Subaru Tribeca Models and Tribeca History

For 2008, the Tribeca got a larger 3.6-liter six-cylinder engine alongside a new five-speed transmission for more power and smoother shifting. Softer rear suspension also eased the drive. Easy release handles for the third-row made rear access better, while a restyled frontend was more attractive looking. Aside from the release of the Special Edition, no major changes were in store for 2009. Optional Bluetooth debuted in 2010, with several newer upper level trim levels. The Tribeca would coast through model years 2011-2012 unchanged. Trim level shuffling was the only notable update for 2013, with no major changes noted for 2014.

New and Used Tribeca Prices, Subaru Tribeca Model Years and History

A full-size crossover, the 2014 Subaru Tribeca combines Subaru's legendary all-weather performance with seating for seven.
No longer offered with premium and touring trim levels, the 2013 Subaru Tribeca is a full-size seven passenger crossover powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine that produces 256 hp and 247 lb-ft of torque.
A crossover vehicle equipped with all-wheel-drive, the 2012 Subaru Tribeca offers a rear seat entertainment system and seating for seven.
A full-size crossover, the 2011 Tribeca is the only Subaru to sport AWD and seven-passenger seating, making it a functional family crossover.
A mid-size SUV, the 2010 Subaru Tribeca comes standard with AWD and has seating for up to seven passengers in a well-equipped interior space.
A midsize crossover SUV, the 2009 Subaru Tribeca is available in five- or seven-passenger configurations and a choice of several trim levels.
A crossover SUV with seating for five or seven, the 2008 Subaru Tribeca has been redesigned on the outside and under the hood.