The Tribeca Premium SUV can be positively rated for its low noise rating, in comparison to other SUVs and particularly those from the Subaru stable.
The Tribeca Premium SUV has earned first class reviews for its road handling, largely attributed to its low center of gravity.
The Subaru Tribeca Premium SUV earns a lot of praise for fitting in seven passengers in comfort into a small space and is the only SUV crossover in the Subaru range capable of doing so.
According to objective reviews, the Subaru Tribeca Premium SUV is only capable of comfortably seating seven passengers, if no more than four of them are adults.
Fuel economy in the Tribeca Premium SUV has earned disappointing reviews, with reviews indicating that these high fuel consumption levels can be jointly attributed to the demands of the Tribeca Premium SUV's all-wheel drive as well as the vehicle's relatively considerable weight.
Complaints on uncomfortable seating, especially in the front of the Tribeca Premium SUV are beginning to filter through. Most reviews suggest that if Subaru had sprung for an extra layer of upholstery filling it would have been a wise investment.
Cargo space in the Series Three Subaru Tribeca Premium SUV is just short of 75 cubic feet, with the Mazda CX-9 providing one third more and the Toyota Highlander not far behind that,
Visibility problems for the Subaru Tribeca Premium SUV driver have also been reported in some reviews, due to the thick side pillars which could have been better placed.