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October 23, 2015

Honda Crosstour: The Coolest Honda You Don’t Know About

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Are you in the market for a new car but torn between the versatility of a crossover and the sleekness of a sedan? Let us introduce you to the Honda Crosstour. Straddling the line between the Honda Accord and a crossover vehicle, the Crosstour offers an impressive list of features—not to mention a great price tag.

Safety

Honda really made safety a top priority for the Crosstour. It comes equipped with several safety features, including driver and passenger front, side, and rear air bags, traction control, electronic stability control, a rollover sensor, and brake assist to give drivers and their passengers the peace of mind they deserve while on the road. Other safety features include Honda LaneWatch to help eliminate blind spots, forward collision warning, and lane departure warning. The Honda Crosstour is a top performer in numerous independent safety tests, including those done by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Performance

The four-cylinder engine is standard in the Honda Crosstour, but that doesn’t stop the car from delivering good acceleration. You can also opt for V6, allowing you to enjoy more power without losing too much of the Crosstour’s fuel efficiency, which, for the base model, means 22 city miles per gallon and 33 for highway miles. The V6 model gets 20 city miles per gallon and 30 highway miles per gallon.

Style and Options

When it comes to style, the Crosstour has an impressive and distinct look. The vehicle sits a little taller than the Honda Accord by approximately four inches, making it easy to climb in and out of. The interior has a high-quality finish and tons of space for passengers and drivers to move around. The driver’s seat can be adjusted with a 10-way power button. You can also enjoy features such as a moonroof, rearview camera, Honda LaneWatch, Bluetooth capabilities, leather seats and upholstery, an adjustable power passenger seat, dual auto climate control, and a push-button start function.

The Honda Crosstour takes the best parts of a sedan, a wagon, and an SUV and rolls them all into one great car. Its functionality and attractiveness make it a great crossover vehicle that will line up with anyone’s auto needs.

 

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