2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca Values

A carry-over from 2006, theB9 Tribeca is Subaru’s largest SUV, offered in either base or limited edition in five or seven passenger configurations. Both models come with a 3.0-liter V6 that produces 245 horsepower mated to a five-speed automatic transmission.

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The B9 Tribeca was introduced in 2006 as Subaru's top-of-the line crossover vehicle, so it received only minor revisions for 2007. The suspension was retuned for a softer ride and a rollover sensor was added. A new port-installed Special Edition package includes a mesh grille, chrome wheels, and XM satellite radio. Other new port-installed options for 2007 include reverse-assist sensors, remote start, and a cargo cover.

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Unique styling; extensive standard features; standard all-wheel-drive.

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The Subaru B9 Tribeca is built on the Outback platform, and it is higher off the ground and larger inside than most other comparable crossovers. The Tribeca also offers a third-row seat--something many of its competitors don't offer. Add in all-wheel drive and lots of other standard features that are usually only seen as options in this segment, as well as a large cargo area, and it's clear Subaru was paying attention to what many crossovers lack.

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