Subaru Tribeca

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The Subaru Tribeca is a mid-size crossover SUV sold by Japanese automaker Subaru. The Tribeca was first sold as a 2006 model, with five-seat and seven-seat trims. Built on the Subaru Legacy platform, the Tribeca was inspired by the B9X concept car and has now evolved into its second styling generation.

The name Tribeca derives from the TriBeCa neighborhood of New York City. It competes with similar-sized crossovers such as the Nissan Murano, Mitsubishi Endeavor, Hyundai Veracruz and Dodge Journey. The Tribeca is the only vehicle in this class that comes equipped with AWD as standard equipment, with a FWD or rear wheel drive platform not available.

The Tribeca was only Subaru’s second production vehicle to forgo frameless side windows, the first vehicle being the Subaru SVX.

The Tribeca is not sold in Japan, and it was introduced in Australia and New Zealand in late 2006, with an introduction to Germany in 2007.

The Tribeca won best interior of the year by Ward’s Auto, a benchmark agent similar to JD Power, but more subjective. Also, it was considered Most Innovative Concept at the 2004 Detroit Auto Show.

The Tribeca scored well on Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash tests. It earned a “Top Safety Pick” ranking.