In relation to other crossovers, the Tribeca Limited SUV is really quiet on the road, especially when compared to SUVs from the Subaru stable.
An almost unanimous agreement found in reviews is that road handling in the Tribeca is first class, largely due to its low center of gravity.
The Tribeca Limited is the only SUV crossover in the Subaru range and one of the few SUVs in general that is capable of accommodating seven passengers.
According to objective reviews, the Subaru Tribeca Limited SUV is only capable of comfortably sitting seven people, if up to four of them are adults.
Fuel economy in the Tribeca Limited SUV leaves quite a bit to be desired. Reviews point out that these disappointing levels can be put down to the Tribeca's weight and demands of its all-wheel drive.
An extra layer of upholstery filling in the seat and backs of the driver and passenger seats in the Tribeca Limited SUV would have made a positive difference.
Cargo space in the Series Three Subaru Tribeca Limited SUV is lower at 74.4 cubic feet than many of its competitors in the category, with the Mazda CX-9 providing more than one hundred cubic feet and the Toyota Highlander slightly less, but still more than twenty cubes more than the Tribeca.
The Tribeca Limited SUV's thick side pillars has a slight but bothersome effect on the driver's forward visibility.