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2013 Subaru Tribeca Features

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The 2013 Tribeca is carried over essentially unchanged from 2012, so there's nothing especially new or noteworthy in its feature set. There is one key difference, though: While last year there were Premium, Limited, and Touring trims offered, this year it's only offered in its mid-range Limited trim.

As such, fog lights, 18-inch wheels, power driver and passenger seats, and heated front seats are all standard, as well as Bluetooth hands-free connectivity for the stereo, a moonroof, leather upholstery, and roof rails. A 50/50 split third-row seat back and rear climate-control system are included, too. The optional 385-watt sound system comes with ten speakers and satellite radio tuning. A navigation system with reverse camera remains optional, too. 

A higher starting price compared to other mid-size crossovers makes the Tribeca a harder sell, but you do get a lot of features even in base guise.

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