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2010 Subaru Tribeca

2010 Subaru Tribeca Review

(3 Stars)  Stylish, but not the class leader

Reviewed by Automobile Magazine on

Launched in 2006 and taking its name from a artsy New York neighborhood, the original Tribeca was a bit too over the top for its own good and by 2008 they had completely redesigned it completely. Now the Tribeca remains as a 7 passenger vehicle, slightly smaller than the typical midsize crossover. Even the poor visibility of the original was improved by redesigning the rear end. Its interior remains very avant-garde and is mixed by reviewers who either love it or hate it.

Unfortunately, the third seat is too small for even a average child to enjoy, the lack of an adjustable steering column also makes this vehicle unusable by taller drivers. The Tribeca also bucks the trend of the better than average handling of other Subaru models. Its handling is less than impressive. So Subaru is left with a crossover who has watered down its styling so it won't' appear to that niche, nor does it really appeal as a mainstream vehicle either.

Perhaps the best thing about the Tribeca is the inclusion of Subaru's 256 HP 3.6 liter six cylinder engine. This is shifted by a five speed automatic transmission.

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