We bought this Crosstour in 2013 with 34k miles on it. Found it at the Honda dealer by accident and immediately loved the feel of it. The cab literally embraces you. Had a very cozy feel. The acceleration, ride and comfort are what sold me on it. It looks cool too. There were so few of them on the road that we Crosstour drivers would sometimes wave at each other. I guess we felt a certain brotherhood about it. I often drove this car for 11 hours in a day and the seat is marvelous. This was our first AWD car and we'll never go back. Great on snow and ice. We even crossed a creek and climbed out a steep muddy bank with no trouble at all. The one big downside, especially for my wife is the visibility out the back and the blind spots. Had a few close calls changing lanes. A backup camera and blind spot warning technology would solve that. We usually got 28 mpg on the highway @ 79mph with the AC on. By the summer of 2018 we had 146k miles on it and the only repair ever needed on it was a leaking AC coolant line and a faulty tire pressure sensor. A super reliable car! Just traded it for a 2015 Acura RDX which is nice, but not nearly as cool. I'm kind of mourning the loss.
2011 Honda Accord Crosstour EX 4dr Hatchback (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Comfortable mid size suv, I regret that Honda discontinued this vehicle, the longer I own it the better I like it, get 22mpg city, 29 mpg highway. I've had zero problems in 30 months of ownership, I would definitely buy another!!!!!