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comes in base and Limited trim lines, each available in five- or seven-passenger versions
auxiliary audio input jack, GPS navigation and rear-seat DVD entertainment system
Kelley Blue Book
Features are extensive in this Subaru; the 2008 Tribeca comes fairly well equipped, though at a high starting price.
In addition to Tribeca's standard safety features, all-wheel drive, and powertrain, other standard equipment on the Subaru 2008 Tribeca includes 18-inch alloys, dual-zone automatic climate control, "power front seats, full power accessories, cruise control, a CD/MP3 player with auxiliary input jack, a 7-inch LCD display screen and keyless entry," reports Edmunds.
Limited trim adds, among other things, a moonroof, roof rails, leather, better speakers, an in-dash CD player, HomeLink, and front seat heaters with memory for the driver seat. In seven-passenger models, it adds a 50/50 split third row and rear climate controls with air conditioning.
Kelley Blue Book says notable options for the Subaru 2008 Tribeca in base trim include XM or Sirius Satellite Radio, reverse assist sensors, auto-dimming mirror, and remote start. For the Limited trim, options include GPS navigation, rearview camera, and rear-seat DVD system (on seven-passenger models only).
While most buyers of base models will be satisfied, the fact that the DVD entertainment system and rear air conditioning are available only in the cramped seven-passenger version of the Subaru 2008 Tribeca may be a deal-breaker.