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Tribeca Takes Design Award

June 20, 2006

Tribeca Takes Design Award

Subaru's B9 Tribeca has won an award in the United States for Best Interior in the Premium-Priced Crossover Utility Vehicle category.

B9 Tribeca was judged best by automotive industry representatives in the seventh annual automotive "Interior of the Year" awards. The awards are conducted annually by Wards Auto World magazine.

They were presented at the recent Auto Interiors Show in Detroit. It is the U.S. industry's leading vehicle interior trade show and conference, spotlighting the latest innovations in vehicle technology and design.

The New Zealand version of Tribeca is due to be launched here in the last quarter of 2006.

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