We have the 2009 limited with 3rd row seat for about 2 years now and have put over about 20k on it. Though some don't care much about the exterior.... In my book it is a solid contender. The handling is a bit more sporty and the suspension is gonna be on the stiffer side but boy... This crossover/SUV handles. More like your European counterpart than your other Japanese brands. It is very reliabille and dependeble. It sits just right as far as the heights and ride much like a car. It feels solid and SAFE on the road especially with our little ones in the back. The e subaru legendary symmetry all wheel drive puts 40/60 split so you get that rear wheel drive feel. It handles all fairly well in all types of weather. The only "con" that I have is the MPG and the fuel tank is slightly smaller for a size of this beast. I get around avg 18mpg combine and about 200-220 per tank only. Otherwise.. You will enjoy this SUV for years to come.
Hope this helps.
2008 Subaru Tribeca
2008 Subaru Tribecasrblount - Chicago IL07/28/2011
This is a great road car for any conditions...solid and reliable. Although I have not taken it any great distance yet, I look forward to driving it out west, where conditions are more rugged than in the Midwest.
The only downside of this vehicle is the relatively low fuel economy...about 16 mph city and 21 country. But I'm not certain what else to expect for the higher performance of a six cylinder engine.
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