Subaru Tribeca dimensions
Latest model: Subaru Tribeca SUV (2011)
Length: 191.5 (in) = 4865 (mm)
Width: 74 (in) = 1880 (mm)
Height: 67.7 (in) = 1720 (mm)
Compare Subaru Tribeca dimensions to: Volvo XC90, Subaru Outback, Nissan Murano
Subaru Tribeca details:
The 2011 Subaru Tribeca has a few things going for it in the form of all-weather capability and a distinctive dashboard, but in the end, other midsize crossover Suvs present better alternatives. Subaru Tribeca SUV offers the following pros: Stylish dashboard design; traditional all-wheel drive; admirable crash-test scores. Subaru Tribeca SUV drawbacks are: Cramped third-row seat; limited trunk capacity; helm doesn't telescope; indifferent driving dynamics; unimpressive fuel efficiency.
The 2011 Subaru Tribeca is a seven-passenger midsize crossover SUV that is provided in Luxury, Limited and Touring versions.
The Luxury trim starts with 18-inch alloy wheels, tri-zone automatic conditioning, a tilt (but not telescoping) helm, heated performance front seatings, full performance accessories, cruise control, a six-speaker CD/MP3 audio system with an optional input slot, a 7-inch screen display and keyless entry.
Stepping up to the Limited adds leather upholstery (vinyl for the third row), heated front seatings, driver-seat memory, Bluetooth, a 10-speaker Harman Kardon audio system with a Six-cd changer and radio and add-on dashboard ambient lighting for the control panel. The Touring will get you exclusive 18-inch wheels, a monotone look paint scheme, xenon headlamps, silver roof rails, a sunroof and a back-up camera with a small screen in the auto-dimming rearview mirror.
The Touring's roof rails, back-up camera and sunroof are available on the Limited as the Moonroof suite. Auxillary on both Limited (moonroof suite required) and Touring is a Navigation suite that contains a navigator, a back-up camera (with the camera screen migrating to the navigation screen) and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. These models are also eligible for a rear-seat DVD entertainment system.