2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca reviewed

 News 2006 03 13 000473.1-Lg

As with other Subarus, chassis design and use of a horizontally-opposed ``boxer'' engine help keep the Tribeca's center of gravity low even with 8.4 inches of useful ground clearance. Its fully-independent suspension uses MacPherson struts in front and double wishbones in the rear, and is calibrated moderately firmly for good ride comfort with minimal body motion. With a 4,200-lb weight, it's no WRX, but it's no truck, either, and is stable and secure even in gusty winds and heavy rain. Credit the all-wheel drive traction of the VTD system for that.

Via The Auto Channel


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