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8.0
/ 10
On Features
BASE INVOICE
$28,635
BASE MSRP
$30,495
On Features
The Tribeca can get quite pricey for a Subaru, but the top-of-the-line Touring model won't leave you wishing for much else.
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The base Tribeca is confusingly called Premium
Car and Driver

buttons are difficult to read in daylight conditions, and the curved panel shape further hampers readability and operation
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The vertical vents in the middle of the dashboard can't be turned off individually, and the horizontal one atop the dash seems destined to be used as a spot for a coffee cup, leading to an inevitable spill into the ventilation system.
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The 2011 Subaru Tribeca comes with a great list of standard features. Whichever trim you choose in the lineup—Premium, Limited, or Touring—fog lights, 18-inch wheels, power driver and passenger seat, heated front seats, and third-row seating are standard equipment.

In addition to its standard all-wheel drive and torquey six-cylinder engine, leather trim, heated front seats, cruise control, a six-disc stereo, and rear air conditioning are all offered on the base Premium model. Keyless entry and a seven-inch LCD display screen are also included. The Limited trim adds, among other things, a moonroof, roof rails, leather, better speakers, an in-dash CD player, HomeLink, Bluetooth hands-free, a 50/50 split third row, and rear climate controls with air conditioning. There's also a sound-system upgrade, included with the Limited, bringing ten speakers, 385 watts, and XM satellite radio tuning.

A new Touring model joined the lineup last year; it features a moonroof, a navigation system, and a reversing camera all as standard.

Conclusion

The Tribeca can get quite pricey for a Subaru, but the top-of-the-line Touring model won't leave you wishing for much else.

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