We wandered through every dealership and drove just about every car in the same class and are thrilled with the choice. From Audi (awful) to Subaru - it was an easy decision. The car jumps through building traffic and has plenty of hp to separate itself. The styling has drawn lots of favorable comments every where we go. The car is green (tough color to find)with a tan leather interior and is absolutely beautiful against all other cars in the class. The exterior may raise eyebrows but we like it and it doesn't look like every other car on the road. Great interior appointments - lots of room (moving out of Sienna). A great car for families or anyone needing the space.
Performance is terrific. The styling in and out is great. Room for family and related gear. The color combination. Good mileage for performance trade off.
Trunk light. Remote trunk access. Fin for an antenna. Rear seat html and extra charger outlet.
While we don't often require a large trunk, the occasional purchases at Ikea, etc., made us appreciate the trunk capacity of our old Dodge Intrepid, especially when the rear seats were folded down. Looking for a new car, not an SUV, we were drawn to the Crosstour and have been pleased so far. We've already hauled a tall bookcase. The car is well-finished and comfortable, and the high driving position is a plus.
Levers in trunk that fold down the rear seats, hidden storage compartments underneath trunk floor, easily removable parcel shelf, usb jack.
Indicator lights on side view mirrors (cheaper Hondas already have them, so why not the top-of- the-line model?) Interior release button for tailgate. Addition of distance-until-empty when cycling through values shown on speedometer or center unit.
2010 Honda Accord Crosstour EX 4dr Hatchback (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
It is a nice family car. The driving seat and steering wheel is very comfortable.There is enough space in the backseat of the car. The backseat of the car folds up to get more space in the trunk. I really enjoy driving this car.
The car has a sunroof. It has 6 cd players.It is front wheel drive. It has a trunk cover.
I enjoy driving the car and have had no problems with it. Good reliability in all aspects. Drove it to the east coast the week after purchasing it and got wonderful mileage on toll roads. Driving the speed limit and with minimal traffic I got 26-27 mpg. Love the car.
Hatchback, I have owned 3 other hatchbacks and was glad Honda now makes one. XM radio and full electric driver seat is also nice. It is very versatile.
Have the hatchback open electronically and rear backing camera also a smaller bar across the hatchback.
My wife and I love to travel by car and take back roads a lot. We've had an 06 Jeep Commander that was great but used lots of gas. The Crosstour has 4WD, gets much better gas mileage, is more fun to drive and has MUCH more room for backseat passengers.
I love the styling. Every other car on the road is an SUV these days and its nice to have something different.
Back-up camera without getting factory GPS. The Jeep had factory GPS that was out of date the day we bought it. Chrysler wanted $200 bucks to update it. We bought a Garmin with lifetime updates. Trip computer with mpg.