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Honda Crosstour

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2012 Redesign Year
Honda Crosstour 2015
Introduced as the Accord Crosstour, the name was changed to just Crosstour in 2012. It is a four-door hatchback, based on the Accord sedan, with a raised ride height and either front or all-wheel drive. It combines the appearance and versatility of a wagon or hatchback without looking like an SUV. The Crosstour has a roomy interior with a wider cabin than the Accord, and benefits from the added versatility of the rear hatch - but visibility is compromised. Thankfully a rear camera became standard with the 2012 update, which also simplified the model lineup. The smooth and refined 3.5 liter V6 returned 21 mpg overall in our tests. A four-cylinder engine is standard on front-wheel-drive versions. The ride is supple and composed, but the handling becomes SUV-like as it approaches its limits. Starting in 2013, top-trim EX-L V6 AWD versions have standard forward collision warning.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2015 $14,875 - $19,675 $12,440 - $18,190
2014 $12,725 - $17,350 $10,255 - $15,405
2013 $10,350 - $15,700 $7,900 - $13,100
2012 $8,425 - $13,275 $6,020 - $10,720