Subaru's 2010 Tribeca may have received some additional standard features however, the price tag is raised only slightly. The base 2010 Tribeca 3.6R Premium, which now comes standard with seven-passenger seating, sells for $31,190, or only $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. Included in the list of standard equipments are features such as fog lamps, 18-inch wheels, and heated front seats.
A next step up would be the Tribeca 3.6R Limited that includes a 10-speaker Harmon/Kardon audio system, XM satellite radio, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity, and leather seating.
Pricing starts at $33,190 ($100 less than a comparable 2009 model).
If you decide to get a power moonroof, navigation system, and a rear-seat video system, expect to have to pay an additional $5500.
The new 2010 3.6R Touring is the equivalent of the top-end Tribeca. It adds features like high-intensity discharge headlamps, a power moonroof, argent roofrails and skid plates, and a rear-view camera. Pricing starts at $35,785, although navigation and the rear-seat entertainment system remain optional equipment.