Rear Seat Comfort - 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour Long-Term Road Test

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour Long-Term Road Test

2010 Honda Accord Crosstour: Rear Seat Comfort

August 09, 2010


Out of curiosity, I rode around in the back of our Crosstour this weekend while my wife drove us to a friend's barbeque. I was mostly interested finding out how the headroom was due to the hatchback body style. I'm 5-foot 10-inches and didn't have any problems, though perhaps those of editor Riswick size might. If you go by the specs, the Crosstour has 37.5 inches of rear headroom and includes a standard sunroof. With a sunroof, the Accord sedan has 37.2 inches of rear headroom, or 38.5 inches without a sunroof.

Just like the Accord, you get an impressive amount of legroom and shoulder room in the Crosstour. The seats don't recline, but there's suitable thigh support and nice armrests for both sides. Going for a long-distance trip while riding in the back wouldn't be any problem at all.

Brent Romans, Senior Automotive Editor @ 9,584 miles

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