Selasa, 29 Maret 2011

Subaru Tribeca

Subaru Tribeca This price range and class of vehicle means the Tribeca Limited we tested is up against some pretty stiff competition. Crossover style SUVs with third row seating have become commonplace, from domestics like the Ford Flex and Chevy Traverse (and Buick Enclave and GMC Acadia) to imports like the Toyota Highlander, Mazda CX-9 and Hyundai Veracruz. Subaru Tribeca And if you can live without third row seating (what, are you running a soccer team or something?), then all sorts of other interesting options emerge in this price range including the small put exceptionally sporty Infiniti EX35 and Acura RDX or more traditional midsize SUVs like the Nissan Pathfinder and Toyota 4Runner.

Subaru Tribeca There are two problems with third row seating, at least as it relates to the Tribeca. The first problem is third row legroom, or lack thereof. The second is a cramped second row, which is necessitated by the room required to jam a third row in the back of a midsize Subaru Tribeca SUV. The net result is an overcrowded area for backseat passengers in either row, unless of course you’re 10-years old or suffering from severe osteoporosis. We hauled a load of adults in the back for a relatively short road trip and the grumbles about legroom and were loud and clear.

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