The Crosstour is a great car. My first Honda was an '07 Civic Hybrid that was a great car, but at 70 it was not easy to get in and out. I saw the Crosstour at the Chicago Auto Show and was convinced. I just drove a thousand miles and got 27.6 mpg with great comfort. It reminded me of the BMW I once owned. No regrets from the purchase and I got a great deal although I had to wait 2 months for delivery.
The rear camera is a fantastic feature! Comfort, driving position, logical controls and a very well engineered vehicle.
I saw the Crosstour and fell in love with it. I have never owned a Honda and have spent a lot of time and energy trying to find a car/SUV that I really like. I would encourage others to buy a different car so I can be the only one driving this awesome car. I like the styling and the interior head/leg room. I am 5'9" and my husband is 6'3" and this is perfect. I can see myself driving this car and loving it for a long time. I think the look of the car and its performance are fantastic.
The handling is firm not wimpy. The blue tooth voice feature it great. The styling is classic and the ride is very comfortable. The XM radio is fabulous. I am looking forward to driving this winter.
Been shopping for over a year, comparing all models in this class. Also reviewed all the Edmunds, Consumer Reports, and Motor Trend Reviews to find a reason why I should not buy this car for my family of 5. I could not find one, other than the 'controversial' styling, which I love. Looks like an Accord on steroids! Love the ride too; responsive, plenty of room for my 3 adult sized children in the back seating, and the quietness of the interior w/Active Sound Control makes the stereo and the cabin much more pleasurable. I did not want an SUV or minivan like every other family. This has great utility and rides like a car. NO regrets!
Exterior and interior styling. Active sound control. Leather seating and blue light dash instrumentation. Stereo is crisp at any volume, covering all the low to high range sound.
Automatic rear hatch. More visibility out back (place rear spoiler/fin at top of rear window?)