Subaru Canada has released pricing levels for its 2007 B9 Tribeca. And depending on your wish list, the MSRP range from $41,995 to $52,495 for the SUV-styled vehicle.
At the low end of the price range is the five-passenger model. The LTD version of the same model will have a sticker price of $45,195. Throw in a navigation system on the LTD and the price settles at $47,695. And if you still get lost but you’re driving the seven-passenger LTD with Navigation, you can get a DVD player to kill time. That ups the price tag to $52,495.
All B9 Tribecas feature all-wheel drive with a 245-horsepower, horizontally-opposed or boxer engine. With this engine, the corresponding pistons reach top dead centre simultaneously, thus balancing each other with respect to momentum.
Side curtain airbags for the first and second rows of seating are standard equipment, and a rollover sensor has been added.
The Subaru B9 Tribeca has been award Five Stars by the National Highway Safety Administration for front impact protection (driver and passenger) and side impact protection (front and rear).