Subaru Tribeca Touring
From Subaru press: "Subaru is pleased to announce new product enhancements that continue to create value for the Tribeca product line," said Tom Doll, executive vice president and COO, Subaru of America, Inc. "Tribeca offers a better driving experience and is a vehicle that is not only safe and fun to drive, with its 6-cylinder boxer engine, but also represents a tremendous value in its segment."
The Tribeca is the largest model in the company's line-up, a line-up which has been completely refreshed within the last two years. The company has enjoyed sales success with its new 2010 Legacy and Outback models, was the only full-line manufacturer to post a sales increase in 2008 and continues to be one of the few to do so for 2009, posting an all-time sales record in August.
Connectivity and safety continue to be top of mind as well, with a new Bluetooth hands-free phone module added as standard equipment on Limited & Touring models. The backup camera is now offered as an option on non-navigation Limited & Touring models with a 3.5" display mounted on an auto-dimming rearview mirror.
The new top-of-the-line 2010 Tribeca 3.6R Touring model is equipped standard with all 3.6R Limited model features plus a monotone exterior paint treatment, 18" alloy wheels, silver front underguard and roof rails, HID low-beam headlights, power moonroof, auto-dimming mirror with integrated 3.5" backup camera display, and begins at $35,795. For 2010 model year the Touring model offers the following options: Navigation System for $2,200 and the combined Navigation and Rear Seat Entertainment System (RSES) for $4,000.