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4.7 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 6 reviews
2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 6 reviews
Subaru's first seven-passenger car enters its second year with some styling and suspension revisions, plus a few new safety features. The 2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca is an all-wheel drive crossover SUV that is four inches wider than the Outback, with a 3-inch longer wheelbase. This means that the standard two-row, five-passenger seating arrangement can be upgraded to three rows for seven passengers.
The 2007 B9 Tribeca moves with a 3.0-liter, 245-hp H6 engine and 5-speed automatic transmission. Changes this year include an improved suspension and the addition of a standard rollover sensor and Brake Assist, which strengthens braking power when needed. Optional rear parking sensors and remote start are new this year as well. On the outside, the airplane fuselage grille is made black. A Special Edition package this year gives the Tribeca a chrome grille, 18-inch alloy wheels, and standard XM radio. Otherwise, both the 5 and 7-passenger vehicles come standard with ABS brakes, traction control, six airbags, power features, memory settings for the driver's seat, a sunroof, heated seats, keyless entry, and an MP3 player. They are also pre-wired for XM. A Limited trim features leather seats and an optional navigation system and rearview camera.
The second row folds 40/20/40 and also moves back and forth to provide more legroom or cargo room as needed. The optional third row splits 50/50 and folds flat into the floor. Legroom is minimal, and this row is recommended only for small children. Owners of the 2007 B9 Tribeca love the AWD performance in bad weather and all the standard safety features. It received a 5-star front and side impact rating from the NHTSA. The SUV is also very comfortable and well laid out. Drawbacks include poor gas mileage, a bad navigation system, an underpowered V6 engine that is noisy when accelerating, and a clunky transmission.