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2012 Subaru Tribeca

2012 Ford Edge

  2012 Subaru Tribeca 4-door 3.6R Limited Angular Front Exterior View 2012 Ford Edge
Invoice $28,727 $26,323
16/21 17/27
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Bottom Line The 2012 Subaru Tribeca has excellent all-weather handling and top-notch safety, though it's fallen behind the curve in features and interior appointments. Read Full Review The 2012 Ford Edge rises to the top of the five-seat crossover niche with forward-thinking technology and a gas-saving EcoBoost option. Read Full Review
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  • Top-notch safety
  • Handles like a car
  • Sliding second row
  • AWD and good ground clearance for snow


  • Dashboard design feels dated
  • Low fun factor
  • Subpar fuel economy
  • Tight legroom in front
  • Very small third row


  • EcoBoost has V-6 strength, 30-mpg rating
  • MyFord Touch feels like an iPhone
  • Back seat is spacious for adults
  • V-6 accelerates strongly
  • Lots of available luxury features


  • MyFord Touch requires learning, patience
  • Jerky throttle response
  • Pricey in Limited and Sport trim
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