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The Honda Crosstour is essentially a tall wagon version of the previous-generation Accord sedan that features increased ride height and available all-wheel drive (AWD), a combination that delivers more utility and more all-weather capability. It's certainly more versatile than a regular Accord, but that tapering roof line means there's considerably less cargo space than there would be in a conventional wagon or SUV with its traditional boxy shape.
In other words, if you're drawn toward the composed ride and handling dynamics of an Accord sedan but want more cargo space and/or the option of all-wheel drive, then the Crosstour is worth considering. But unless the Crosstour's somewhat controversial design strikes a chord with you, there are more sensible crossovers out there.
Used Honda Crosstour Models
The Honda Crosstour debuted for the 2012 model year, though that essentially just signaled a name change for this model, as it was produced the previous two years under the Accord Crosstour moniker.
Regardless of the name, it differs slightly from today's vehicle. The four-cylinder was not always available, while the V6 produced 271 hp prior to 2013. Its transmission was also a five-speed unit and fuel economy ratings were slightly lower for both engines. These pre-'13 Crosstours looked a little different and had fewer features available.
If you are looking for newer years, visit our new Honda Crosstour page.