Subaru may finally be making progress with its anticipated new seven-seat SUV, a new report out of the US suggests.
Talk of a replacement for the now retired Tribeca SUV has been circulating for some time, and Subaru itself has confirmed plans for a new three-row model on a number of occasions.
Recent reports suggest the Japanese carmaker is still debating the new model’s styling path, but it seems another department is now seeking buyer feedback on its potential name.
According to enthuiast site Jalopnik, the screengrab below (click to view the full image) reveals one section of a multi-page survey recently sent to existing Subaru customers.
On this one page, we see six potential names, for which the participant is asked to offer a rating out of 10.
Among the names proposed are: Centauri, Cypress, Ascent, Meridian, Sojourn and Columbia.
Although this survey - if authentic - does not necessarily represent a finalised shortlist, we could soon see one of these names appear on the rump of a big new Subaru in the not-too-distant future.