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Honda Crosstour Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Honda Crosstour. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Honda Crosstour.

OverviewHonda Crosstour

There was a time when you could buy Honda Accord hatchbacks and wagons. But since the 2010 model year, Honda has been offering the four-door, Accord-based Crosstour hatchback, which is sort of a blend of these two ideas with a few crossover SUV characteristics thrown in for good measure. Compared to the Accord sedan, the Crosstour boasts an additional 10 cubic feet of room for your belongings with the rear seats up. And thanks to its user-friendly hatchback design, accessing this cargo area is simple. Discovers the ins and outs on used Honda Crosstours, available now in Carvana's inventory.

NOTEWORTHY FEATURES

Roomy Cabin

The Honda Crosstour is a bit of an oddity, as it looks like a crossover in appearance, but performs much more like a sedan. One crossover quality the Crosstour does have is the presence of a roomy cabin area. The head and legroom in the front and rear seats is plenty suitable, and the seating is comfortable and supportive.

All-Wheel Drive Available

For folks living in areas where there's plenty of snowfall during the winter, the Crosstour offers all-wheel drive, which is available on the EX-L V6 version of this vehicle. With all-wheel drive, the Crosstour gets 22 mpg combined (19 mpg city/28 mpg highway).

Car-Like Handling

More than your typical compact or midsize crossover, the Crosstour provides handling that is truly car-like. In fact, it shares many of the same handling characteristics as the Accord, as it comes with notably precise steering. Furthermore, the Crosstour offers a quiet, comfortable ride thanks to Honda's noise-cancellation system.

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

Cargo Space

Compared to a sedan, the Crosstour is certainly more versatile. Yet, it does unfortunately share some of the same drawbacks as a sedan as it pertains to cargo capacity. With only 25.7 cubic feet of storage available behind the rear seats (51.3 cubic feet with the seats folded down), more traditional crossovers and SUVs are able offer much more in the way of storage space.

Braking

It's not that you're rolling the dice with your livelihood when you climb into a Crosstour, but it's worth noting that the braking system isn't as refined compared to other vehicles in its class. In Edmunds brake testing, a Crosstour V6 came to a stop from 60 mph in 129 feet; a longer than average distance for this segment.

Sedan Similarities

Modeled similarly after the Accord, the Crosstour inherits a few of the headaches that appear in its sedan relative. Of particular note is the center stack, which is chock-full of buttons and switches that make regulating the environment a bit of a pain. If you decide to opt for the navigation system, be aware that this only serves to add clutter the area.

Honda Crosstour Reviews

OVERALL RATING
4.8 OUT OF 5 (18 Reviews)