Subaru B9 Tribeca Review – Research New & Used Subaru B9 Tribeca Models | Edmunds

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The Subaru B9 was the first midsize SUV from a that traditionally just smaller station wagons elevated ground clearance. and taller than other the B9 was meant to be a viable alternative to Japanese crossover competitors as as other more upscale

Named for New York City’s and affluent TriBeCa neighborhood B9 was tacked on seemingly just for it also became Subaru’s U.S. vehicle to feature a new expression consisting of a stylized grille and rounded bodywork inspired by aircraft. It wasn’t however, which was made all the because it was underpowered and not as spacious as other three-row SUVs.

In an ultimately unsuccessful attempt to the ship around, Subaru more conservative styling for and ditched B9 in the process. The rechristened Tribeca is covered in a separate

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The Subaru B9 Tribeca was sold for and 2007, before it dropped the B9 its name. Attached to its standard system and five-speed automatic was a horizontally opposed (boxer) engine that produced 245 and 215 pound-feet. This modest didn’t do the relatively heavy B9 any bringing it from zero to 60 mph in a 9.6 seconds.

The B9 came in five- or seven-passenger with either base or trims. The base car included alloy wheels, a sunroof, front seats (eight-way four-way passenger), a tilt-only wheel, dual-zone automatic control, and a six-speaker sound with a CD player. An auxiliary jack was added for 2007. its seven-passenger configuration, the base B9 gained heated front and rear climate controls.

The got you leather upholstery and an upgraded system with a six-CD Options on the Limited included a system, a rearview camera and a seat entertainment system.

The Subaru B9 Tribeca‘s had a distinct look with a center stack painted It looked cool, but with its arranged buttons, it was definitely a of form over function. The abundance of hard plastic was a turn-off, although we liked the screen that displayed the control and audio information.

Many have found the B9 driving position awkward, was largely a result of the non-telescoping wheel. Legroom was sparse for passengers, and even those in the row might feel a little — a rear-facing infant barely fits. Fortunately, room with the seats was a bit more generous, with up to 74 feet available.

In general, we the Subaru B9 Tribeca to have too flaws to be recommended as a used SUV Power was improved with the Subaru Tribeca, but it, too, an also-ran as more impressive have arrived on the scene.

If you are looking for older years, our used Subaru B9 Tribeca

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