Since 2000, I've bought for my family Lexus GS-400, RX-300, Acura MDX, TL, 2 TSX, BMW X3, 2 Honda Accord, and 2 Toyota RAV-4. After a test drive, it became clear right away that Crosstour is refined, composed, quiet, and has plenty of space for us.
The shape is modern and the diamond-white pearl color dresses it like a crouching rabbit ready to take off.
My family mentioned that it rides like the Lincoln Towncar we used regularly for our airport service. My wife is now actually anxious to take a long road trip with it!
By the way, the BMW 535ix GT has exactly the same dimensions except lower and $30K more. This car is an excellent combination of performance, space, refinement & value.
Built-in audio control for iPod, iPhone, and cheap USB stick.
Voice-activated outgoing phone calls.
Noise-cancelling cabin quietness. Unusual and aggressive shape.
Security of AWD.
Spacious back seats.
ECO indicator of cylinder deactivation encourages smooth navigation for better MPG.
Tons of organized out-of-sight under-floor storage in the back.
Rear visibility takes some getting used to when backing up.
Remote hatch release.
Audible feedback for remote door open/close.
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