The car isn’t making so much wave as the company had expected before going into it’s production back in the 2011. The Honda crosstour is still a beautiful and elegant ride which is beautiful and cute to own.
with its beautiful design which makes it looks like an SUV rather a #wagon which it is, the Crosstour is still definitely a spectacular vehicle worthy to look at and purchase. Shnning bright on the road means alot and so the wagon does simply that.
I wouldn’t say Honda tried copying BMW X5 or X6. But the Honda company is a very unique company that own its own design. The design of the Crosstour seems like an hybridization of the Honda Accord series and the CRV combined which therefore makes the vehicle sits between the Crossover/SUV/hatchback. That’s a really unique design ain’t it. All credit to Honda. The Honda company claims the car is built with the lane monitoring system which help prevent accident to some extent.
The interior design focuses in the comfortability of the owner and the passengers. Sitting convincingly four, the car has the nice and wide enough cargo space for your luggage and the interior decorations made with leather are just spectacular. The infotainment system, the guage and gear are all well crafted with extraordinary designs and advanced tech.
Hondas generally are nice in terms of being considerate. They just won’t eat everything just like that. Though slowly. But really, Honda’s don’t do that. Just that the cost of maintenance at times might be quiet expensive because of some unnecessary fault which is usually developed by the ride but to some extent, the ride is good.
Honda had officially announced their plot to discontinue the production of the Honda Crosstour. This was as a result of its slow sales and another officially stated report was also to free up spaces for the CR-V production and Acura RDX models respectively. The official date for the discontinuity was August 31.
The price starts on the average of $29,670. This price ranges based on the transmission, design and model.