2014 SUBARU TRIBECA: Mild upgrades to the Subaru Tribeca for 2014 include a standard moonroof and new optional navigation and harman/kardon premium audio setup for models packaged with the rearseat entertainment system. Offered exclusively in Limited trim, the Subaru Tribeca crossover SUV includes standard leather seating, heated front seats and an auxiliary air conditioning unit with headliner-mounted vents in the second and third row seats. For 2014, the Tribeca comes with a brake override system that cuts engine power if both the accelerator and brake pedals are pressed under certain conditions. Tribeca seat seven passengers and comes equipped with a 3.6-liter six-cylinder horizontally opposed Boxer engine that produce a healthy 256 horsepower on regular-grade fuel. The engine muscle is channeled through a specially tuned five-speed automatic transmission for ample acceleration and merging power in everyday commutes. When properly outfitted, the Tribeca has a standard 2,000- and available 3,500-pound towing capacity. The Tribeca's twin cockpit interior design features a flowing, sculpted dash and center console design. Aluminum-look trim, electroluminescent dials and subtle ambient interior footwell lighting provide a sophisticated touch. The second-row seat has a tilt-and-slide control on both sides, while the standard 50/50 split fold-down third-row seat features integral headrests. With the middle and rear seats folded down, there is 74.4 cu. ft. of cargo room. The Tribeca provides a generous 8.4 inches of ground clearance and high seating point so desired in an SUV, with the comfortable step-in height of a sport wagon. A popular optional is the rear-vision camera with a 3.5-inch auto-dimming mirror display. CHICAGO AUTO SHOW FACT: Subaru began displaying four-wheel drive passenger cars nearly 40 years ago at the annual Windy City automobile extravaganzas, and their automatic full-time all-wheel drive vehicles since 1987.
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