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FEATURES | 8 out of 10
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.
buttons are difficult to read in daylight conditions, and the curved panel shape further hampers readability and operation
The 2014 Subaru Tribeca carries forward with a feature set that hasn't changed much in years. Last year, the lineup was trimmed down, with base Premium and top Touring models dropped in favor of a single Tribeca Limited trim.
With this model, you get fog lights, 18-inch wheels, power driver and passenger seats, and heated front seats all standard. You'll also get Bluetooth hands-free connectivity for the stereo, a moonroof, leather upholstery, 50/50-split third-row seats, rear climate control, and roof rails.
Options are limited, although you'll pay extra if you want the navigation system and reverse camera; a 385-watt sound system, another option, adds ten speakers and satellite radio.
The Tribeca isn't priced all that competitivel, although its one remaining trim level includes a lot of standard features.