Honda Crosstour Overview
With seating for five, a raised ride height, and optional AWD, the Crosstour wagon/SUV is based on the previous-generation Accord. We like the high seating position, the spacious cabin with its comfortable seats, and the smooth powertrain. The 3.5-liter V6 gets 21 mpg overall with the new six-speed automatic. However, the freshening also brought a convoluted control interface and electric power steering that's devoid of road feel. The styling impedes the view to the rear and hurts cargo space, handling is clumsy, and the turning circle is wide. All of this resulted in the Crosstour scoring too low to be recommended. A 2.4-liter four-cylinder is available on FWD versions.
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