I purchased my Crosstour last week and I guess I should say "we" got it since my husband has driven it more than I have. I was driving a 2001 Toyota Rav which I loved for the practicality and gas mileage but hated the lack of luxury. I had been set on getting the Infinity EX but after driving the Crosstour and seeing all the features with the EXL model I was sold. The only thing we liked more on the EX was the clock. The backseats in the Crosstour offer so much more space and comfort. The cargo area has the cool storage underneath, where the spare tire is on the EX. This car is very luxurious without the price.
Blue tooth, voice temperature control and other commands, excellent navigation system, XM Radio, leather heated seats with lumbar support, passenger legroom, fold down seats with a flip of a switch, handle to pull the hatchback down.
Trigger on handle to pull so seats come back up and more wood in the interior.
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