Customer Review Summary for 2010 Honda Accord CrossTour
Love the car
2010 Honda Accord CrossTourPaul - Tinley Park, IL01/08/2012
I purchased a 2010 Crosstour in June 2011 with 7800 miles on it. I have had no problems with the car at all. I have driven the car 15000 miles since getting the car. A drawback to the car's styling is the view out the back of the car. You have to get used to it, once acclimated to it, its fine. A minor annoyance is the lack of a interior light in the back. Raising the rear hatch with the cargo screen in place makes the rear cargo area too dark at night to find small items. Mileage has been between 24 and 27 mpg. Yes, I would make the decision to buy the car again and I plan to keep the car for at least 6 years.
This is my first Honda, I wanted a car that wasn't gas hog, had lots of room for family and looked good. I looked for several months and read all the reviews, I went looking one day and came across the crosstour, wow, not only is it a great looking car it has so much room. I'm so loving it, its drives like a dream and I get alot of comments on it. I'm so a Honda person from here on out.
I have had my crosstour for a couple of months. We just had 14� of snow and I was surprised how well this crossover handled it. A recent trip between Florida and Virginia averaged 27 MPG on the highway. I am still torn on the styling of the vehicle, but its versatility is certainly winning me over. Overall, for its ability in poor weather and good gas mileage, this seems to be a very good combination. No regrets in this purchase. Also, this vehicle appears to be Honda reliable. I see it lasting for many years to come.
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