2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Side Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Front End Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Front End Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Front End Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Front End Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Front End Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Side Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Side Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Side Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Three Quarter Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Rear End Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Rear End Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Side Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Front End Exterior
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2019 Subaru Three-Row SUV Front End Exterior
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Despite being a roomy, midsize crossover with seven seats living in a market that's mad for the genre, Subaru had a difficult time selling the Tribeca. Subie's largest automobile was one of the worst selling vehicles of 2012, which surely led to its death in 2014. The latest spy shots of Subaru's new three-row crossover reveals that the automaker is finally ready to replace the Tribeca.

Our photographers managed to capture photos of Subaru's upcoming three-row crossover testing with the Ford Explorer and Mazda CX-9. The heavily disguised model doesn't appear drastically different than the dead Tribeca, but thick cladding is hiding the majority of the vehicle's features.

From the front, the CUV looks to have similar triangular headlights as the old Tribeca, but have been given a sharper design. The front grille closely resembles the one found on the current Subaru Outback with three horizontal slats. The large air intake toward the bottom of the front fascia is also similar to the Outback's.

The overall profile of the 'ute indicates that the new crossover will be similarly sized to the now-dead Tribeca, current Explorer, and present-day CX-9. At the back, the crossover features square taillights that are comparable to the ones found on the Forester's LED units. The prototype's dual exhaust outlets hint toward Subaru's 3.6-liter six-cylinder Boxer engine. The new seven-seater is expected to utilize Subaru's new modular architecture that will underpin the majority of the automaker's lineup.

While the Tribeca was larger than its competitors, the previous model, as we pointed out in our review, had polarizing styling and a subpar interior that held the machine back. The Tribeca's replacement, which is expected to debut in 2018, should fix the previous car's issues with a rugged, sleeker exterior design and a more luxurious interior.

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