Crossover

What's Happening with the Subaru Tribeca Replacement?

Time is money, after all.

If there was one Subaru model that wasn’t flying off dealer lots, it was the Tribeca. That three-row crossover just never really caught on from the get-go. Now that it’s been discontinued, Subaru is left without a model larger than the Forester. A mid-size three-row crossover is especially good to have these days. Just ask Toyota regarding its Highlander. So what’s the status of a potential Tribeca replacement?

According to a new report, the Japanese automaker is still "actively working on a next-generation three-row," and that it will be larger than the Tribeca. One of the Tribeca’s biggest drawbacks was that its third-row was especially small. One indicator as to what Subaru has in mind here is the Advanced Tourer Concept that was revealed back in 2011. Essentially an aggressive-looking large wagon, it was supposedly set to make production for 2013, but obviously that didn’t happen. A new Outback was launched, but that’s certainly no three-row crossover substitute. Whatever Subaru has planned, it’s keeping pretty quiet.

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