2010 Honda Accord Crosstour Long-Term Road Test


2010 Honda Accord Crosstour: Interior Build Quality Doesn't Impress Me

March 24, 2010

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I went to put something in our Honda Accord Crosstour's glove box today and noticed that it's out of alignment, with the door not fitting as tight as it should on the right side. Curious, I went poking around the rest of the cabin to see if anything else was amiss.

On our Crosstour, I also noticed a warped plastic piece on the front passenger door's window switch area, an instrument panel-to-door gap that's noticeably bigger on the driver side than the passenger side, and a slight gap where the upper and lower instrument panel pieces meet next to the gauge cluster (there's no gap in other similar places). None of these go beyond being minor interior fitment issues, but my personal take on Honda's reputation for high interior quality has dropped a bit more.

The thumbnails below are enlargable, of course.

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Brent Romans, Senior Automotive Editor

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