Limited 5-Passenger w/Beige Interior 4dr All-wheel Drive
2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca

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$32,495
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EngineEngine 3.0LH-6
MPGMPG 18 City / 23 Hwy
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2007 B9 Tribeca Overview

TriBeCa is a trendy, upscale neighborhood between New York's Soho and Lower Manhattan districts.It isn't cheap real estate.Nor is the Subaru B9 Tribeca cheap transportation.Tribeca is a mid-size SUV with optional seating for seven.Its overall dimensions put it in the same class as the Toyota Highlander and Nissan Murano; it's nearly as big as a Ford Explorer.Properly equipped, the Tribeca can tow up to 3500 pounds.Tribeca is fully competitive in this class, especially given its lengthy list of standard features.

Subaru is becoming a premium brand.It isn't Mercedes-Benz or BMW, nor does it intend to be, but the technology underneath, the stuff you can't see, is cutting edge, giving drivers the latest in all-weather safety and performance.Last year, Tribeca earned the highest possible rating in NHTSA federal crash tests, with five stars in the frontal and side-impact tests for both the driver and front-seat passenger; and a four-star rating in the tests for rollover resistance.(No SUV to date has earned five stars in the rollover test.)

For 2007, Subaru has built more safety into every Tribeca, adding a rollover sensor that automatically activates the seatbelt pre-tensioners and deploys the standard side-curtain airbags.To help avoid accidents, Brake Assist joins Tribeca's extensive array of dynamic handling technology, which already included four-channel anti-lock brakes, Vehicle Dynamics Control and four-wheel traction control.An ultrasonic reverse-parking assist is now available on all models; and models with navigation now come with a backup camera.

Also for 2007, Tribeca's front and rear suspensions have been revised to deliver a smoother ride.All models are now pre-wired for XM Satellite Radio, and the auxiliary jack for connecting iPods and other MP3 units has been relocated to the center console.Top-of-the-line Limited models add a two-position memory sensor for the front seats.A new remote starter option allows the owner to start the vehicle from up to 800 feet away.A window-shade-type retractable rear cargo cover is now available as well.

In case you haven't noticed, all Subaru models are somewhat pricey, but we think they offer a lot of value in terms of technology, handling, foul-weather capability and dependability.And Tribeca is no exception.Extensive mileage in Northern California revealed the Tribeca to be a joy to drive, comfortable and practical.In short, we'd list it as a buy.It's comparable to the Highlander and Murano, and that's high praise indeed.
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2007 B9 Tribeca Overview

TriBeCa is a trendy, upscale neighborhood between New York's Soho and Lower Manhattan districts.It isn't cheap real estate.Nor is the Subaru B9 Tribeca cheap transportation.Tribeca is a mid-size SUV with optional seating for seven.Its overall dimensions put it in the same class as the Toyota Highlander and Nissan Murano; it's nearly as big as a Ford Explorer.Properly equipped, the Tribeca can tow up to 3500 pounds.Tribeca is fully competitive in this class, especially given its lengthy list of standard features.

Subaru is becoming a premium brand.It isn't Mercedes-Benz or BMW, nor does it intend to be, but the technology underneath, the stuff you can't see, is cutting edge, giving drivers the latest in all-weather safety and performance.Last year, Tribeca earned the highest possible rating in NHTSA federal crash tests, with five stars in the frontal and side-impact tests for both the driver and front-seat passenger; and a four-star rating in the tests for rollover resistance.(No SUV to date has earned five stars in the rollover test.)

For 2007, Subaru has built more safety into every Tribeca, adding a rollover sensor that automatically activates the seatbelt pre-tensioners and deploys the standard side-curtain airbags.To help avoid accidents, Brake Assist joins Tribeca's extensive array of dynamic handling technology, which already included four-channel anti-lock brakes, Vehicle Dynamics Control and four-wheel traction control.An ultrasonic reverse-parking assist is now available on all models; and models with navigation now come with a backup camera.

Also for 2007, Tribeca's front and rear suspensions have been revised to deliver a smoother ride.All models are now pre-wired for XM Satellite Radio, and the auxiliary jack for connecting iPods and other MP3 units has been relocated to the center console.Top-of-the-line Limited models add a two-position memory sensor for the front seats.A new remote starter option allows the owner to start the vehicle from up to 800 feet away.A window-shade-type retractable rear cargo cover is now available as well.

In case you haven't noticed, all Subaru models are somewhat pricey, but we think they offer a lot of value in terms of technology, handling, foul-weather capability and dependability.And Tribeca is no exception.Extensive mileage in Northern California revealed the Tribeca to be a joy to drive, comfortable and practical.In short, we'd list it as a buy.It's comparable to the Highlander and Murano, and that's high praise indeed.Hide Full Review