The Subaru Tribeca crossover SUV enters the 2010 model year with significant upgrades and an enticing new model. Changes include a model realignment, color revisions, and available Bluetooth®1 and XM® Satellite Radio.2


Touring the Tribeca Way


Tribeca models have been realigned in order to simplify product choices. There are three Tribeca models – Premium, Limited, and Touring – and each of them has seven seating positions.


The new Tribeca Touring model has a sporty appearance. Highlights that differentiate it from Premium and Limited models include these standard features:

  • Monotone exterior paint
  • High Intensity Discharge (HID) headlights
  • Undercover for the front bumper
  • Silver roof rails
  • Power moonroof
  • 18-inch silver-painted alloy wheels
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror with backup camera and 3.5-inch LCD display


Colorful Choices


Exterior color selections for Tribeca have been revised for the 2010 model year. Additional colors include Azurite Blue Pearl, Sky Blue Metallic, Graphite Gray Metallic, Steel Silver Metallic, and Crystal Black Silica. Deep Bronze Metallic, Ruby Red Pearl, and Satin White Pearl remain from 2009. See these colors at


In addition, Tribeca exteriors receive a "Symmetrical AWD" badge located below the "Subaru" badge on the rear liftgate.




Sound Electronics


Interior highlights include dual-zone automatic climate control, available 385-watt 10-speaker harman/kardon®3 premium audio system, and available Navigation and DVD Entertainment Package.


The standard harman/kardon system in Tribeca Limited and Touring models consists of speakers in the upper and lower front doors, rear doors, and instrument panel; a seven-channel amplifier and equalizer; subwoofer; and digital signal processing.


Tribeca Limited and Touring models also offer the BlueConnect® Hands-Free Bluetooth phone capability and an XM Satellite Radio receiver and antenna.


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