its class, making Tribeca a superb choice for foul weather.
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