There are many crossovers on the market that make better use of interior space than the 2013 Tribeca, although for a model that's at the small end of mid-size it's roomy enough for growing families and has a footprint that's pretty easy to park.
Third-row occupants will need to haggle for space, as the second-row bench slides fore and aft a total of eight inches (and adjusts for rake). If no one's all that tall, you can fit up to seven. Front seats are comfortable and supportive, but the slow curves of the instrument panel cut into knee space.
Ride quality is good—as well as top 3.6R versions of the Outback—although interior materials and trims are no longer a standout in any way.