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“A new Touring model has a moonroof, navigation system and backup camera”
comes in Premium, Limited and new Touring trim lines”
auxiliary audio input jack, GPS navigation and rear-seat DVD entertainment system
Kelley Blue Book
The 2010 Subaru Tribeca is a little pricey, but it does come very well equipped.
In addition to its standard all-wheel drive and torquey six-cylinder engine, leather trim, heated front seats, a memory driver’s seat, a six-disc stereo, and rear air conditioning are all offered on the base Premium model.
Standard equipment on the 2010 Subaru Tribeca includes 18-inch alloys, dual-zone automatic climate control, power seats, cruise control, and "a CD/MP3 player with auxiliary input jack, a 7-inch LCD display screen and keyless entry," notes Edmunds.
The Limited trim adds, among other things, a moonroof, roof rails, leather, better speakers, an in-dash CD player, HomeLink, a 50/50 split third row, rear climate controls with air conditioning, and front seat heaters with memory for the driver seat.
Kelley Blue Book says notable options for the 2010 Subaru Tribeca in base trim include a choice of XM or Sirius Satellite Radio, reverse parking sensors, auto-dimming mirror, and remote start. For the Limited trim, options include GPS navigation, rearview camera, and a rear-seat DVD system.
Cars.com points out that the new Touring model gets many of these mentioned premium features as standard, including a moonroof, a navigation system, and a reverse camera.
The Tribeca pushes the price ceiling for Subaru, but the new top-of-the-line Touring model won't leave you wishing for much else.