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I'm italian. I buy in the 2007 december a new subaru tribeca MY '08 from USA. In the 2009 the transmission breaks due to problems at the electronic control unit of stability . The car is stop for a six month and the automatic transmission comes from USA (? 10.000); then the transmission has problems (bump fro transmission) and I buy a new electronic control unit of stability with new car key. Then in the 2010 the torque converter breaks: my motor mechanic is surprised! The car is stop for 4 month and the torque converter comes from USA. Then in the 2012 the car has a problem with the accelerator (is "miss" and makes bump) and my mechanic now make adjustments at the computer. My Tribeca is the last Subaru for me.Report it
Update on this comment. Subaru Canada have been unable or unwilling to fix the issues with this vehicle. The transmission slippage in 5th still there, front suspension knock still there. Local technicians powerless to fix, as Subaru refuses to accept that there is a problem. Three years of driving a car that is constantly jerking on slight climb at highway speeds for someone who drives highway 95% of the time is most annoying. Subaru Canada replied to my last letters advising me that they would not be doing anything further with the car and that the case was "closed"! Subaru Canada have been awful to deal with! Fortunately, the local Subaru dealer is also MB and BMW dealer and gave me a good deal on a new diesel BMW X5. Love it. Good riddance Subaru! Never another, nor ever a recommendation.Report it
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