Originally created for the American market, the Tribeca became the first crossover of the Japanese company Subaru. The premiere of the model took place in January 2005. Externally, the car has a modern design, as well as a large space in the cabin. The crossover is capable of accommodating five to seven people. Tribeca has a proprietary all-wheel drive, without which it is impossible to imagine a Subaru car. The solid appearance is combined with a swift profile, which is responsible for the strongly sloping A-pillar, the roofline sloping towards the rear of the car, as well as the short C-pillar and the far-extended rear spoiler lip. The side mirrors are equipped with direction indicators and are large in size,
The power circuits of the Japanese car are protected by fuses and relays. The elements are installed in blocks that are located in the engine compartment and in the passenger compartment. Considered diagrams Subaru Tribeca (B9) 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 release.