Five years’ free servicing and warranty on Subaru B9 Tribeca
30 April 2007

Buy the visually challenging Tribeca B9 between 1 May and 31 July, and you'll get free servicing, warranty and roadside assistance for five years, plus zero per cent finance if you pay half the car's value as a deposit. With a starting price of £29,097 for the 3.0-litre, five-seat model, that means a minimum payment of £14,548.However, give it a few months and we reckon you'll be able to get the awkward-looking Subaru off-roader free with a box of cereal.The B9 hasn’t exactly zoomed out of showrooms since its launch in November 2006. Final proof of this arrived at the New York show in the shape of a much more understated facelifted Tribeca only five months after the original went on sale in the UK. The heavily altered looks of the 2008 Tribeca are testament to slow sales – a shame considering the high levels of competence lurking beneath its bulbous lines. This is your last chance to grab something that's sure to be as rare on the road as it will be off it, before the facelifted model goes on sale early in 2008.

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