How many miles does a Subaru b9 Tribeca last?

How many miles does a Subaru b9 Tribeca last?

While results will vary and the big variable is always how well the car has been maintained, what I can tell you is a Subaru is capable of going 300,000 miles. And if you are a regular maintenance type of owner you should expect to get that type of mileage out of it.

Does the 2012 Subaru Tribeca have Bluetooth?

Bluetooth is standard on the Limited and Touring trims, and a navigation package with rear-vision camera is optional. You can also get a rear-vision camera with its monitor built into the rear-view mirror (standard on the Tribeca Touring) when ordering the Limited’s moonroof package.

Is Subaru a reliable car?

The Subaru Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 14th out of 32 for all car brands. This rating is based on an average across 345 unique models. The average annual repair cost for a Subaru is $617, which means it has above average ownership costs.

What does reliability mean in car reviews?

Consumer Reports’ reliability ratings show how well vehicles have held up and the odds that an owner could be inconvenienced by problems and repairs.

What kind of car is the 2012 Subaru Tribeca?

The 2012 Subaru Tribeca has excellent all-weather handling and top-notch safety, though it’s fallen behind the curve in features and interior appointments. The Tribeca is Subaru’s mid-size crossover—a little larger than the automaker’s rugged Outback wagon, and as the name hints, a little more urbane in purpose.

What kind of gas mileage does a Subaru Tribeca get?

Performance from the flat-six engine is respectable, but it’s not up to par with some of the other strong V-6 crossovers in this class, like the Ford Edge. Gas mileage isn’t especially good for this class, with the Tribeca returning 16 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway.

How big is the third row in a Subaru Tribeca?

The cabin is nicely finished, but the third-row is tiny, even for children. A hidden release lets the second-row seats slide back, giving them needed legroom when the third row is unoccupied.