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.
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