Used Subaru Tribeca Crossovers

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2014 Subaru Tribeca What's new for 2014? 
2014 Subaru Tribeca

The only change of note for the 2014 Subaru Tribeca is that the moonroof and small 3.5-inch rear-camera display that had previously been bundled into a package are now standard.

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2013 Subaru Tribeca What's new for 2013? 
2013 Subaru Tribeca

For 2013, the Subaru Tribeca is offered only in Limited trim, and a new brake override system is added this year. The system cuts engine power when both the brake and accelerator are depressed at the same time.

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2012 Subaru Tribeca What's new for 2012? 
2012 Subaru Tribeca

Other than a revised head-restraint design, the Subaru Tribeca sees no major changes for 2012.

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2011 Subaru Tribeca What's new for 2011? 
2011 Subaru Tribeca

The Subaru Tribeca sees no major changes for 2011.

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2010 Subaru Tribeca What's new for 2010? 
2010 Subaru Tribeca

For 2010, the five-passenger model is dropped from the lineup, while heated seats and a new rear air conditioning unit are made standard on all models. Limited and Touring trims receive a new 385-watt harman/kardon 10-speaker audio system, with Touring trims additionally receiving HID headlamps, a power moonroof, a rear backup camera and seven-spoke alloy wheels.

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2009 Subaru Tribeca What's new for 2009? 
2009 Subaru Tribeca

There are no major changes for the 2009 Subaru Tribeca.

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2008 Subaru Tribeca What's new for 2008? 
2008 Subaru Tribeca

The 2008 Subaru Tribeca receives a major front-end redesign, with a new grille and headlamp treatment, new front fenders and a new bumper. A larger 3.6-liter engine replaces the previous 3.0-liter unit, producing more horsepower without affecting fuel economy.

About Subaru Tribeca

For brand loyalists, perhaps the most important thing about the 2014 Subaru Tribeca is that it’s a Subaru. As the automaker's largest and most expensive vehicle, the 7-passenger Tribeca SUV offers families who have outgrown their Outback or Forester a way to move up. The Tribeca is notable for its standard 6-cylinder boxer engine and sophisticated all-wheel-drive (AWD) system, which enable this 3-row SUV to be a tenacious handler in slick and snowy conditions. However, the aging Tribeca trails rivals such as the Nissan Pathfinder, Chevrolet Traverse and Hyundai Santa Fe in technology, fuel economy and feature availability while still commanding a nearly $35,000 starting price.