Intro: Subaru's Tribeca mid-size crossover SUV holds down the luxury end of Subaru's all wheel drive lineup.
The Tribeca features a smooth yet utilitarian design, with alloy wheels, roof rails and fog lights. The dual exhaust hints at the motivation underhood.
Performance: The Tribeca comes equipped with a 3.6-liter horizontally opposed flat-6 cylinder engine. It sends 256 horsepower through a 5-speed automatic to Subaru's road-gripping full time all wheel drive.
Fuel Economy: Fuel Economy for the Tribeca is as follows: (3.6L AWD: 16/21)
Features: The Tribeca offers a seven-passenger interior and simple access to
the rear seats. The split fold rear bench lies flat, revealing a firm platform for cargo.
Trims for the Tribeca are Premium, Limited, and Touring. Our Touring model featured leather seating with heated front seats, and a leather-wrapped multifunction steering wheel.
The standard stereo is a 100-watt 6-speaker unit with CD player, while the available Harmon/Kardon 385-watt stereo features a 6-disc in-dash changer.
Other options include Navigation screen with integrated backup camera and rear-seat DVD entertainment system.
Safety Features: Standard safety features include 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with brake assist, rollover sensor, and a full array of front and side-impact airbags.
Pricing: Base MSRP for the 2011 Subaru Tribeca is $30,495. A range-topping Touring model starts at $35,795
Warranty: The Tribeca is backed by a 5-year, 60,000-mile powertrain warranty.
Summary: With a bevy of features ranging from the tech savvy to the luxurious, the 2011 Subaru Tribeca is a competent premium crossover and the flagship of the Subaru lineup.