2014 Honda Crosstour

Up to 19 MPG city / 28 MPG hwy
$27,380 - $37,240

The Crosstour may be the poster boy for a vehicle that serves as everything for someone, rather than something for everyone. After getting past the love it or vomit styling it's hard to find fault with the Sport Utility Wagon's usability. Having dropped the Accord prefix from its name back for the 2012 Model Year, the mid-size crossover retains the car like drivability of its older, slimmer sibling. New tricks like keyless Smart Entry with Push Button start also make their debut in 2013, alongside the traditional Accord Sedan. What separates Crosstour from traditional sedan-hood is the generous 51.3 cubic-feet of cargo space available once the easy fold-down 60/40 split rear seatbacks have been dropped. If that's not enough, the removable, water-resistant utility box stashed under the reversible carpeted floor panels offers additional space for utility supplies, or even an easy clean-up cooler for a tailgate party. Honda has also introduced its 278 Horsepower, Earth Dreams 3.5-liter V6 to the Crosstour, which cleverly switches between running on 3 or 6 cylinders depending on speed and engine load, netting a 2 mpg increase that brings V6 powered 2WD models to 23 combined mpg. For those happy with the 192 Horsepower, 25-combined mpg from the 4-cylinder models, you can also take advantage of the $525 lower starting MSRP. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Seats, very comfortable driver's seat Steering wheel design - i liked my pilot steering wheel better.
Handling, especially in adverse conditions, like velcro Difficulty seeing out of the back when backing up
Really comfortable ride - quiet & smooth drive Gas mileage - a little less than i'd like.
Comfortable - feels good to be in the car Rear window view - difficult to see out.
Handling- did great in the snow & brakes are super Engine should come with six speed automatic transmission and be more efficient
Handling - handles like a car and an suv I don't like front cupholders: too close together for 2 beverages
Dashboard - awesome look, makes the car look hi-tech Arm rest for driver's right arm should have adjustment for height
I love all the room the back has. Want better handling around curves, but don't want to sacrifice smooth ride
Comfortable quiet hifghway ride; plenty of power. Rear view visibility - hatchback obstructs line of sight
Hatchback functionality and cargo space Hesitation and delay while changing gear