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Used Subaru Tribeca 3.6R Limited for Sale

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Reviews for Subaru Tribeca

Overall Rating

4.4 out of 5(21 reviews)

Stable vehicle

Drives through just about anything. Stable, fair pickup, Heavy crossover that I average 20 MPG per tank. Safe for my young drivers.

- Carl, 2008 Subaru Tribeca

Tribeca is Great

My wife and I just had a baby so we needed something with more room than our two door VW. The Tribeca has proven to be a great fit for us. Over all the Tribeca is a very comfortable and nice handling SUV. The dash is nicely appointed and everything is placed logically. The 3.6 engine has plenty of power and the handling is tight. The only two downsides would have to be that the third row seating is very small and I can't see us ever using it, and the gas mileage is not very good. The pros far out-way the cons for us, and I hope that this vehicle will last us for years to come as we have had wonderful experiences with other Subaru's in the past.

- TSIMP, 2011 Subaru Tribeca

Tribeca Loves/Hates

This is my first Subaru and overall I'm very happy with it! So I will only address the few concerns I think Subaru should tweek! 1st unbeknownst to me Subaru's are known not to have really good Navigation systems, So my question is: If you're going to charge a considerably large amount for this option and it has "known" issues, Why not FIX IT? If I was aware of this prior to shopping for my "perfect" tribeca, the process would have been alot quicker & cheaper! My advice to the future subaru owner: If you want a GPS, buy a portable one. Which are allot cheaper, and allot more accurate than my navigation unit! My 2nd and last concern is the leg room in the 3rd row is basically a JOKE! Unless you're a 3 ft. child, your legs will not FIT in the 3rd row. Plus, moving the 2nd row seats up is a trick in itself. So, even though I think it was a nice option ... it wasn't well designed. Thankfully, it's just me and my husband so we just keep the 3rd row layed down and use the extra cargo space. My advice: if you're going to need the 3rd row daily; buy a van. I hope this was helpful to the future shopper... These were things I would have liked to known about prior. That being said.. I would still buy a Tribeca, just a 5 seater, and no Nav. system.

- FirstTimeSubaruOwner, 2008 Subaru Tribeca

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