Subaru may have added some extra standard features to the 2010 Tribeca, but the price tag hasn’t grown accordingly.
In fact, the base 2010 Tribeca 3.6R Premium, which now comes standard with seven-passenger seating, stickers for $31,190 — $500 less than a similar 2009 model. Premium models come standard with a 265-hp, 3.6-liter flat-six engine, five-speed automatic, and all-wheel drive. Features like fog lamps, 18-inch wheels, and heated front seats are also part of a long list of standard equipment.
The Tribeca 3.6R Limited is the next step up, and includes a 10-speaker Harmon/Kardon audio system, XM satellite radio, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity, and leather seating. Pricing begins at $33,190 ($100 less than a comparable 2009 model), although opting for a power moonroof, navigation system, and a rear-seat video system remain can add up to $5500.
The new 2010 3.6R Touring is now the top-end Tribeca, and adds features like high-intensity discharge headlamps, a power moonroof, argent roofrails and skid plates, and a rear-view camera. Pricing begins at $35,785, although navigation and the rear-seat entertainment system remain optional equipment.