While we're still waiting for our stint in the Tribeca (Subaru, are you listening?), this review from Forbes caught our eye. First, it's pretty objective, clearly stating where the Subaru's strengths and weaknesses are. Michael Frank of Forbes does an admirable job of comparing the Subaru to its competition. The second bit of the review that we like was that Michael stayed away from criticizing the finer points of the B9's exterior. We took the opportunity to examine the Tribeca from the outside, and it's not that bad in person. In fact, the new corporate face of Subaru works nicely on this space wagon. The rear end treatment could use some work, but the rest of the vehicle was designed rather well. While we could have looked at the interior in more depth, we decided to wait until we could get some serious seat time. It is better to get full exposure to give our readers a better impression of the interior accommodations. Frank does play the numbers game with the interior, but we'd prefer to present the interior photographically with extensive commentary on its comfort. Until that happens check out Michael Frank's review at the Read link.
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