Customer Review Summary for Honda Accord CrossTour
2012 Honda Accord CrossTourStephen F - Kennesaw, GA11/25/2015
We were looking for a very functional car for my growing family, 4 kids 8 and under. This car has served us very well in that capacity. It is a mini-van missing the 3rd row. With the rear row laid down completely, there is quite a bit of room. My wife has already started to use it as her enclosed truck as far as transporting all of her things. We have the 4 cylinder engine and it is seems to be lacking in torque as it is slow off the line, but as a family vehicle and wagon, it is works fine. The biggest deterrent would be the blind spots on the car. Given the design of the hatch there are significant blind spots using the rear-view mirror. Honda compensated for this with larger side-view mirrors, but it takes some getting used to.
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2015 Honda Accord CrossTourJim Brownridge - San Marcos, CA08/18/2016
This vehicle is very comfortable, quiet, smooth riding and has great cargo space about 1 foot longer and 1 foot wider on each side, so 2 feet than the Ford Edge I previously drove. Gas mileage is good, about 28 mpg. As a previous Honda owner, I forgot how well built they are. I expect to keep this vehicle for many years.
awesome car would buy another in the future!!
2011 Honda Accord CrossTourDakota La - hurst, TX06/08/2015
The cons are having a moderate amount of blind spots in the rear view mirror and if you choose the 4wd the transmission set up is a little different but easy to get used to. The pros are it has good pick up and go no tire screeching, good handing, sound system, and very quiet cabin noise.
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