7. 2013 Subaru Tribeca
Up to $6,100
It isn't often we see a Subaru on this list, mainly because mostly the vehicles sell very well without incentives to move them out the door. The current seven-passenger Tribeca is the oldest model in the fleet, but that just means there won't be any bugs left by now. Every Tribeca uses a 3.6-litre 'flat' six-cylinder engine with 256 horsepower, five-speed automatic transmission and - of course - Subaru's excellent all-wheel drive system. Dual-zone climate control, power seats, a six-speaker audio system highlight the features, although you do have to move higher up in the model range to access Bluetooth hands-free and a built-in navigation system.
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- Yes, the quality of cars from the 1960s and '70s is the best
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