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Subaru Tribeca

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2008-2014
2008 Redesign Year
Subaru Tribeca 2014
Model years 2008 and newer Tribeca (B9 was dropped from the name) have revised styling, with a less controversial-looking front grille, as well as a revised transmission and a more powerful 256-hp, 3.6-liter engine that runs on regular fuel. It gets the same 16 mpg as the less-powerful engine; this is the version you want. The cabin is nicely finished, but the third-row is tiny, even for children. A hidden release lets the second-row seats slide back, giving them needed legroom when the third row is unoccupied. Most controls are easy to use, but buttons can be hard to read and it is a long reach to the navigation system's touch-screen monitor. Look for one with the optional backup camera; the small back window impairs rear visibility. The Tribeca soldiered on without changes for a number of years. 2014 was its last year.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2014 $15,575 $12,570
2013 $13,750 $10,770
2012 $10,750 - $13,125 $7,890 - $10,140
2011 $9,450 - $11,750 $6,600 - $8,805
2010 $8,050 - $10,450 $5,275 - $7,550
2009 $7,400 - $7,975 $4,650 - $5,200
2008 $6,500 - $6,850 $3,800 - $4,125