Honda sold just 742 Crosstours in March, a drop of 27 percent compared to March 2014.
The Crosstour, essentially a tall wagon based on the Honda Accord, blends the elements of a crossover with the appearance and driving dynamics of a car.
"The Crosstour, introduced in 2010, served a positive role in helping the Honda brand target crossover buyers," said John Mendel, American Honda Motor Co. executive vice president, in a statement on Wednesday. "However, the crossover segment has evolved and we believe the all-new 2016 Honda HR-V launching later this spring will create new value for crossover shoppers and play a more significant role as a gateway model for the Honda brand to drive light truck sales growth."
The Crosstour is on sale now at Honda dealers.
Edmunds says: If the Honda Crosstour is on your shopping list, it's a good idea to see your dealer now.