Far too many touches and clicks are required to get where you want to go, on satellite radio. Built on the Accord platform, it has good power with the four-cylinder and 5-speed automatic; excellent with the V6 and 6-speed. Most test drivers think the Crosstour has a very comfortable, quiet ride on the highway. A black spoiler contains the horizontal brake lights, but it's lost in the tinted privacy glass. At first glance, the Crosstour's shape promises increased utility over its three-box Accord sedan relative. I traded in my Accord sedan and was going to buy another accord.
Summary The Honda Crosstour is a niche-of-one vehicle. True, the design is a matter of personal taste and it is unique, but I consider that a plus, not a minus. If you look past the fastback sedan styling, the Crosstour might compete with the Toyota Venza, with stats and prices that are very close. However, the 2013 Crosstour received extensive updates to the styling and interior that mimicked the new Accord. The styling is very edgy, not only do I love the stand apart from the crowd design but the positive comments from people really ice the cake. And so much of it is standard. You'll feel the lack of upshifting right away, as if you forgot to release the emergency brake.
This is a competent, somewhat large car, with acceptable road manners. Thankfully, the rear seats fold opening up the cabin for more cargo and a large storage area, large enough for bigger electronics or a briefcase, exists under the cargo floor. I think the styling is cool and unlike anything else on the road. We do know that the other 99 percent of the time, the suspension is beautifully firm. The recall begn January 30, 2015.
The five-seat Honda Crosstour is like a cross between Cinderella and her ugly stepsisters. Many reviewers say the 2014 Honda Crosstour has nimble handling and a pleasant overall driving experience compared to other cars in its class. Make the most of your secure shopping experience by creating an account. It's been left behind by the Accord, which began a new generation for the 2013 model year, while the Crosstour continues to ride on the old Accord's platform, which dates back to 2008. Our team has 75 years of automotive industry experience. Do not compare to models before 2008.
Outfitted with anti-lock brakes, side curtain airbags, front airbags, front seat head restraints, a rearview camera and a blind spot camera, the Crosstour is secure and dedicated to safety. Driving Impressions As good as the seats were, they didn't protect us from a sharp jab on some bumps, at both high and low speed. It's been left behind by the Accord, which began a new generation for the 2013 model year, while the Crosstour continues to ride on the old Accord's platform, which dates back to 2008. You adjust your driving style and move on. What we liked second-least was the complicated radio tuning. It has a much simpler interface with greater functionality. Interior Features The Honda Crosstour has a nice cabin.
The Accord also has nimbler handling and better four-cylinder fuel economy than the Crosstour. The hips appear huge, like no midsize car we know. On long stretches of open road, the Crosstour possesses the same light and agile driving dynamics as its sedan-equivalent. Rear-seat legroom is average for a midsize car, with 37. In stop-and-go 20-mph traffic, unless you leave a big gap between you and the car in front, the collision warning will go off.
In Nighthawk Black, the car is just sexy, even the grizzly bear rump. The recall is expected to begin November 13, 2018. Crosstour has a high butt, big but not fat. The V-6 also incorporates fuel-saving cylinder-deactivation technology which improves efficiency. However, some occupants find the front seats uncomfortable, and the cargo area isn't as large as some competitors.
Significant available features include 18-inch wheels, a navigation system, dual-zone automatic air conditioning, leather upholstery and heated seats. It's as much about style as cargo. Standard safety features include antilock brakes, electronic stability system, active front-seat head restraints, and six airbags. It gets great mileage, has a smooth ride, plenty of cargo space and sits at just the right height for easy entry and exit. We enjoy the Crosstour's elevated ride height and surprisingly quiet interior for a Honda.
Please contact us with any questions. I handles snow and ice with ease. These vehicles are equipped with certain air bag air bag inflators assembled as part of the frontal air bag modules, and used as original equipment or replacement equipment such as after a vehicle crash necessitating replacement of the original air bags , may explode due to propellant degradation occurring after long-term exposure to higher absolute humidity, temperature and temperature cycling. On a two-lane road with curves, it's impossible to keep it from repeatedly warning you that you're about to run off the road. We looked and test drove higher end sedans from other companies, but for much less money, this car has all the features and pep you want and more.
The cargo area offers 25. Rear-seat headrests have been tweaked to improve this, but it's still bad, because of the roofline and the obstructive horizontal bar at the deck. Despite a standard backup camera, rear visibility is difficult at best. Recall Date 2014-12-15 Description American Honda Motor Co. Chrome accents further enhance the Crosstour's appeal and provide a dash of flair in all the right places. The V-6 achieves ratings of 20 mpg city and 29 mph highway. A relative to the Honda Accord, the Crosstour has stepped out of its sister's shadow and is now a respectable crossover among its peers.